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Data Recovery for FAT, FAT32, NTFS, EXT, XFS

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Current files are located on the following IPs: 207.250.191.12462.212.150.73

Outer mirror site one (www.regnow.com)

Outer mirror site two (www.diydatarecovery.nl)

Note: We prefer to use WinZip, WinRar, WinAce, 7zip to extract zip, rar, 7z, ace files. For data iso files we recommend you use freeware Daemon Toos lite.

Note: All files listed on this site are tested by the ESET Smart Security. If you like to test this file by another security software we recommend you select some in our antivirus section.


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ntfs, raid recovery, data recovery, deletion, NAS recovery, file system damage, raid damage, unformat, file recovery, deleted files, format recovery, linux recovery, RAID reconstruction, undelete

End user agreement for iRecover

License Agreement


This license is a legal agreement between you and DIY DataRecovery.
This agreement stipulates the following:


- General

By using the software you have indicated you accept the license terms.

A license is not transferable.

You can use the demo version(s) of the program(s) to determine if the program(s) can recover your data. Once you have determined it/they can fully or partially recover your data and you intend to use the program for said recovery, or you intend to keep the software for later use, you must purchase and register the program(s).

One single user license permits you to use the licensed program(s) on all computers that you, as one individual private/home user, own and/or lease and to electronically store the program(s) for future use.

The single user license may not be used in an environment where data recovery is performed as a commercial service; for this a technician license is required.

If any DIY DataRecovery program (with the exception of the software that is released as freeware) is used in any of the following environments;
- Governmental
- Educational
- Commercial Data Recovery services related
you are required to purchase a technician license.

You are allowed to redistribute the demo version(s) of the program(s) as long as you do NOT charge for the program itself. In addition it is not permissible for you to change the distribution format or the contents of the distribution in any way.

You are NOT permitted to redistribute the licensed program(s) and/or accompanied documentation.

DIY DataRecovery will provide registered users with technical support through use of the online forum, Website FAQs or e-mail. All aspects of product use will be supported, within reasonable boundaries; the support staff will determine boundaries if needed. An initial support request must be submitted through the online forum.

The purchased license is not a contractual agreement between DIY DataRecovery and the licensed holder for guaranteed data recovery. DIY DataRecovery does not guarantee that the software and/or documentation will meet your requirements.

DIY DataRecovery can not and will not guarantee a positive data recovery outcome. Advice given through documentation, DIY DataRecovery’s website, or email comes 'as is'. DIY DataRecovery can not and will not be held accountable or responsible for any damage that is inflicted by the person(s) using the information and/or programs we supply.

DIY DataRecovery may use forum or email correspondence for assembling online recovery guides or FAQ documents.

It is not permissible for any person(s) to decompile, disassemble or change the program code in any way.

DIY DataRecovery endeavors to develop software to the highest possible standards but we can not be held responsible and therefore accountable for any limitations and/or bugs.

- Updates / Upgrades

If updates are available, DIY DataRecovery will make these available on the website.

An update is a newer version of the program that fixes bugs and/or adds functionality that doesn't cause the number in front of the period to change.
For example, the program version changing from 1.1 to 1.2 is considered an update; 1.2 to 2.0 is considered an upgrade.
Although DIY DataRecovery has a history for making upgrades available free of charge for registered users, it does not guarantee this practice indefinitely.


DISCLAIMER

DIY DATARECOVERY DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE SOFTWARE IS ERROR FREE.

DIY DATARECOVERY DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE SOFTWARE, EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT OF THIRD PARTY RIGHTS.

NO LIABILITY FOR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES. IN NO EVENT SHALL DIY DATARECOVERY BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR INDIRECT DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING OUT OF THE DELIVERY, PERFORMANCE OR USE OF THE SOFTWARE, EVEN IF DIY DATARECOVERY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES.
IN NO EVENT WILL DIY DATARECOVERY'S LIABILITY FOR ANY CLAIM, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, TORT OR ANY OTHER THEORY OF LIABILITY, EXCEED THE LICENSE FEE PAID BY THE BUYER.

All registered trademarks used herein are registered to whomever owns them.
This notification is given in lieu of any specific list of trademarks and their owners.