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GetDataBack Pro Data Recovery Software For Windows Download 5.55

Oct 9,2021 - Runtime Software (Free)

14.94 MB (Safe & Secure)

GetDataBack Pro is a completely redesigned and rewritten Data Recovery solution for Windows and Linux file systems. Developers have combined decades of data recovery experience with the newest technologies. GetDataBack Pro‘s clean interface guides you to your lost data in no time. You are literally one click away from your files. The app is the data recovery software for 99%. You can recover it now. No manual to read, no ostentatious options, no kidding.

The graphic interface of GetDataBack Pro is user-friendly and you only need to select the drive you want to scan for previously deleted files. Depending on its size, it might take a long time until the initial scanning is complete, yet it is best to allow it to take as much time as it needs, while also avoiding to use the PC for strenuous tasks in the meantime (this will only make the scanning process take even longer to finish).

It combines recovery capabilities for NTFS, FAT, exFAT, and EXT. You do not need to find out beforehand which files system your drive was formatted with. GetDataBack Pro‘s recovery engine internally uses four distinguished sophistication levels that automatically escalate until good results have been achieved.

One license for three program versions
The tool comes with free updates for the lifetime of the software. Unlike competitors who require you to buy a new version every year, first customers from 2001 are still enjoying the newest versions of software! Customers who bought the app for FAT, an app for NTFS, or Get DataBack Simple in the past can use their existing license key for Get Data Back Pro.

The software is more than an undelete or file recovery program or a system restore
It will recover your data if the hard drive’s partition table, boot record, FAT/MFT or root directory are lost or damaged, data was lost due to a virus attack, the drive was formatted or re-partitioned, a power failure has caused a system crash, files were lost due to a software failure, or files were accidentally deleted. It can even recover your data when the drive is no longer recognized by Windows. It works on hard drives, SSD, flashcards, USB sticks, etc.

Get everything back, the safe, easy, and fast way
Advanced algorithms make sure that all files and directories are put together as they were, and that file names are reconstructed correctly. It employs a number of approaches to your data, depending on the actual condition of your drive. Four different escalating sophistication levels ensure your files are recovered.

GetDataBack Pro Data Recovery Software For Windows Features

  • Recover ALL your drive’s data
  • Restore file names and directory structure
  • Safe, read-only design
  • One easy click, it is simple, simpler, simplest
  • Lightning-fast operation
  • Supports all hard drives, SSD, flashcards, USB
  • New, redesigned, and rewritten, using the newest technologies
  • Supports NTFS, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, EXT, EXT2, EXT3, EXT4
  • Free to try
  • Free lifetime updates with purchase
  • Run Get Data Back from the Runtime Live CD or a WinPE Boot Medium

GetDataBack Pro For Windows FAQ

Can I use GetDataBack to recover data from CDs, CDRs, and DVDs?

No, GetDataBack recovers from hard drives, SSD drives, floppies, USB drives, SD cards, Flash drives, and Images, but it is not suitable for restoring optical media data.

During the scan with GetDataBack, I receive a disk error. What does this mean?

A disk error is a sign of a hardware problem. It might be better to make a disk image first, as every attempt to access data can increase corruption. After successfully creating an image, you can use the image file as an input for GetDataBack. It can also be appropriate to continue and ignore the error, especially if you scan the drive with a low sophistication level and intend to recover only a couple of files.

I cannot open the recovered files. Why?

There are two possible reasons for the inability to open the recovered file:

  1. New data overwrote your files. In this case, there is no way to retrieve the files.
  2. The second possible reason is that you have chosen the wrong file system entry in the Select File System screen. Be sure to select the file system that contains the most applicable information about the partition you want to recover. Try other entries from that list.

Will GetDataBack work on a hard drive larger than 2 TB?

Yes, GetDataBack works on hard drives of any size. Keep in mind that your computer, BIOS, hard drive controller, and operating system (Windows) must support your drive’s size too. This support might be a concern if you try to recover data from a modern large drive on a machine that is a couple of years old.

How do I recover encrypted drives?

Third-party software-encrypted drives behave transparently, once they have been unlocked. That means you can run GetDataBack on them as you would on a regular drive. It might be helpful first to image the unlocked volume, and later run GetDataBack for this image.

Some USB drives are hardware-encrypted with the encryptor build into the USB controller. The good news is, most of these controllers use the same key.

System Requirements

Operating System Windows 7, 8, 10
Memory 4 GB RAM

Screenshots of GetDataBack Pro Data Recovery Software For PC

Official Video of  GetDataBack Simple quick demo

GetDataBack Pro Software For Windows

What’s New In This Version:

GetDataBack Pro 5.55
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GetDataBack Pro 5.50
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GetDataBack Simple 5.01
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GetDataBack Pro For Windows Overview

Technical Specification

Version V 5.55
File Size 14.94 MB
Languages English
License Free Trial
Developer Runtime Software


GetDataBack Pro comes in handy to all those who want a hassle-free application to recover the data they have mistakenly erased or that was deleted by malware. The software solution can restore data from NTFS and FAT file systems, and users only need to preview and select the documents they want to recover.


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