EASEUS Partition Recovery 5.6.1

EaseUs Partition Recovery is a free tool that can recover and restore lost or damaged partitions in many cases. It can recover partitions on most hard disks, including IDE, ATA, SATA, and SCSI drives and FAT, NTFS, and EXT formats, for both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows. It recovers MBR and GPT partitions, too.

EaseUs Partition Recovery main features:

  • Free for both home and commercial users.
  • Use it with ease: a wizard interface walks you through all the partition recovery process.
  • Recover deleted or lost partition quickly and easily.
  • Offer several optional scan areas helps locate the lost partition quickly.
  • Support FAT, NTFS, Ext2/Ext3 file system.
  • Support IDE / ATA / SATA / SCSI drives.
  • Support Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7.

What's new in this version:

  • Brand-New welcome screen
  • Integrate "Data Recovery" feature so that users can use our data recovery software for lost data recovery

Download: EASEUS Partition Recovery 5.6.1 | 17.1 MB (Freeware)
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View: EASEUS Partition Recovery Website

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I have used both their Data Recovery Software as well as Partition Recovery and I found them both extremely reliable. I once started formatting my hard disk (my main back up one) by accident and I stopped the process mid-way. Of course, it would no longer appear in "Computer".

I used EASEUS Partition Recovery and it found an invalid as well as a "lost" partition. The lost partition was the one that had been lost. I must have damaged the partition table in the MBR but EASEUS Partition Recovery successfully restored everything and I had full access to my data within seconds.

My second success story is when I tried to recover a single file "menu.lst" from a formatted (intentionally) UFD. I tried various tools, may be about 10 different tools claiming to "recover" my data but they all showed a bunch of useless .DAT files so none of them worked the way I expected them to.

Then I tried EASEUS Data Recovery and believe it or not, it did the work so well, it showed the *entire* file system structure of the UDF as it was when it wasn't formatted. I simply could not believe it. I was able to explore folders and files as if the disk was not formatted at all. I tried recovering some files and it worked fine. All my disks were MBR, not GPT.

I am happy to see the changes they have done with this new version.