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ReclaiMe Ultimate

Recover Data Without Technical Skills

$199.95
for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8
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ReclaiMe Ultimate is data recovery software that helps you to recover important files that have been accidentally deleted, formatted, otherwise "lost". With ReclaiMe Ultimate, you can choose to undelete a single file, or multiple files. You can use ReclaiMe Ultimate to undelete photos from a memory card, unformat a hard drive, or recover data from a hardware NAS.

Accidentally deleted vacation photos from your camera card? High-end storage device failed catastrophically? Use ReclaiMe Ultimate to get your data back! ReclaiMe Ultimate works with impressive range of the filesystem types - all Windows filesystems from FAT, through NTFS, and to the newest ReFS; Mac's HFS and HFS+; most Linux filesystems in use, ext, XFS, and UFS!

Unlike other more complicated data recovery apps, ReclaiMe Ultimate requires no technical skill whatsoever. You can even preview recovered data before the recovery job is finished. And, thanks to the wide range of devices that are supported by ReclaiMe Ultimate, you're most assuredly covered no matter what media you're using.

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Hank Friedman Can they offer the regular version on sale too?
Jan 30 at 4:53pm Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova We are not really interested in discounting a regular version.
www.ReclaiMe.com - Jan 30 at 10:50pm Copy Link
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Danny If you back up everything safe and different places have, this tool is unnecessary.
Jan 31 at 12:35pm Copy Link
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Diana Stakey How do you back up a camera memory card--with a whole bunch of today's photos--when it gets accidentally formatted while still in the camera? Same question for shots I didn't mean to delete?
Feb 1 at 7:18am Copy Link
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Andilo User Does the offered Version has the identical functionality as offered on www. redaime.com ?
Feb 1 at 9:09am Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova Yes
www.ReclaiMe.com - Feb 1 at 10:16am Copy Link
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Danny What distinguishes itself above all other ReclaiMe good recovery softwares?
Feb 2 at 12:28am Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova Above all, simplicity
www.ReclaiMe.com - Feb 2 at 1:18am Copy Link
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Mario Demi can i use it portable on a usbstick?
Feb 2 at 1:21am Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova No.
www.ReclaiMe.com - Feb 2 at 1:26am Copy Link
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Danny What do you mean no? How can you use that tool if the PC crashes hd ?
Feb 2 at 1:37am Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova If the PC crashes, you get the hard drive out, connect to a good PC and recover data.
www.ReclaiMe.com - Feb 2 at 2:04am Copy Link
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Danny @Elena Pakhomova,

A quick question: what would the word ' ReclaiMe ' say or mean?
Feb 2 at 2:05am Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova Something associated with reclaiming something, as in taking back, but generally your guess would be as good as mine :)
www.ReclaiMe.com - Feb 2 at 3:14am Copy Link
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Lito @Danny I bought this and used it to recover a some files from a bad HD, I can tell you it is one of the better ones. I use this and another 2 and of the 3 in my toolbox this one recovered the most working files. To be fair though only 2 out of the 3 other utilities, could recover data because the filesystem involved was Linux EXT3. ZAR (Zero Assumption Recovery) seemed to recover more files, but everything was fragmented and very few files were playable or complete, since the drive was a MythTV hard drive with recorded TV shows on it, it was easy to see if what was recovered was correct. Running the same drive through Reclaim me got me less files but all files were playable and complete. Both programs used the same hard drive image I created before that HD died completely so the conditions were the same.

Though I do agree with the others that I would really like it to be usable on a USB stick. Like for use on a WinPE type bootable environment. It would save a lot of time in some cases so we wouldn't have to disassemble a PC to attempt to recover some files from it that might have been accidentally erased. Personally speaking, it would be real useful to have a Linux version so as to avoid WinPE at all :).
Feb 2 at 7:22am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Great News! www.ReclaiMe.com has agreed to extend this deal for another day - Enjoy!
BitsDuJour Admin - Feb 3 at 12:11am Copy Link
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Jon Spain We had this in May 2013 and they were very obliging.

Jon
Feb 3 at 1:53am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel The "fine print" section says, the software is licensed per user, so I can install it on all owned PCs. So far, so good. But then:

"You must install/register the software while the promotion is active, and cannot do so afterwards."

Does that mean, I cannot install / use the software on a new PC I plan to purchase later this year? Or do you mean, only the 1st installation / registration has to be done today?

Thanks!
Feb 3 at 4:25am Copy Link
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Elena Pakhomova First install today. Afterwards, if you get another PC, that's no problem.
www.ReclaiMe.com - Feb 3 at 5:56am Copy Link
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Lito @Bertie Brummel : Yes this recovers files from Linux EXT3 fine and can see any HDs connected that windows can see (even if windows doesn't recognize the drive format).

Just wanted to mention that if you just want to copy over data from a good working Linux EXT 2/3 HD there are free utilities to copy files from linux formatted HDs like explor2fs (sourceforge) and Linux Reader (disk internals). Search with google to download them. Those will work faster but don't recover lost or deleted data. This one is most useful for recovering from HDs where the drive is going bad or has lost it's partition data info, or quick formatted etc... It can take quite some time for it to go through a HD to find files, but this one will recover all that it can find even ones that have been deleted but haven't been overwritten yet.
Feb 3 at 7:24am Copy Link
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Bertie Brummel Thanks, Lito. I already tried to access the HDD via DiskInternals' plugin for Total Commander in vain. before I asked here. . Will follow your advice and test the the two stand-alone tools too. An other option should be to use a Linux Live-CD.
Feb 3 at 10:14am Copy Link
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Danny Why is there never a ReclaiMe File Recovery Standard in BDJ promotion? I only use Windows, never Apple Mac and Linux versions!
Feb 3 at 1:55pm Copy Link
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Mr Macro Hi Elena,

I purchased the software 10 minutes ago, and have yet to receive my license information. It is getting quite late here, so unless it comes in the next few minutes I will not be able to register the software until tomorrow. I hope that doesn't cause any problems.
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Just received the license key!
Feb 3 at 2:45pm Copy Link
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Danny Would be nice if I got an answer: Why is there never a ReclaiMe File Recovery Standard in BDJ promotion? I only use Windows, never Apple Mac and Linux versions!
Feb 4 at 1:39pm Copy Link
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Carlos Reyes Any promotion at this time ?
Feb 8 at 3:55pm Copy Link
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