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