Does SecureRecovery for Flash recover a specific type of file? Will it be able to restore data from my flash-based device?
This program is not designed for a specific type of file. It targets all of the data contained on a flash-based device, using an advanced process to restore your information to a working state. It is an effective tool for treating corruption and other logical issues on flash media (including camera cards, USB sticks and more).
Should I download the demo to try the program before buying the full version?
The demo version is free and can help you determine whether SecureRecovery for Flash will be able to restore your files. We recommend downloading the demo version and reviewing the sample recovery output before deciding whether or not to purchase the full version.
Which product license should I choose when placing my order?
Licensing options vary depending on how you will use the software. Some features may not be available with all versions of it, although any of the licenses will provide you with access to powerful data recovery tools. View our Licensing page for detailed information.
Does the demo version of SecureRecovery for Flash have any major limitations? How does it differ from the full version?
Yes, the demo version is limited. It is designed to recreate the media structure of your flash device and to determine whether files are recoverable, but it will only recover the structure (including folder listings, etc.), not actual files. Instead of recovering files, it creates text documents populated with the it version number.
The full version is not limited to a number of files or an amount of data.
I ran SecureRecovery for Flash on my flash-based device, and the recovered files have different sizes than my original files. Is this normal? What causes the change?
Yes, this is a normal artifact of the flash media recovery process. Some file areas will be seriously damaged or unrecoverable, even on a fairly healthy device, and it will replace these areas with blank space. As a result, the recovered files are often smaller than the original files. This does not mean that they are seriously damaged or inaccessible.
After running SecureRecovery for Flash, I encounter corrupt or unreadable files. What can I do?
File corruption can occur for many different reasons. it may not be able to restore all of your data, but because it is not designed for a specific file type, you may still have options if some files appear garbled, corrupted or unreadable.
We recommend attempting additional repairs with one of our other file recovery tools. Use a tool designed for your file format, and download the demo version of the utility before making a purchase. This will allow you to safely restore your damaged files without unnecessary expenses.