Program for retrieving corrupted files

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What's the best program that I can use to repair a corrupted file or at least salvage some of the data within the file?

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Program for retrieving corrupted files


Hello Monica Shantelle,

That surely is a problem having a corrupted hard drive which has a lot of really important files. Well, do not worry; most of us, computer users, have this kind of problem. In despair, we tend to search for Software's that features recovering files from corrupted hard drive, or damaged hard drive.

Anyway there are a lot Software's we can use though it cannot actually repair our hard drive, at least we can retrieve our important files. Well, check out this link. You can have a lot of options to choose from. Here it is:

It has the hottest deals, and Software's in data recovery. If ever you are still confused on what to choose, then I suggest you use the Zero Assumption Recovery.

It is so easy and simple to use. Besides that, it supports all other media like USB, SD Card, Memory Cards, and other kinds of storage media.

Well any of those software I'm sure they will all work.

Hope this helps.

Tron Len

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Answered By 581810 points N/A #115416

Program for retrieving corrupted files


In case you encounter a corrupted file or maybe one of your important documents got corrupted, you can use a program called File Repair to fix your corrupted file. It is capable of repairing wide variety of file types and can fix files that can no longer be opened. It also scans corrupted files and extracts all recovered data into a new file.

File Repair supports the following file formats: DOC, DOCM, DOCX, RTF, MPG, XLS, XLSX, XLA, ZIP, RAR, PPT, MOV, RAW, AVI, MP4, FLV, TIFF, WMV, ASF, ACCDB, JPEG, WAV, GIFF, BMP, PNG, PDF, MDB, MDE, ACCDE, PPS, PPTX, and MP3. It supports Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.

It scans the computer for files that are somewhat damaged and creates a new usable file. The new file contains as much of the recovered data that are extracted from the corrupted file. Though it can fix corrupted files, most of the files consume time to scan and there are also files that can no longer be fixed. The only complaint that the program receives from most users is its plain and simple user interface.

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