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DiskInternals Flash Memory Recovery Software
Mark Peters : March 27th 2006 - 00:05 CET
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DiskInternalsDiskInternals Flash Memory Recovery Software : DiskInternals Research, a respected innovator in digital photo recovery technologies, announces the release of DiskInternals Flash Recovery 2.0. This application gives you a wizard-style user interface that lets you recover deleted or lost photos from various storage media, including cameras, flash memory devices, hard drives, and external drives. Now, you can recover photos and even movies you may have lost due to a hardware malfunction, a virus attack, or simple carelessness when you or some other people have deleted them by mistake. Version 2.0 comes with a new extra features and improvements that make the process of photo recovery even faster and more convenient for home users.
DiskInternals Flash Memory Recovery SoftwareFlash Memory Recovery Software
DiskInternals Flash Recovery has been designed with the home user in mind, the one who has no knowledge of recovery technologies. This is reflected in the user interface, which is made as a wizard to guide you through all the stages of photo recovery in a point-and-click fashion. The wizard restricts your efforts to selecting a storage media and a type of scan, either fast or full drive. The scan and recovery are fully automated, so there is even no need to attend to the process. However if you stay at your computer, you will be rewarded by a slideshow. As soon as the first recoverable images have been found, DiskInternals generates their thumbnails and, instead of a dull progress bar, you will see an animated slideshow of the search results.

DiskInternals File Recovery technology
With the DiskInternals' software in place, you can recover almost all popular image formats. The program is very good at restoring RAW, CR2, CRW, TIFF, and JPEG photos from formatted memory cards. All other image formats are also supported and recoverable. Moreover, you can use DiskInternals to recover deleted movies, which may be in the AVI, MOV, and MPEG formats. Regardless of what you are trying to recover, the program always demonstrates excellent results. They are due to the unique recovery technology - expanded file search. The DiskInternals' artificial intelligence analyzes every bite of the memory card and compares it to the equivalent in its own base. This enables you to recover photos from the memory cards that have been damaged or formatted.

Flash Memory Recovery Software - Photo thumbnails
The results of the scan are displayed as thumbnails in the wizard's window. You can preview any of them full size, be it a photo or movie, simply by double-clicking on the appropriate thumbnail. The selected item is displayed in a separate window along with its information, including the name, image format, and size. The Preview option is available even in the free trial version. Another convenience comes with an ability to filter found items, which allows you to narrow your view and see photos and movies that fall into a particular category. You can categorize items by their type (photos, RAW photos, movies), size, or their status (lost and deleted files, or existing files). What's more, you can specify your own file mask to categorize. All in all, DiskInternals software makes a perfect companion for any home photo enthusiast.

DiskInternals Recovery Software - Price & Availability
DiskInternals Flash Recovery 2.0 requires Microsoft Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003 and costs $39.95 (USD) for a single-user license. Registered customers are entitled to free upgrades and priority technical support. Discounts for volume buyers are available. Additional information on DiskInternals Flash Recovery, as well as an evaluation version with the locked Save option is available from the DiskInternals website.

About DiskInternals Research
DiskInternals Research is a privately-held technology company. Since its foundation in 2003, the company has focused on the development of automated data recovery software for Microsoft Windows. Their family of products lets users recover any data from any storage media, including hard disk drives, all types of removable disks, digital cameras, CD and DVD disks. DiskInternals is the author of DiskInternals NTFS Recovery, DiskInternals Uneraser, DiskInternals CD/DVD Recovery, DiskInternals FAT Recovery, DiskInternals NTFS Reader (freeware).

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