Choose ReclaiMe File Recovery
- Very simple to use - no technical skill required at all.
- Preview recovered data even before recovery is finished.
- ReclaiMe works with most media (from MicroSD to Bigfoot hard drive, you name it).
- Covers most any filesystem there is, including ReFS, the latest of Windows filesystems.
- Got awards and reviews from trusted sources.
Cases of data recovery
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Meet new software
Newly released ReclaiMe Pro is highly configurable data recovery software specially tailored for technicians.
Multiple filesystem recovery, partition recovery, high-speed imager, disk editor, comprehensive RAID analysis and recovery.
For more information visit www.ReclaiMe-Pro.com.
Data storage devices
ReclaiMe File Recovery recovers data from
ReclaiMe File Recovery recovers files from
NTFS, and ReFS filesystems, used by Windows from XP onwards and by digital cameras and similar devices.
EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, and XFS filesystems
used in Linux and most NAS devices.
HFS+ (Mac OS Extended), and
, used by Apple Mac computers and iPod players.
Note: ReclaiMe data recovery software needs Windows to run. It does not run on Apple Mac OS.
To recover data you need to attach your Mac storage to a Windows PC.
Add-on - Free RAID Recovery
ReclaiMe Free RAID Recovery is free and it can reconstruct most known RAID types,
namely RAID 0, RAID 5, RAID 0+1, RAID 1+0, and RAID 6.
Our RAID recovery software is capable of recovering array parameters such as start offset, block size, member disks and data order,
parity position and rotation.
For more details visit www.FreeRaidRecovery.com.
Other data recovery tools designed by us are listed on data recovery programs page.
Free Data Recovery Training
At the moment, we are busy developing a free training course in logical data recovery. So far, we have covered RAID recovery pretty good and with some in-depth details. The course will help those who want deeper knowledge in data recovery. It is structured into video lessons, practice tasks, and tests.
If you want to preview what we have so far, visit www.data.recovery.training