EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is an advanced Data Recovery Software which solves all data loss problems – recover files emptied from Recycle Bin, or lost due to software crash, formatted or damaged hard drive, virus attack, lost partition and any other unknown reasons under Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008 R2 SP1/Windows 7 SP1. It will do an amazing job when the data loss disaster strikes, especially when you want to recover data from formatted drive. Data Recovery Wizard supports hardware RAID and hard drive, USB drive, SD card, memory card, etc. It provides the comprehensive data recovery solution for computer users to recover lost data.
When to use EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard?
- Data Recovery Wizard WinPE Edition can recover lost data in case of any boot-up problems.
- Hard Drives that have been formatted.
- Corrupted or missing critical file system structures.
- Accidental file deletion.
- File loss without reason.
- Unexpected system shutdown or application failure.
- Computer viruses and worms infection or corruption.
- Partition structures are damaged or deleted.
- Damage due to a power failure or surge.
- Various kinds of file system corruption.
- Recover files from devices with unknown file systems including Hard Disk, external ZIP/USB drive, removable SmartMedia, MemoryStick, SD cards, etc.
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Free Serial License Key
EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard is normally priced at $69.95 per serial number / license key. As part of Winx software company giveaway promotion, interested users are currently entitled to grab a free copy of EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard 5.5.1 full version at no cost. You just need to download the full version installer from this link and install it. This is a special edition with in-built license, no additional serial number / license key is required to active full version.
Note: DO NOT UPDATE this old version, of else the program will ask for a serial number!!! (Thanks to Victor )
It is VERY IMPORTANT you do not create, modify, or edit data on the drive that your lost data resides on. This includes, but is not limited to, installing new software (such as data recovery Recovery) to the drive, running software on the drive (including your operating system), or creating new files. This file activity may cause partial or even permanent loss of your deleted data.