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    Default Recover Lost Partitions with Partition Find & Mount

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    Partition Find & Mount implements a new concept of deleted or lost partition recovery. It works in the most convenient way possible — by locating and mounting partitions into the system, thus making those lost partitions available to you like any generic disk volume. Partition Find & Mount will work in case Master Boot Record is missing, damaged or overwritten.

    Partition Find & Mount is:
    * Easy to use. You do not need special knowledge to use the software.
    * Safe to your data. There is no possible way you could get things worse.
    * Free for personal use. Use it as much as you like.

    What's special in this program is that it allows you to mount lost partitions right into the system, so the operating system sees that lost partition like a good one.

    This software also has the possibility to create and mount images of the entire hard drive or separate partitions.
    •Supported File Systems: NTFS all versions, FAT12 (floppy), FAT16, FAT32

    Professional version of Find and Mount has no speed limitations and is allowed to be used for commercial needs, for example, in a data recovery business.

    Lost or deleted partitions can be found with Partition Find and Mount. In the easiest case, if MBR is the only structure that is corrupted, it will take just a second for Partitions Find & Mount to find all partitions!

    Supported Operating Systems: Windows Vista 32-bit, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000.

    Partition Find & Mount has 2 versions free personal and pro as shareware.

    Both of them can be download from the below link
    Partition Find and Mount — free partition recovery software.



    Why upgrade to Partition Find and Mount Pro? Partition Find and Mount is a fully functional software without expiration date or trial period and can be used for as long as you like. The only limitation it has is the speed limit of the data transfer from recovered and mounted volumes. The limit is 512 KBytes per second which is enough for generic home use.
    Last edited by ha14; 11th September 2009 at 20:03.

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    Looks good and useful. Thanks for the heads up

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