Find lost files

Losing a file on your PC can sometimes be as bad as losing your keys but help is at hand. Marketing Results has launched PowerQuest's Lost & Found -- a $129 application which recovers deleted, corrupt or damaged files that result from situations such as system failures, disk crashes and accidental deletion.

Lost & Found does not need to be installed prior to the loss of files and the program can be run from a floppy disk.

Three steps are involved in the recovering process, says Marketing Results: "The user first indicates which drive the lost data is on and where the recovered files will be saved. Lost & Found then analyses the drive and reports the odds of data recovery."

The user decides which files are to be recovered and Lost & Found saves them, the company says.

One feature of Lost & Found called Advanced Search and Find locates all files located on a disk, "as long as that file has not been overwritten", Marketing Results claims.

Marketing Results

Phone: (02) 9899 5888

http://www.marketingresults.com.au

http://www.powerquest.com

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