Both beginners and professionals can use it easily.
If you know how to use Microsoft® Windows®, you can use FinalData. You don't even need to
know the meaning of FAT, MBR, or BPB. Now everyone can perform the simple operations and recover damaged data.
The only solution when there is no backup data
FinalData is not a backup program. It's pure data recovery software. When there is no backup data, when
the backup data has problems, or when the backup data is useless, FinalData can recover your damaged data.
Virus? No problem!
Virus vaccines are very useful, but no vaccine available today can prevent tomorrow's viruses. Most experts think
your data is likely to be destroyed by a virus at some point. FinalData helps you recover data damaged by
viruses now and in the future. Even in instances when your hard drive is destroyed by a virus-rendering all vaccines
ineffective-FinalData is the solution.
No time to wait?
FinalData Enterprise Version lets you recover your data on your schedule. Use "find a file" to recover the files
you need most urgently. Simply enter the file name, recover your data quickly and easily, and meet your deadlines-just
like you never lost the data at all.
Compatible with Microsoft® Windows®
FinalData is completely compatible with Windows® 95, 98, Me, 2000, and XP and Windows NT®. No complicated
MS-DOS® commands are required.
Is it really fit for professionals?
FinalData is recognized as world-class and world-best in the areas of simplicity, safety, speed, and rate of recovery. It is the
specialized recovery program that most IT professionals in the world prefer.
Is it possible to fix a computer in Los Angeles from London?
With three world patents pending, FinalData is available for LAN, WAN, intranet, and Internet use. This means
that, through your network, you can recover lost data from a computer in Los Angeles from an office in London.
FinalData makes data recovery possible regardless of time and place. (Remote recovery is available only in FinalData
Enterprise or higher edition.)
I deleted the file, emptied the recycle bin, and performed a few other functions. Can I recover the file?
Whatever you've done, FinalData can recover your data as long as it has not been overwritten. FinalData has recovered
files that specialized data recovery companies have given up on, and it is trusted by many of the world's leading companies.
Store your data safely with FinalData!
Could a person in the process of leaving your company maliciously delete critical data? When data is so important that even
a data recovery specialist must not see it, you can recover it yourself with FinalData. Its quick recovery operations will
save you time-and if there is anything that FinalData cannot recover, nothing can recover it.
FinalData recovery logic
Traditional data recovery is a process where you back up your data, then replace the originals with backups in an emergency.
Even if you fail to make backups in advance, FinalData lets you safely recover data through the following process:
1. Select the drive.
Select the logical drive or physical drive that you want to scan.
Here, logical drive refers to C: through G:, and physical drive refers to Hard Disk 1 and Hard Disk 2.
2. Search the deleted files and folders.
FinalData searches the contents of the subdirectory entry in the root directory and the data area to find deleted
files and folders (only the first characters of the names of the deleted files and folders are deleted from the
directory). FinalData then makes a list of the deleted files and folders.
|"FILE.DOC" (MS-DOS® file name)
|E5h "ILE.DOC" (MS-DOS® file name)
In the above scenario, the deleted file can be recovered. If you know the exact directory where the deleted
file or folder exists, you can accelerate the process by clicking Cancel during the directory search and finding the file or
the folder in the root directory.
Sometimes the first character of file and folder names are deleted and not shown. This happens when the file or
folder name is stored as the short form of the MS-DOS® file name (file name: eight letters, extension: three letters).
In this case, the files and folders can be recovered using the original file name.
3. Search the file system.
If you cannot detect deleted files and folders, or if FAT information was lost due to formatting or a virus, you need to search the
file system. If you can find the boot sector by scanning the selected range of sectors, you will need some information about
the file system-including whether it is a 16-bit or 32-bit FAT, what the partition's volume and size are, and where
the partition starts.
If you don't know the above information in advance, but have general knowledge about where the partition starts,
what its size is, and how the file system is structured, you will be able to recover your data.
4. Search the data area.
Search whole clusters in the data area-each will include some information about the directory entry and the data.
Information about file names, the first cluster, and file sizes is known from the directory entry, and the data will
be read to the limit of the file size from a particular cluster of the data area. As a result, the information about
the directory entry and the data will help you recover the data only if it is not fragmented. If the data is
fragmented, you will need to use the Auto Recovery System to recover it in its entirety. With the Folder Point Hierarchical
Structure in the directory entry, you can even recover the directory structure.
If the directory entry is damaged, you will lose all information about extensions aside from file names, renewed dates,
file sizes, and the like. Because Microsoft programs (such as Microsoft® Word, Excel, PowerPoint®, Publisher, Visual
Basic®, and Visio®) use the Binary Interchange File Format (BIFF), the extensions cannot be distinguished from each file
name. To open these recovered files, you need to know each file's original extension and change the default .DOC extension
of the recovered file to that original extension.