Recover Lost Files and Deleted Documents from Recycle Bin, USB Flash and Removable Media
RaidLabs File Uneraser reliably recovers deleted files and documents, undeletes digital pictures, music, videos, RAR and ZIP archives. The file recovery tool can undelete entire folders. This file recovery software can help in cases when anything else is helpless.
File Uneraser can undelete files from all types of storage media including memory sticks, digital cameras, flash drives, USB drives and pretty much any other type of a storage device you can connect to your PC and access as a drive letter. In addition, this undelete software works with NTFS-encrypted and compressed files, and can help you recover files lost from a virus attack, malicious or accidental user activities. No special skills and no information recovery training are required! Try File Uneraser free with full pre-recovery preview.
RaidLabs File Uneraser can:
- undelete all types of files
- unerase deleted documents, pictures, emails, archives, audio and video files
- undelete files from emptied recycle bin
- recover data from fat and ntfs partitions
- perform comprehensive recovery by scanning the entire volume
- undelete files from ntfs disks even in older versions of windows
- preview deleted files even in the free version
Fully Guided Recovery
RaidLabs File Uneraser features a comprehensive and fully guided data recovery wizard. When you start the tool, a wizard will guide you through the entire recovery process, helping you choose the right options in order to perform the safest and most complete recovery. After the disk scan is complete, you’ll see an Explorer-like window listing all recoverable files. You can view any file with a single click or add one to the recovery list with a double-click. If you are about to recover more than just a few files, you can use the search function to choose files of a certain type, select entire folders or choose to restore everything that’s still recoverable.
Full Auto Mode
You can run File Uneraser in full auto mode, letting it scan your disk and choose the optimal recovery strategy on your behalf. In this mode, the undelete tool scans a target drive automatically and selects the perfect solution to restore as many files as possible.
- PowerSearch performs the complete disk scan in order to locate recoverable files not listed in the file system
- LivePreview allows previewing more than 250 types of files in live mode with no external viewers required
- You can view deleted documents and pictures, play music and videos and enter deleted archives like folders even in the free version of File Uneraser
- Full FAT, FAT32, NTFS and NTFS5 support
- A unique technology for recovering deleted files stored on FAT32 volumes
- Recovers encrypted and compressed files from NTFS and NTFS5 disks
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Reviews for RaidLabs File Uneraser
RaidLab File Uneraser is a tool that will either help you create a storage system’s image or help you recover deleted data on any storage media. Since it works on FTA and NTFS file systems, it is good enough for most of the Windows OS users. If you have an EXT partition (for Unix/Linux systems), don’t bother. RaidLab won’t see these partitions, let alone recover them.
The user interface
The user interface reminds me of Windows Vista. Everything, from the utility panel to my left and the icons used modelled on Windows Vista. I however must admit that the simplicity and straightforward approach makes the application less cluttered and easier to use to most people.
An innovative recovery wizard
If you are serious about file recovery, you will find the apparently flimsy recovery wizard quite useful – if you click on the advance button. Here, you can specify the date range in which you think you lost the files. You can also give a file size range. These modifications coupled with the file type choice create a robust search that will streamline the search in big partitions or hard drives.
A search tool to filter through recovered files
This is quite neat. No need to physically sift through thousands or results while you can just search for your file using its filename. Hopefully, it still retained the name you gave it before you deleted it. This is quite useful since a typical file search will return a lot of ‘junk’ files that should stay deleted forever.
Everything beyond the recovery wizard is simply substandard. I expect a good file recovery tool to be considerably fast and accurate in telling you what can be recovered and what is lost ‘forever.’ Here are the frustrations to look forward to should you download RaidLab File Uneraser.
You cannot specify recovery folders, just drives
I fail to understand how RaidLab thought of a date range and a file-type selector and forgot about folder selectors. What if I remember where stored my file. Do I have to sit through an entire partition search instead of a folder search? Yes, we understand folders are virtual and don’t necessarily refer to similar sectors on a storage media. But hey! Couldn’t do any harm to do the referencing and support folder specific search.
No file status report
RaidLab recovers a great deal of files, only that it doesn’t specify the damaged ones and usable ones. I had to click through ten pictures before I could find one usable photo. Why not just highlight damaged files? That will surely save me the pain of clicking through multiple spoilt files before finding the needle in the haystack.
RaidLabs File Uneraser is what I’d call an amateur. It gets a portion of the job done but lacks the finesse you would expect from a mainstream data recovery tool. I wouldn’t advise you to for it. Choose another data recovery tool that has better capabilities and file filtering powers. A useful feature to look for is the recovery of data from overwritten sectors. RaidLabs doesn’t seem to do this rudimentary data recovery task at all, let alone do it well.
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The program recovers all files that can be recovered. Using Live View, you can select all the files of the available and restore them.
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