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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 11th, 2020, 10:35 
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https://www.r-studio.com/Data_Recovery_Technician.shtml

I think it is pretty clear.


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 11th, 2020, 10:43 
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So which one is correct, They both can't be?


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 11th, 2020, 13:05 
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+1 Pretty clear

R-Studio License - Commercial Use = NO
R-Studio Technician License - Commercial Use = Yes

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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 11th, 2020, 13:07 
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As their on site says though

For data recovery service companies or individuals we recommend R-Studio Technician License.

That seems to suggest a bit of a grey area. Doesn't really apply to me as I prefer DMDE..


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 11th, 2020, 21:23 
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you could always email them and clarify, but any DR/forensics lab I would have assumed would have winhex forensic and r-studio tech at the very least


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 12th, 2020, 12:04 
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I would assume so but this thread was started by somebody who just wanted a few recommendations for software to use in his computer business.


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 12th, 2020, 15:11 
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alfarom wrote:
I would assume so but this thread was started by somebody who just wanted a few recommendations for software to use in his computer business.

But it was then re-opened by the following post:
edwardbailey wrote:
can anybody recommend good software for fast data recovery.

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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 13th, 2020, 9:36 
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R-Studio aside then. What other software that I haven't mentioned is worth a go?


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 13th, 2020, 9:56 
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Check UFS-explorer/R-explorer or Reclaime.

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PostPosted: March 13th, 2020, 10:09 
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Is Reclaime ok to use commercially or do you need the very expensive Reclaime Pro version?


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
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alfarom wrote:
Is Reclaime ok to use commercially or do you need the very expensive Reclaime Pro version?

No, the personal version is okay for commercial use. The only differences between versions is their respective capabilities,, e.g., Ultimate if you need to recover from Mac and Linux file systems, Pro if you also need to recover from Drobo, etc.

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pclab wrote:
Check UFS-explorer/R-explorer or Reclaime.


Finally, at least someone!

We make the best software and it is true :wink: (c) Yuriy Shulga - CTO at SysDev Laboratories


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 13th, 2020, 12:59 
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Couple useful links to get information about software:
https://www.ufsexplorer.com/products.ph ... _scroll-to
https://www.ufsexplorer.com/kb-technologies.php
In case of defective drive our software works with DDI:
https://www.ufsexplorer.com/blog/deepsp ... imager.php


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You are welcome to contact us for any software queries for working drives..

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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: March 18th, 2020, 13:15 
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+1 for UFS-explorer from here.

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+2 for UFS / R-Explorer

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Great share!


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
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Well,
+XYZ for Recovery Explorer ,I am a Fanboy :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: May 4th, 2020, 0:03 
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I wonder, what software can I use (if any) to recover my data from disc C after re-installing the OS so that everything was formatted :( ? I tried some programs (can't remember the names) but they didn't help so I'm seeking for something more 'professional'. TIA for any advice

Those that use so-called data recovery using file signatures (raw file search). You may try to use R-Studio for that purpose. Here its on-line help. Your case is 2, and your hope is Extra Found Files. But, frankly speaking, chances are grim, although it's worth trying, as R-Studio provides the "try before buy" approach, and you may see if the files are recoverable for free.

Normally after a simple OS re-install a lot of user data should still be recoverable by the filesystem based recovery method. If the partition hasn't been moved and if the same Windows system is re-installed, the MFT records corresponding to the system files on the new install should mostly overlap with the MFT records of the former install, so the records corresponding to the user files, added at a later time, should be beyond that, at least a good amount of them. If nothing is found at all, it could mean that a so-called “full format” was done prior to the install, meaning that every single sector was overwritten, in which case there's nothing at all to recover, even with the “raw file carving” recovery method.

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HDDSuperClone Pro. By far the best (Linux based) software available and it doesn't cost a fortune. Videos are available demonstrating it's capabilities which greatly help.
DMDE - Particularly when used with the above for data extraction. Again, very cheap to buy.
R-Studio - Reasonably priced and very good
GetDataBack - For Fat, NTFS, Apple and Linux Systems. Very good value and one of my faviourites.
HD Tune or anyother basic software to check the Smart info, particularly Reallocated Sector Count and Current Pending Sector

Those tools do not have the same purposes / capabilities. HDDSuperClone may be excellent at what it does (cloning / imaging as safely as possible with no dedicated hardware), it does not replace an actual data recovery software, which the next three are. R-Studio can also be used in combination with HDDSuperClone, but I don't know how it performs compared with DMDE. I used to use GetDataBack, but in my experience it has stalled with regards to features and recovery efficiency while R-Studio has improved considerably over the years.
For raw file recovery, Photorec is a good compliment to R-Studio, and despite being a freeware it's been favorably compared to very expensive professional file carvers.
And of course HD Tune is not a recovery program either, although that kind of tool also has its place in a data recovery toolkit. In that category, HD Sentinel is much more advanced than HDTune (in particular it constantly checks the health status of all connected storage devices, and keeps logs, also it has very thorough testing capabilities) and, although not free, reasonably priced.


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 Post subject: Re: Data Recovery Programs...Pros? Cons? Differences?
PostPosted: May 4th, 2020, 0:21 
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R-Studio can also be used in combination with HDDSuperClone, but I don't know how it performs compared with DMDE.

Apparently DMDE works better for that purpose :
https://forum.hddguru.com/viewtopic.php ... &start=100


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