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Active UNFORMAT Professional V3.0.8.0 Incl. Key - P2P.rar


How to Recover Formatted and Deleted Data with Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0




Have you ever accidentally formatted or deleted a disk partition and lost your important data? If so, you are not alone. Many people face this problem every day and look for a reliable and easy way to recover their files. Fortunately, there is a solution: Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0.




Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 Incl. Key - P2P.rar



Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 is a software utility that can restore formatted and deleted disk partitions as well as data from any storage device, such as HDD, SSD, USB flash drive, memory card, etc. It supports all file systems, including NTFS, FAT/exFAT, HFS+, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4fs, etc. It also works with all Windows operating systems, from Windows XP to Windows 11.


In this article, we will show you how to use Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 to recover your data in a few simple steps.


Step 1: Download and Install Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0




The first thing you need to do is to download Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 from the official website or from a trusted source . The file name is "Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 Incl. Key - P2P.rar". You will need a software like WinRAR or 7-Zip to extract the files from the archive.


After extracting the files, run the setup.exe file and follow the instructions to install the software on your computer. You will also need to enter the license key that is included in the archive to activate the full version of the software.


Step 2: Create a Bootable Disk or USB Drive




The next step is to create a bootable disk or USB drive that contains the Active UNFORMAT software and a complete and functioning operating system on it. This will allow you to boot your computer from the disk or USB drive and access your local disks and system without loading Windows.


To create a bootable disk or USB drive, you will need another software called Active@ Boot Disk Creator, which is also included in the archive. Run the BootDiskCreator.exe file and select the type of media you want to use (CD/DVD or USB flash drive). Then, select the ISO image file that is located in the BootDisk folder of the archive (ActiveBootDisk.iso). Finally, click on Start to begin the process of creating the bootable disk or USB drive.


Step 3: Boot Your Computer from the Disk or USB Drive




Once you have created the bootable disk or USB drive, you will need to restart your computer and change the BIOS settings to boot from it. To do this, you will need to press a specific key (usually F2, F12, Del, or Esc) during the startup process to enter the BIOS menu. Then, look for the boot order or boot priority option and move the disk or USB drive to the top of the list. Save the changes and exit the BIOS menu.


Your computer will then boot from the disk or USB drive and load the Active@ Boot Disk operating system, which is based on Windows 11 22H2. You will see a desktop with several icons on it, including Active UNFORMAT.


Step 4: Run Active UNFORMAT and Scan Your Device




Double-click on the Active UNFORMAT icon to launch the software. You will see a window with a list of all detected devices and partitions on your computer. Select the device or partition that you want to recover data from and click on Scan.


The software will scan your device or partition and find all existing and deleted partitions and volumes on it. You will see a tree view of all found partitions and volumes on the left panel and a list of files and folders on each partition or volume on the right panel.


Step 5: Preview and Recover Your Data




You can preview any file by right-clicking on it and selecting Preview from the context menu. You can also filter the files by name, size, date, or type using the toolbar at the top of the window.


To recover your data, select the files or folders that you want to restore and click on Recover. You will need to specify a destination folder where you want to save the recovered data. Make sure that the destination folder is on a different device or partition than the source device or partition. You can also create a disk image of the source device or partition and save it to the destination folder for further recovery attempts.


Wait for the recovery process to complete and then check the destination folder for your recovered data. You can also verify the integrity of the recovered data by comparing the file properties and contents with the original ones.


Conclusion




Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 is a powerful and easy-to-use software that can help you recover formatted and deleted data from any storage device. It supports all file systems and Windows operating systems and comes with a bootable disk or USB drive that allows you to access your data without loading Windows. It also has a user-friendly interface and advanced features that make data recovery a breeze.


If you have lost your data due to formatting or deletion, don't panic. Just download Active UNFORMAT Professional v3.0.8.0 and follow the steps in this article to get your data back.


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