GetDataBack Simple V3.00 Supports ExFAT
Our flagship data recovery product now supports the new Microsoft Windows file sytem exFAT. ExFAT is primarily used for flashcards that are larger than 32 GB. It has been adopted by camera manufacturers as replacement for the older FAT32 file system.
GetDataBack Simple automatically recognizes the file system of the drive it scans. Version 3 now supports Windows NTFS, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, as well as Linux EXT2, EXT3, and EXT4. More...
Boot into WinPE from a CD or USB stick
We have written a plugin for WinPE which allows you to insert our software into a WinPE boot medium. More...
GetDataBack Simple V2.00 Supports Linux EXT
Our flagship data recovery solution for Windows file systems now supports Linux EXT as well. This will allow you to perform data recoveries of NAS devices where Captain Nemo was unsuccessful.
Version 2 can work with image and virtual image files and recover data from RAIDs as well.
GetDataBack Simple's clean interface guides you to your lost data in no time. You are literally one click away from your files. GetDataBack Simple is the data recovery software for the 99%. You can recover it now. No manual to read, no ostentatious options, no kidding.
GetDataBack Simple recovers data from NTFS, FAT, and EXT file systems. More...
Windows 10 supported
Our data recovery software has been thoroughly tested. It works on all Windows versions since Windows 95, up to Windows 10, 32-bit and 64-bit.
Runtime Live CD Released
Runtime Software has released a Linux-based bootable live system. The bootable CD-ROM features automatic hardware detection and support for many network adapters, graphic cards, hard disk controllers, SCSI and USB devices, and other peripherals.
The Runtime Live CD is ready-to-use and preinstalled with all our data recovery tools. The Live CD is an ideal recovery environment as it is Linux-based, and therefore less prone to a Windows tendency to manipulate and change Windows-formatted disks. This reduces the risk of overwriting data that you want to recover, especially on Windows boot disks (C:). The Live CD provides access to network resources and the Internet. More...
From the BlogWhat Product Do I Need?
December 11th, 2012
You have so many products, what product do I need to recover my data?
Let us start with the basic questions, is the drive a single drive or do you have an array of drives?