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GetDataBack 3.64

Posted on Sunday, December 14 2008 @ 18:23:29 CET by

A. GetDataBack is searching your hard drive to find one of the FAT (File Allocation Table). If no FAT is found GetDataBack will attempt the recovery without this information. In this case the possibility of bringing fragmented parts from all over the drive together gets smaller. Fragmentation in NTFS should not effect the results of the recovery. Information about a file's allocation is stored in a MFT entry (other than with a FAT file system, where this information is stored in the FAT). If the file shows up in the recovery tree, it should be recoverable. If it does not contain the expected data, you should review your selection in Step 2 of the software.

Version V3.64 is faster than ever. GetDataBack for NTFS now features a "quick scan" option, reducing the recovery time from hours to minutes. The "quick scan" can be used to recover deleted files or to recover files from partitions that suddenly disappeared.
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