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Recently my Windows XP was corrupted and inaccessible, lady luck also not in my side, the only softcopy backup also partly corrupted during the image retrieval. I lost all photos in the Bersih rally and several other memorable events.

This Minitool Power Data Recovery saved my day after 904 files were retrieved from the empty camera MF card, almost all lost photos taken in 2011 are fully recovered except a few images corrupted.

I also retrieved many old data from the formatted harddisk after I reinstalled Windows XP.

The bad news is most old and deleted digital data in your harddisk can be retrieved by Police unless you physically destroyed the harddisk by smashing it with a hammer.

Below is software introduction from its website,

Support HFS+ file system with new Graphical User Interface.

Unlike other data recovery software, MiniTool Power Data Recovery is an all in one data recovery software for home and business user. It can recover deleted data from Windows Recycle Bin, restore lost data even the partition is formatted or deleted, restore data from corrupted hard drive, virus infection, unexpected system shutdown or software failure. It support IDE, SATA, SCSI, USB hard disk, memory card, USB flash drive, CD/DVD, Blue-Ray Disk, iPod.

MiniTool Power Data Recovery contains five data recovery modules – Undelete Recovery, Damaged Partition Recovery, Lost Partition Recovery, Digital Media Recovery, CD & DVD Recovery. Each data recovery module focuses on different data loss scenario. The best of all, it is absolutely free for home user.

Reminder: The latest free version 6.6 limits total recovery data to 1GB. Its older version 6.5 allows unlimited files recovery.

Download site: http://www.powerdatarecovery.com/power-data-recovery.html

Click here to download for older 6.5 version >>>

Rating: 5/5

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Simon G says:

Microsoft no longer support XP.
It has a shelf life and programmed to ‘self-destruct’ to force you to upgrade. Otherwise Microsoft cannot sustain its business. That’s my guess.

You should consider using the new Apple Lion. Get a Mac and you should not have a mouse problem, and before you lose more data.

nkkhoo says:

Microsoft still support XP because 30-40% people still stick to old XP OS. Why people pay for upgrade if XP is doing a good job for them?

I do not like Apple and MS OSs, but no time (no urgency also) to migrate to open source OS.