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Drive/File Recovery SW - Stellar/Prosoft? Used one of these?


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Hi all, seeking some advice/assistance!

I want to use some software to be able to search a drive originally formatted as HFS+ ... so, Mac compatible software, for missing and/or deleted .jpg files.

On the Windows side, I've used Stellar Windows Data Recovery - so, I considered using Mac Data Recovery by Stellar ... or, Prosoft Data Rescue.

Anyone have any experience or recommendations on these or something else? I'm leaning toward Stellar since I'm used to it already.

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Data Rescue 3 would be the most obvious. There is a demo version available from Prosoft's web site which will show what may be recovered wigth the $99 registered version.


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