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Recovery recovers files and folders from all types of hard drives formatted
with NTFS, including SSD drives and external storage. The NTFS file recovery
tool can perform a simple undelete operation to recover deleted files or
perform a comprehensive data recovery procedure, extracting all files and
folders from the damaged NTFS volume complete with the original folder
Recovery recognizes and recovers NTFS alternate data streams, and supports the
recovery of compressed and encrypted files. The NTFS recovery tool works in all
32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows including those that do not natively
support the NTFS file system.
• Offers the
best value to users of modern versions of Windows (Windows XP and up) thanks to
exclusive support for the FAT file system;
formatted partitions and restore original volumes from repartitioned hard drives;
• Undeletes all
types of files including pictures, music, videos, documents etc.;
• Recovers data
from formatted, corrupted and inaccessible NTFS disks and SSD drives;
• Restores files
from formatted NTFS volumes and repartitioned disks;
• Extracts information
from volumes with broken file systems, damaged partition tables and master boot
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Themain contexts where hard drive data recovery software is found useful include: 1.Missingfile or directory 2.Formattedhard drive 3.Deletedfile or directory 4.Unbootablehard drive 5.Inaccessiblehard drive 6.Recoveryof deleted files and folders on FAT and NTFS hard drive or partitions 7.Datarecovery on damaged FAT and NTFS partitions 8.Damagedor corrupted partition table
Some folks have had good luck resolving issues like you have by deleting the
INFCACHE.1 file, which can get corrupted with bad data and cause issues. The
file is located at C:\Windows\inf. There, scroll down to the INFCACHE.1 file
and right click it and select delete. To do this, you will likely have to
give yourself permission to delete it, because of Windows built-in security. Just right click the file, select Properties and then click on the
security tab. Let us know whether this procedure does anything. Sometimes
it does and sometimes not.