L'offre gratuite du jour pour HDD Mechanic Standard était valable le 27 novembre 2012!
HDD Mechanic restaure les fichiers à partir de disques durs formatés, repartitionnés et inaccessibles. Équipé par des algorithmes de numérisation intelligents, l'outil analyse la surface entière du disque dur à la recherche de signatures de fichiers caractéristiques. Ceci permet à HDD Mechanic de restaurer des informations à partir de disques présentant des dommages graves ou des systèmes de fichiers manquants ou vides.
Résolvant tous types de problèmes pouvant survenir avec les disques durs et flash FAT et NTFS, HDD Mechanic peut restaurer les fichiers et les dossiers supprimés, des fichiers non supprimés effacés de la corbeille et récupérer des informations à partir de disques formatés, corrompus et inaccessibles.
Windows 98, Me, XP, Vista, 2003 Server, 7
NTFS Mechanic gère l'ensemble des problèmes pouvant survenir avec des disques formatés NTFS et avec les données qui y sont stockées. NTFS Mechanic peut inverser le processus de suppression de fichiers et de dossiers, restaurer des fichiers retirés à partir de la corbeille, localiser et restaurer des fichiers à partir de disques NTFS formatés, endommagés et inaccessibles.
Mail Mechanic gère l'ensemble des problèmes que vous pouvez rencontrer avec des emails. En prenant en charge l'ensemble des versions des clients Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, and Windows Vista Mail, Mail Mechanic peut restaurer des messages individuels et en vrac supprimé à partir du dossier Messages supprimés, des bases de données de messagerie supprimées et des emails à partir de disques ou de clés USB corrompus, formatés et même inaccessibles.
Recovery Mechanic est une des meilleures solutions de restauration de données présentant le meilleur rapport qualité-prix du marché. En étant l'outil de restauration de données le plus abordable de la gamme de produits destinée aux entreprises, Recovery Mechanic offre une solution de restauration totalement automatisée des fichiers et des dossiers supprimés à partir de tous types de disques durs ou de cartes mémoires flash.
Commentaires sur HDD Mechanic Standard
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Mouai, HDD Mechanic s'installe et se lance sans problème, mais pour le désinstaller... il faut aller dans son dossier d'installation car :
- Windows 7 ne le capte pas...
- Revo Uninstaller pareil...
- RegSeeker également...
- CCleaner idem...
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J'ai installé ce logiciel HDDMechanicmais je ne trouve pas le langage Français.
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Well, I still didn't try this tool to see if it can recover data from a formatted partition, but overall it looks like a pretty decent HD recovery software which is worth a try, since it doesn't perform any write operations on the source drive (so don't worry about using it).
65% THUMBS UP without any comment about its real performace seems to me a little bit high for a STANDARD Edition, because I have a feeling that some crucial features are missing here.
The problem is that I still didn't find anything about it on the official developer's website. Does anyone know what's the difference between this version and the PRO one?
Anyway, to settle things once and for all, why not use FREE alternatives (by the way...why the heck I'm nearly always the only one here mentioning FREE alternatives on a daily basis?? Shouldn't I be paid for that?? LOL!)???
BEST FREEWARE (and always UPDATABLE) ALTERNATIVES
- REDO BACKUP AND RECOVERY (==> My Personal First Choice to recover data from a destroyed system)
Freaking awesome Live CD Open Source backup and data disaster recovery software, supporting bare-metal restore.
What the heck does it mean? It simply means that you can completely restore a system back even on a machine without OS or with its Hard Drives completely erased by a virus. Yes, you heard me right dudes: this FREE GEM doesn't need Windows or Linux or Mac, since it relies on a complete mini OS with a point-and-click user interface into your PC's memory. It's even able to automatically search your LAN for drives to backup to or restore from, as well as gain access to the Internet to download drivers or read documentation, even if your PC is totally broken: cool, isn't it? And besides editing, managing, and resizing partitions, it can also be used to permanently erase all of your personal or business data, before selling or giving your old PC away.
Just burn the ISO on a CD rom, place it in your CD-ROM drive and reboot your machine and booooom....you are ready to go!!!!
•Easy graphical user interface boots from CD in less than a minute
•No installation needed; runs from a CD-ROM or a USB stick
•Saves and restores Windows and Linux machines
•Automatically finds local network shares
•Access your files even if you can't log in
•Recover deleted pictures, documents, and other files
•Internet access with a full-featured browser to download drivers
- TOOLWIZ REMOTE BACKUP (==> Great FREE recovery utility for LAN networks)
Cool FREE tool which can remotely backup or restore a system on your network and even backup the MBR of a remote PC, in order to restore it after a system crash.
Very handy app to copy files out of a destroyed machine belonging to a LAN network, which does not boot up anymore due to a BSOD issue for instance!!
- PARAGON RESCUE KIT 11 FREE EDITION
Can easily fix Boot Problems and rescue data of a corrupted system, as well as undelete accidentally deleted partitions and recover them with ease.
- TestDisk (==> Softpedia Editor Pick)
Very powerful multiplatform Open Source data recovery software, which helps you recover lost partitions as well as make non-booting disks bootable again with no hassle. In short what it does is querying the BIOS or the OS to find out the characteristics of the HDs of your machine, so as to perform a quick check of their structure and then compare it with your Partition Table for any possible entry errors.
If entry errors are found, this magic FREE tool can automatically repair them with ease, enabling you to search for partitions and create a new Partition Table or even a new MBR if necessary, should your system have missing partitions or a completely empty Partition Table. How cool is that, dudes??
- MiniTool Power Data Recovery
This is a terrific all in one data recovery tool designed to recover data even from formatted, deleted or corrupted partitions.
The only downside is that the free version limits restoration to a size of 1GB.
- EASEUS Partition Recovery with Bootable Disk based on WinPE
Very easy-to-use partition recovery software designed to recover deleted or lost partition quickly and flawlessly with a wizard interface.
* Supports several optional scan areas to locate the lost partition quickly
* Supports FAT, NTFS, Ext2/Ext3 file system.
* Supports IDE / ATA / SATA / SCSI drives.
* Supports Bootable disk based on WinPE
- Lazesoft Recovery Suite Home
Excellent FREE data and system recovery kit designed to recover your data from a formatted partition and repair your OS whenever it crashes. Just create a Recovery CD or USB disk by yourself for FREE, then boot your PC from it and well...enjoy!!!
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appears to expire December 2013
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I was unable to find on your site a comparison between the different versions of HDD Mechanic:
HDD Mechanic Free Evaluation Version
HDD Mechanic Full Version
HDD Mechanic Standard (today's Giveaway)
Please enlighten us.....Thanks.
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I'm just wondering if anyone is going to delete a file or format a disk, just to see whether or not this program works as advertised, before voting thumbs up or down. :)
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Installing this is a disaster waiting to happen if you ever uninstall this (well, almost a disaster). Not impressed by a few things that HDD Mechanic does.
First, this automatically installs a right-click context menu addition. There is no need for this at all! This only makes sense for applications that you would use more than once a day - if you are using HDD Mechanic regularly, you've got some serious problems. Also, every installer should ask if any context menu should ever be installed. Worst of all, the built-in uninstaller does not remove the context menu registry entries - this will lead to slow Windows performance and Explorer crashes.
Secondly, it sticks "bs_load.di" with the alias "AsyncEx" into your filter chain, which again does not get removed when the program is uninstalled (but the file bs_load.di does get deleted). The net result is that when uninstalled, this will cause problems when dealing with other multimedia files in the future.
Running Revo Uninstaller or other uninstaller will not catch all of these "not directly related" registry entries, so you will have future sluggish performance / crash issues. Net result, you need to reload your system from scratch to get a stable system.
Given that this giveaway has a one-year expiry, and most users will end up removing this application as a result, I strongly urge you not to install this in the first place. I issued the same warning with Kingsoft Office (the worst offender I've come across) and other applications regarding these uninstall issues.
As far as recovery performance, note that every recovery program uses slightly different algorithms and one will find something that another will not. The trick is to try multiple recovery programs until one works, but alas, if the file is fragmented, or was stored on a newer technology storage device (e.g. load leveling flash device, AFD large block size HDDs, hybrid magnetic/SSDs), you may be out of luck with any recovery method - even the professional recovery labs will be out of luck too. My test of HDD Mechanic shows the same performance levels as any other recovery utility - caught some, missed others. If it wasn't for the intrusive install & non-portability, I might have kept HDD Mechanic around in my toolkit. Sorry, but no thanks.
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