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iCare Format Recovery

Recover Data on Internal and External Storage

$69.99
for PC  Download Trial
Platforms: Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP; Windows Server 2000/2003/2008/2012/2016
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Have you ever accidentally formatted a memory card, USB flash drive or other data storage source and lost all of that data forever? Well, you may have thought it was forever, but today’s discount software promotion is exactly what you need – it’s iCare Format Recovery!

iCare Format Recovery recovers data from formatted internal and external storage quickly and easily. With iCare Format Recovery, you’ll be able to rescue data previously thought lost due to formatting, virus attacks, power surge, and nearly any other cause.

Best of all, iCare Format Recovery is compatible with cellphone memory cards, hard drives, USB drives, memory sticks, plus FAT32, EXFAT, and NTFS format drives. The program is completely safe, operating in read-only mode while scanning so nothing that can be salvaged is overwritten.

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jack hath It's the Free Edition and only recovers 'up to 2 GB". Why is this even being offered?
May 6 2018 at 7:46am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @jack hath, Please use the registration code from the receipt email.
BitsDuJour Admin - May 6 2018 at 9:34am Copy Link
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Ford Prefect From the description "iCare Format Recovery FREE Edition . . . rescue up to 2GB".
So is this offering the Free Edition (with a 2gb data limit) or a full unlimited edition ?
II expect a lot of people are not going to even try to install and use this as the description only talks about the Free Edition.
May 6 2018 at 9:41am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @Ford Prefect, I am sorry about the confusion, I updated the promotion copy.

We (BitsDuJour) do not promote already free products, we can only promote products which are sold for a price on the product website.

During this giveaway we are promoting the $69.99 Home license sold on the product site here:
https://www.icare-recover...y/buy.html
BitsDuJour Admin - May 6 2018 at 10:10am Copy Link
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CFGuy Constantin,

I think Ford Prefect's confusion over which version is being offered here today is a result of the webpage linked to the [Program's] "Website" box at the top of this offer, under the photo and title of the program (alongside the "Screenshots", "Virus Scan", "Notes" and "Languages" boxes.

When the link in the "Website" box is clicked, the consumer is taken to a webpage on the developer's website that describes a "free" version of this program. I believe what you are saying is that the version that we will get at no cost here today is the version titled "Home License" that usually retails for $69.99 (on the website) and allows the user to "Recover Unlimited Data".

Am I correct about this?

Thanks,
Cfguy
May 6 2018 at 10:28am Copy Link
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Constantin Florea @CFGuy, I understand what you are saying but in this case there is no specific landing page on the product website for the Home license so we had to link to the only one there.

You are correct: we're promoting the Home license which retails for $69.99. The code you receive should unlock all features of the Home license, if that is not the case, please do contact us at notify@bitsdujour.com with the issue you encounter.
BitsDuJour Admin - May 6 2018 at 11:24am Copy Link
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Mark Gregory Where it says for PC, What Version is this one, it seems to happen quite often
that different software given away does not mention the Version number etc, It would be better to mention the version of different software, as it would save a download etc to find out the versions.
May 6 2018 at 10:36pm Copy Link
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Robert Crombie Thanks for the giveaway.
Most times I attempt recovery (3.5" drive, or 2.5" drive, or thumb drive) Windows cannot see the flippin thing, which usually means recovery software cannot see it either.
That may be a flaw with windows ? ?
If you had a bootable version with it's own OS (perhaps linux ?), would it have more chance of seeing the drives ?

Thanks,
Rob
May 7 2018 at 4:20am Copy Link
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