Lost Files? Deleted Data?
Try CBL Data Recovery Software to retrieve your missing information
CBL Data Recovery Software
Is CBL Data Recovery Software for you?
Data loss is not a matter of if, but when. So, when you experience data loss and need help to restore the files that you’ve deleted and/or lost from your Recycle Bin, even after it has been emptied or you want to retrieve files lost from a virus infection, an unexpected system shutdown, a hard drive crash, accidental deletion, hacker attack or a software failure, CBL Data Recovery Software is for you.
Whether your missing data resides on a NTFS, FAT32 or FAT16 external or internal hard drive, USB pen, USB thumb drive or removable media, CBL Data Recovery Software can search for, locate and recover your data. CBL Data Recovery Software comes with easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions to assist you in your recovery of your email messages, files and folders. And, you can preview the files before you complete the recovery.
If you like what you see, buy a License Key to activate your copy and restore your files.
Downloadable from the convenience of your own desktop, CBL Data Recovery Software is your affordable data recovery option when you have a limited budget or no IT personnel on staff.
|CBL’s cost-effective Do-It-Yourself (DIY) data recovery software will help you to:
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Software Version: 184.108.40.206C
License: Not required for free trial. License Key US$39.99
Minimum System Requirements
- Windows 2000, Server 2003, XP Home/Pro or Vista.
- Pentium II – 350Mhz Processor.
- 10MB available hard drive space for installation
- 64MB RAM
Note: You should NEVER install CBL Data Recovery Software on the same disk where your lost files are located: doing so may write over the very information you need to recover. For the same reason, NEVER save recovered files to the same disk: recovering files works by making a COPY of the deleted data, which, again, may write over the very files you need to recover.