KiwiG Data Recovery 6.2.2 era disponibile come app gratuita il 11 febbraio 2014!
KiwiG Data Recovery è un potente software di recupero dati in grado di ripristinare dati persi a causa di cancellazione, formattazione perdite di partizioni, danneggiamento della root o altre ragioni. Con i suoi 3 moduli integrati (ripristino file cancellati, ripristino da formattazione, recupero partizioni), KiwiG Data Recovery può soddisfare le esigenze di diversi utenti e recuperare i file persi da hard disk, fotocamere digitali, chiavette USB, memory card, flash card ecc.
Windows 8.1/ 8/ 7/ Vista/ XP/ Server 2008/ Home Server 2011; File System: FAT (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32), NTFS, NTFS5, EXT2, EXT3; CPU: At least with x86; RAM: At least 128 MB; Disk Space: minimum 32 MB
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KiwiG Data Recovery for Mac permette di recuperare i dati persi a causa di hard disk corrotti, flash drive formattati, cancellazioni accidentali e mancanze improvvise di energia elettrica.
KiwiG iOS Data Recovery estrae dati persi o cancellati (fino a 13 tipi di dati) da dispositivi iOS e backup di iTunes.
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Installed and registered on a Win 8.1 Pro 64 bit system without problems.
The company, New Zealand based?, comes again with an eMail address, but no information about the company itself.
After installation an interface, decent and fresh "apple" green, starts and gives the user the choice, which type of date to search and on a second window, where to search. Simple, clear and understandable. Virtual partitions are not listet in the recovery modul.
I first choosed "video" on a test drive, It found some files - but the "preview" gave only a preview od the hex-code or the ASCII code. Okay, it has not an video player built in (and must not).
A second test with images gives the same result. And that's not, as it should be. You can preview the "Text", the "Hex", but when you want to preview the .jpg file, the software gives an error message :"Warning! Not support the image format!" (no, this is not a Kiwi company, but something from the China or so...: CHENGDU YIWO Tech Develeopment)
So the file preview, which should work for simple images or parts of it, does not. Negative!
When recovering the images, it shows, that the images itself cannot be read. Exactly for this reason the preview should work.
A simple recovery system with a friendly user interface, but lacking the features of other so called "Pro" software.
Unistalled via reboot.
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Looking for phone, address etc I found not a single information on the net. The name "kiwi" suggested to be from Australia or Newzealand but nobody seems to know.
"Website Age 2 months 21 days " ...
"Kiwigeeker.com seems to be quite trustworthy website , it is 2 months old ."
Sorry, just detected that today there are two, really two (!) publishers mentioned above: "EaseUS Software, KiwiGeeker". EaseUS has nothing to do with US but is situated in China and is known for some good GOTD. Big question resolved. But why this disguise? Not increasing trustworthiness for everybody!
Download of free version on
is same size as Pro version.
Is KiwiG Data Recovery 6.2.2 the free version? Probably not. The above prize $59.95 is the same as for KiwiG Data Recovery Pro on http://www.kiwigeeker.com/data-recovery/
But I couldn't find any comparison between free and Pro versions.
Therefore I suppose that this GOTD corresponds to Pro version but without update and support. Is this correct? I hope this soft works more precisely than all mentioned description hickhack.
Normally I tend to download any recovery software available free just in case and I'm preferring portable ones because what good is a software which by installing afterwards overwrites just recoverable information on install partition then lost forever. And a lot of people tend to act only afterwards.
I won't give any recommendation today. There are some favorites like Recuva to try first. But as practise tells you perhaps have to try all programs you have got because you can't foretell which program will produce best results in your special case. And for folders or files you can "merge" the outcome of different programs to get best combined results.
Some Freeware from Convar's recovery specialists I used in the past successfully for harddisks, good explanations to be found here:
+ download link:
or for memory cards:
+ download link:
Other sites are telling it's up to Windows 8!
As far as I know you have to run recovery software as adminstrator.
Beware of programs which give no second chance i.e. don't let you store recovered files elsewhere. Telling you a partition is repaired or 10 000 files recovered doesn't mean this is true. If original data are altered any more successfull/better program is blocked.
@ KiwiGeeker / EaseUS Software
Therefore my question to "EaseUS Software" and/or "KiwiGeeker" - I hope one of them will be able to answer:
Is all recovery by KiwiG Data Recovery 6.2.2 (especially partition recovery) destruction free (READ ONLY access to medium)?
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On purpose, I deleted some jpegs to check if this program really works.
1. First I tried Deleted File Recovery It found nothing.
2. Then I tried Format Recovery It found a bulk of pictures, but upon recovery the pictures had no information and all picture viewers said the picture cannot be displayed. All pictures were empty.
3. Then I tried Partition Recovery and it found nothing at all.
Given credits to the generosity it's free today and it my be useful for others, I like to give Thanks to Giveaway of the day and KiWiG.
As last thing, I found it rather amusing and I couldn't help laughing at their statement on the website (not meant to be sarcastic):
"KiwiGeeker's mission is to introduce a Green Concept for digital environments: We provide clean, safe and fresh software"
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Installed without any problems on XP-SP3. I had an SD card that I had used in an old camera that was formatted before the pictures had been saved. Easily recovered most of the photos (some had been overwritten).
Other GAOTD program offerings could not find these photos. Seems to work as advertised. Thanks GAOTD and KiwiG.
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I have a little micro SD card from my car video; the files were deleted and the card has not been used since, up to now nothing has been able to recover the video files.
I tried today's download using the deleted files selection, it found nothing but suggested a deep scan which I started but the estimated time kept rising, when it got to 5 hours plus I decided to stop the search.
I keep reading about Recuva and found I had a copy, so I tried it.
It immediately found the log files as do most recovery programs but no video, so I tried a more thorough scan and it found 149 files including a number of the video files after 40 min, and much to my surprise some were viewable.
I'm not going to bother with other recovery programs I thought the speed was excellent considering it was a 32 gig SD card and it had found videos nothing else could find, quite frankly amazed.
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