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Active@ UNDELETE Ver 2.0
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Welcome to Active@ UNDELETE

Active@ UNDELETE is a powerful software utility, designed to restore accidentally deleted files and directories. It allows you to recover files that have been deleted from the Recycle Bin, as well as those deleted after avoiding the Recycle Bin (e.g. Shift-Delete). You can recover your data even if the partition where your files were located has been deleted or damaged.

Active@ UNDELETE will help you to restore data, residing on hard drives or floppy drives formatted in any of the following file systems:

  • FAT12
  • FAT16
  • FAT32
  • NTFS
  • NTFS5

It works under all Windows family operating systems:

  • Windows 95
  • Windows 98
  • Windows ME
  • Windows NT
  • Windows 2003
  • Windows XP

Active@ UNDELETE is integrated with Microsoft Management Console (MMC) interface, allowing you to use the utility for business applications by incorporating it into a company infrastructure (using Active Directory). It has advanced capabilities to work with remote machines. Active@ UNDELETE has a Wizard, that gives expert users full control over the process of data restoration. This advanced recovery feature allows you to restore the contents of partially-overwritten files.

The free evaluation version has full functionality of all features with a limitation only on maximum size of the file being restored.

Protect the drive location where you have accidentally deleted files. Any program that writes data to the disk, even the installation of data recovery software can spoil your sensitive data.

Do not save data onto the same drive that you found erased data, which you are trying to recover! While saving recovered data onto the same drive where sensitive data was located, you can spoil the process of recovering by overwriting table records for this and other deleted entries. It is better to save data onto another logical, removable, network or floppy drive.

If you have an extra hard drive, or other logical drives that are big enough, create a disk image. A Disk Image is a single-file mirror copy of the contents of your logical drive. Backing up the contents of the whole drive - including deleted data - is a good safety precaution in case of failed recovery. Before you start recovering deleted files, create a Disk Image for this drive.

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