MiniTool Power Data Recovery

By | January 8, 2017

Power Data Recovery is available in 3 editions, starting from $69: Personal, Commercial and Enterprise.

Personal License – click box

Commercial License – click box

Enterprise License – click box

I ‘reviewed’ Power Data Recovery before here. MiniTool Power Data Recovery is one of the few tools I tried that passes the ‘Data recovery from unknown disk‘ test! Based on that it is a highly recommended tool.

Since I now have a registered copy to play with I’ll do a more in depth review soon (note, mentioned 100% discount that I used is no longer available).

About MiniTool Power Data Recovery:

Power Data Recovery is a risk-free and READ ONLY data recovery utility that helps you in recovering your all important data lost after accidental format, virus problems, software malfunction, file/directory deletion, or even a sabotage! It is an easy to use data recovery utility that examines your inaccessible hard drives for damages and corruptions and recovers the data back.

Select Volume to Scan Preview and Select Files

Supported file systems: FAT 12/16/32 and NTFS (including compressed and encrypted volumes). Power Data Recovery can be used on a variety of storage mediums, such as but not limited to hard disks, disks, Smartmedia™, Compact Flash™, Memory Stick and other.

New: Also supports CD and DVD Recovery!

Ability to scan all volumes in a local machine and build a directory tree of all lost and deleted files. Power Data Recovery supports Windows Simple and Dynamic (software RAID) Volumes . It has the ability to resume the last recovery result.

Abstract Minitool Power Data Recovery test:

MiniTool Power Data Recovery

Looks like we’ve got another good one here. I am still running the Lost Partition Scan option, but the scan progres window looks quite promising: It is not just looking for partition boot sectors, but for a wider range of file system structures such as NTFS File records. Which already reveals a more intelligent approach than some of the others.

Power Data Recovery scanning for lost partitions scans for other file system structures too!

Power Data Recovery scanning for lost partitions

Yes, nicely done Power Data Recovery. It shows me the NTFS partition although it has reduced the size to 74 GB. If I open the volume it shows me the directory tree as it should.

MiniTool Power Data recovery shows the folder tree, good job!

MiniTool Power Data recovery shows the folder tree!


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