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PC Inspector File Recovery 4.0

PC Inspector File Recovery - Data recovery program for FAT and NTFS

PcInspector File Recovery is a free utility for recovering data from hardware storage devices using FAT12/16/32 and NTFS file systems.

PcInspector File Recovery is able to recover data with the “Special Recovery Function” and works on Windows-based systems.

Features:

- Partitions are detected automatically even if the boot sector or FAT has been erased or damaged.

- Can recover files with the original time and date stamp.

- Allows you to save recovered files on network drives.

- Can recover files with missing header entry.

- The “Special Recovery Function” works for the following file formats: ARJ, AVI, BMP, CDR, DOC, DXF, DBF, XLS, EXE, GIF, HLP, HTML, HTM, JPG, LZH, MID, MOV, MP3, PDF, PHG, RTF, TAR, TIF, WAV and ZIP.

- The following file systems are supported: FAT 12/16/32 and NTFS. These formats are used by hard disks, Smartmedia™, Compact Flash™, Memory Stick™ and other media storage devices.

PC Inspector File Recovery 4.0 is licensed as Freeware for the Windows operating system / platform. PC Inspector File Recovery is provided as a free download for all software users (Freeware).

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