Data Rescue DVD - 3.1 | MacOSX | 520.44 MB
Data Rescue 3 is the best digital data recovery software on the market for recovering files from a problem hard drive or that have been previously deleted. Data Rescue 3 is for computer data recovery and works when other tools fail.
Data Rescue 3 is also completely safe to use since it does not attempt any risky repairs to the drive it's scanning. Data Rescue 3 is the safest, most powerful software for data recovery. Data Rescue 3 is the same software used by many data recovery services, law enforcement, all major branches of the U.S. Military and major intelligence agencies. Data Rescue 3 has saved our customers from having to use a data recovery service, which can cost thousands.
You will need to save your recovered files to either an internal or external hard drive (USB or FireWire), removable media device (such as a Zip or MO) or a networked drive.
Do-it-yourself Data Recovery Software
* Award-winning software, works when other software fails.
* Recovers all types of files from your hard drive
* Works if the drive fails to mount or only partially operates.
* Recovers deleted, lost, and damaged files.
* Recovers digital pictures from your camera media even after it has been erased or reformatted.
* Recover your whole drive or just the files you need.
Fast and Easy Results
* Bootable Emergency DVD.
* No need to disassemble your computer
* FREE technical support via phone or email.
# Runs natively as 64-bit on supported machines in Snow Leopard
# New Welcome window for easier access to suspended and completed scans
# Improvements to the Workspace and Home Folder workflows: now simpler to understand and use
# New Expert feature for erasing any drive or volume to HFS+
# Added contextual menu to Details View for quick access to common features
# Improved recovery of InDesign, PEF raw image, TIFF and AVI files, for certain cases
# Added support for recovering certain ORF raw images
# A number of additional file types with no, or non-standard, extensions can now be previewed.
# DMG files with no partition table can now be found and recovered.
# Some improvements were made to improve Deep Scan results, in some cases.
# Some optional additional file browser columns may be shown by right-clicking on the table columns header.
# Catalog files with more than 8 fragments would sometimes be recovered incorrectly.
# Activation while launched from a read-only volume wouldn't be applied correctly
# Erase wasn't working on 10.4
# Erased drives wouldn't show up in the source selection screen, sometimes causing unnecessary warnings to be displayed
# Erase wouldn't work on a volume that was mounted while the open dialog was active
# Crash when attempting to erase a drive that just disconnected
# Rare crash when a device is disconnected
# Minor incompatibilities with the software update feature on 10.4
# Several usability enhancements to Set Drive/Volume Params.
# Arenas weren't rendering properly on Snow Leopard
# User interface preferences are now properly stored in the Home Folder for when booted off the DVD
# Fixed some bugs related to running the application on a secondary monitor
# Improved performance and stability while browsing scan results
# Analyze sometimes crashed just when finishing.
# When unmarking many nodes when quitting, the UI would seem to hang and show the beach ball.
# Some miscellaneous sources of memory leaks and potential crashes were fixed.
# An additional hard drive to recover files to
# DVD-ROM Drive (optional, required to boot and run DataRescue from its DVD)
How to BURN bootable disk image using Disk Utility
Easier, fewer steps than using Toast
1) Launch Disk Utility
2) Click Burn (upper left)
3) Navigate to and select the DMG file (do not drag and drop)
4) Click CHOOSE or BURN
5) Insert disk when prompted and BURN