• Compatible with Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
• NOT Macintosh Compatible
• USB 1.1 or 2.0
Almost everyone that has owned a computer, digital camera, or storage device has deleted a file that they didn't mean to. Whether it be the family picture album, an important business document, or dozens of other file types, deleting an important file can be a nightmare. Until now, file recovery has been an expensive process only available through computer stores and computer technicians.
With the Data Recovery Stick, recovering your important deleted files has become a simple task that even the most novice computer user can perform with a couple simple mouse clicks.
It's common knowledge among computer techs that when you delete a file, it's not actually "gone" from your PC until new data is written over it. The Data Recovery Stick scans these deleted sectors, and recovers this hidden deleted data, converting it back to readable files. You can even recover deleted files from SD cards!
This advanced forensic software was once available to computer technicians and forensic recovery specialists for thousands of dollars, but now can be used by anyone, with no advanced computer training necessary. Just insert the Data Recovery Stick into your PC, click "Recover", and watch all your deleted files re-appear.
- Recover Deleted Pictures - From your PC, Digital Camera, or SD Card
- Recover Deleted Documents - Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, and more
- Recover Deleted Music - Accidentily delete an MP3? Recover it easily.
- Recover Other Important Files - Presentations, PDF files, and much much more
- Recover Files from USB Drives - Never lose an important document again!
Using the Data Recovery Stick is Simple:
||1. Insert Data Recovery Stick into Your PC
|Plug the USB stick into any open USB port. For faster scanning times, it is recommended to use one of the USB ports on the rear of your desktop computer if one is available.
||2. Run the Data Recovery Program File
|The drive should open automatically. If not, double click the My Computer icon, open the drive manually, and double click the DataRecoveryStickLauncher.exe file to run the program.
||3. Select the Drive to Recover Files From
|All connected drives (including SD Cards and USB Flash Drives) will show up as long as they are properly connected to your computer. Select the one you want to scan.
||4. Select Where to Save the Recovered Files
|By default, recovered files will be saved to the 2GB Data Recovery Stick USB drive. If you think you'll need more space to save recovered files, choose a location on your C: drive.
||5. Click "Recover Data" to Begin Recovery
|That's it! The recovery process will start, and you can watch the progress via the progress bar. Note: If you click "stop" at any time, you'll be able to view files recovered up to that point.
The Data Recovery Stick Can Recover Files from:
- Hard Drives
- USB Drives
- Digital Cameras (must show as a physical drive)
- SD (Secure Digital Card)
- xD-Picture Card
- MemoryStick (MS)
- MultiMediaCard (MMC)
- Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC)
- Reduced Size MultiMediaCard (RS-MMC)
- CompactFlash (CF) Type I and II
- Memory Stick Pro
- Memory Stick Duo
- Memory Stick Pro Duo
- MemoryStick Micro (M2)
- MagicGate Memory Stick
- MagicGate Memory Stick Duo
The Following File Types Can Be Recovered:
||MS Office Documents
|.JPG (JPEG) Data Recovery
.BMP (Bitmap) Data Recovery
.PNG Data Recovery
.TIFF Data Recovery
|.DOC Word Document Recovery
.DOCX Word '07 Document Recovery
.XLS Excel Data Recovery
.XLSX Excel '07 Data Recovery
.PPT PowerPoint Data Recovery
.PUB Publisher Data Recovery
.VSD Visio Data Recovery
.MDB Access Data Recovery
|.MP3 MPEG3 Music Recovery
|Open Office Documents
|Spreadsheet Data Recovery
Text Data Recovery
Graphics Data Recovery
Database Data Recovery
Presentation Data Recovery
|.PDF Adobe PDF Data Recovery
.RTF Rich Text Format Data Recovery
.HTML Web Page Data Recovery
.CHM Help File Data Recovery
AutoCAD Data Recovery
MindManager Brainstorm and Process Control Data Recovery
- Data Recovery Stick
- Instruction Manual