Disk Recovery Wizard 4.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 28 de febrero de 2015
Disk Recovery Wizard es una aplicación efectiva que se puede utilizar para recuperar datos de un disco duro saludable. Además, se puede utilizar para recuperar información de volúmenes dañados, reparticionados e ilegibles. Se trata de un software fácil de utilizar que cualquier persona puede simplemente correr y recuperar los datos borrados en un corto período de tiempo.
Soporta recuperación FAT, NTFS, ext2 y ext3, Disk Recovery Wizard puede extraer rápidamente la información de los volúmenes existentes o bien escanear todo el disco duro con el fin de localizar los archivos recuperables mediante el análisis de los bloques de datos en modo RAW. Live Preview soporta +320 formatos y trabaja en versiones completas y gratuitas. Arrays RAID y discos dinámicos son compatibles junto con dongles de USB exóticas y dispositivos de estado sólido.
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Windows XP/ 2000/ 2003/ 2008/ Vista/ 7
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Installed and registered without problems on a Win 8.1.3 Pro 64 bit system. A clean install.
A company with a Canadian address.
The installer claims to install a version2.03.9 :
We had had the same version Disk Recovery Wizard 4.1 on June 13, 2014. Here are the old reviews:
I installed only to see, whether things have been changed. No, this is still the same version, we have had several times. The software is from July 2012, in the homepage is still the same nonsense, I have commented the last time:
"All you have to do to recover your disk and data completely is pointing a finger at the corrupted device, and clicking “Next”! "
Pointing with the finger at the device didn't work the last time, it doesn't work today. Dear company, don't try to be funny.
"Adding magic to the technically complicated process of data recovery is the motto of our company."
" Disk Recovery Wizard makes it simple to everyone and their mom to recover data from corrupted hard drives and restoring information from damaged disks and partitions even if Windows can’t see or access them!"
No need for a new test.
Uninstalled via reboot and no, a system with DeepFreeze, TimeFreeze or whatever freeze, does not work with a "virtual driver", which could not be recognized by a driver update program - it works with real pointers to real drivers and "virtual pointers" to a virtual file system.
Have nice weekend
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This is a fairly small app, ~10MB in 15 files in one folder, with the main executable file [Disk Recovery Wizard.exe] listing (c) = DiskInternals Research. Using Google saw some decent reviews for DiskInternals. I would guess that WizardRecovery, Inc. licensed the main code, supplying the interface to use it.
Disk Recovery Wizard is not truly portable, like for example the portable version or Recuva. That said, it *may* work all right for you copying the program's folder to whatever removable media & running the app from there. I didn't check to see if running the app that way added the same registry keys as installation -- sorry.
"... and no, a system with DeepFreeze, TimeFreeze or whatever freeze, does not work with a “virtual driver”, which could not be recognized by a driver update program – it works with real pointers to real drivers and “virtual pointers” to a virtual file system."
Not at all sure what that's about, but in case it's of interest or helps anyone at all... There are no virtual drivers in Windows -- there either is a driver installed or there isn't -- though drivers can be installed & then uninstalled, e.g. with the portable VBox launcher. When you run a virtualization app, where everything that's supposed to be written to the hard drive is written to a virtual hard drive, if everything works correctly, drivers can be installed just like software, with Windows being unable to tell the difference between that & a normal install. With this sort of virtualization software changes can either be made permanent or abandoned.
It is possible for software to check the Windows environment where it's to be installed &/or run. Virtual Machine & virtualization software use files, drivers, & registry entries, & software can check for their presence as well as other clues. Most software does not bother checking, I assume because it's extra work, but both methods & code to do so are available on-line, so pretty much any software dev could add it if they wished.
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"It seems to run fine on my virtual XP (VirtualBox), protected bij Toolwiz Time Freeze. "
Purely FWIW, VMs [Virtual Machines] are stored in a single virtual disk file. Unfortunately it's been my experience that those files do not work well with regular disk/partition image backup software, so to back them up I just make/save a copy of that single file somewhere else. A byproduct of that is that restoring a backup of a VM couldn't be simpler -- I just copy that backup file & paste it on top of the one the VM Host software uses.
That makes using virtualization software in my VMs totally unnecessary. THat's a good thing... running virtualization software slows things down because it's less efficient, & that's something I don't need in a VM that's already slower because it can use only a portion of the PCs resources. My guess is that virtualization software would be even less efficient in a VM, because you've got 2 levels of virtualization, one nested inside the other. Every time software [including Windows] wants/needs to read or write to/from the hard disk, that simple activity has to work its way through virtualization code, & the delays add up.
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Well, folks, whatever you have said or will say about this prog, I can only speak as I found. I have probably more than 15 recovery progs Including one which cost more than $100. Not ONE of these could even see my duff USB drive, far less access it to attempt recovery. Yet this prog saw the drive and recovered everything I wanted. It didn't make a total recovery as that would be asking the impossible where data is overwritten but for me anyway I got a total recovery. I tend to disbelieve claims developers make for the ability of their software and and you can call this recovery a fluke if you like, but it worked for me and for subsequent recoveries I have had to make despite my running Windows Vista Home Premium.
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for the sake of your own reputation please exempt this company from future participation.
It does not deserve the advertising it gets, but and above all, their paying clients do not deserve such crapware. Sorry, but in this field of software trust is not built upon a fantastically pricey item from any old company but on the expertise of the company. We are at the end of February right now and this company's website still propagates a Christmas discount. Windows 8 as operating system not mentioned yet.
Thank you for all the good and the wonderful items you have presented in the past and please carry on the GOOD WORK !
Have a very nice weekend :-)
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Last Line First - A Keeper for me. Installed and activated on Win 7 Pro 64-Bit system with only minor activation issue. (Had to "activate" it 3 times before it was finally recognized as a NON-Trial version.) Anyway, I tested it on an OLD (2008 era) 1GB PNY Flash Drive. Out of curiosity, I ran a scan using the NTFS then FAT file system selections. In each case, many, many files were found, categorized in individual folders by file type and I was able to easily recover and save them to my hard drive. Also in each case, the files found were totally different dependent on the file system selected. Totally unexpected was that I was able to recover several family photographs from 2008 that I had thought I'd lost forever. I haven't tried scanning a HDD yet but I would expect similar results depending on the drive status (i.e. Mechanically OK, Quick format vs. Full format, just deleted files, etc.). The software is a keeper for me. Thanks WizardRecovery, Inc and GOTD.
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