Zero Assumption Recovery 9.2 Build 2 Technician Edition (2012) PC

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Program name: Zero Assumption Recovery
Program version: 9.2 Build 2
The address of the official website: ZAR
Interface language: Multi / Russian
Treatment: included
System requirements:
Windows XP / Vista / 7
Zero Assumption Recovery is a program for recovering data from damaged hard drives and then writing them to other media. Recovers data from FAT, NTFS, EXT2/3 and ReiserFS partitions, including those located on RAID0 or RAID5 hardware arrays. It can work with long file names and various languages (including Russian), supports NTFS compression. There is a digital photo recovery mode and automatic search for lost partitions. From the disk on which you need to restore the information - do not run!

Main features:

[li] Supports FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS file systems (in all versions)
[li] Limited ext2 file system support (Linux)
[li] Supports recovery of hard disk partitions
[li] Supports recovery for RAID0 and RAID5
[li] Supports long and national file names
[li] Native NTFS compression is supported[/li][/li][/li][/li][/li][/li][/li]

ZAR compares favorably with other data recovery utilities:

[li] Firstly, ease of use. If you are at least somewhat familiar with the computer, you will be able to restore data using ZAR yourself. ZAR is ideal for PC users who know what a hard drive is and how many of them it has in the system. More technically savvy users are given the opportunity for detailed customization.
[li] Secondly, it's worth it. Recovery of critical data requires special care and thoroughness. ZAR slowly and methodically scans your disk, checking and rechecking everything, and as a result restores as much as possible. The programs quickly complete the analysis in a matter of seconds and do not give anything. ZAR persists and wins.
[li] Third, ZAR is more efficient than the others. We understand the value of lost data, and therefore every piece of data extracted can be vital. When restoring, the algorithms of our utilities never completely rely on data from a damaged disk. If there is an inconsistency of any kind, then the truth is established by careful checks and rechecks.[/li][/li][/li]

Treatment procedure:

[li]Install the program, do not run it.
[li]Copy and replace the file from the Crk folder to the folder with the installed program[/li][/li]
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