How to download Data Recovery Pro
One wrong click and an important email can seemingly be gone for good. However, ParetoLogic Data Recovery Pro is ready to come to the rescue. As well as retrieving deleted email messages and attachments, this sophisticated software can find all kinds of files on your drives that you thought were lost forever. Follow the instructions below and click the "Download" button to install Data Recovery Pro and get your files back!
Download your free scan...
Click the "Download" button and a standard File Download message window will appear. Follow the instructions that best suit the browser you are using:
- If you are using Internet Explorer as your browser, a browser Security Warning dialog box displays like the one below. You will need to click Save or Run to install the application.
- If you are using Firefox as your browser, you will be asked "Would you like to save this file?" Click the Save File button to save the file to a location (we recommend that you save the application to your desktop).
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NOTE: The download is a free evaluation version for diagnosing computer issues.
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and tools, purchase is required.
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If you choose to save the application, we recommend that you save it to your desktop and initiate the free scan using the desktop icon. Should you choose not to save the application, you may simply initiate the free scan by clicking the "Run" button on the File Download Window.
Internet Explorer File Download Message
Firefox Browser File Download Message
NOTE: Your browser's file download message may not appear exactly as shown.
Get started, follow the InstallShield Wizard:
Once the file has downloaded, give permission for the InstallShield Wizard to launch by clicking the "Next" button. Continue following the InstallShield Wizard to complete the Data Recovery Pro installation process.
Please follow the steps shown by the InstallShield Wizard
The Data Recovery Pro icon is on your Desktop —
Comprehensive retrieval of lost and deleted files... including emails!
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