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Disk Doctors Mac Data Recovery software debuts

updated 09:45 am EST, Thu January 8, 2009

Mac Data Recovery

Disk Doctor Labs has announced its new Disk Doctors Mac Data Recovery software. Compatible with Mac OS X Leopard and Tiger, the stand-alone software solution supports both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs and provides recovery from hard drives, camera/flash cards, FireWire drives, and USB drives. The software features a user interface that the company claims allows even a novice to handle complex recovery, support for both HFS+ and HFSX file systems, and an advance volume scanning option that helps in variety of unique situations, including recovering formatted volumes, volumes when not getting mounted, volumes having damaged partition map, volumes having corrupt catalog file or any kind of corruption in B-Tree.

The software, which utilizes a non-destructive read-only data recovery mechanism, also offers a lost volume search to locate lost/missing volumes and the ability to preview files before recovery.

Disk Doctors Mac Data Recovery version 1.0.1 is available through the Disk Doctors Online Store and Disk Doctors Authorized Resellers for $180 (other volume and site licensing pricing options are available as well). A demo is available online.




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