Recover damaged disks and lost partitions with SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor. Did you accidentally delete a file or folder, or formatted a hard disk by mistake? Did your hard drive crash so badly you cannot access it anymore? Was your file system or partition table messed up by a virus or hardware failure? Look no further! SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor will heal your hard drive, cure partition tables and boot records, restore corrupted files and repair directory structure completely automatically. Windows has a built-in tool to check and fix corrupt hard drives, and possibly restore access to damaged disks. The built-in error-checking utility can help in simple cases, but cannot help if something more severe than an unscheduled computer restart has happened. It was never designed to fix severely damaged hard drives and re-create lost directory structures after formatting a disk. SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor is designed to carefully rescue as much data as possible from seriously corrupted file systems and hard drives in dangerous conditions without requiring any specific knowledge from the user. A simple wizard will guide you through entire process of saving your work by automatically scanning your hard drives for lost or corrupted partitions, re-creating file and directory structures, and finally letting you select files and folders to recover. To ensure highest levels of safety while working with already damaged disks and file systems, SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor uses low-level sector scan. As an extra security step, SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor can create a virtual image of a hard drive being recovered, and only access the image instead of working directly with the corrupted disk. These precautions ensure highest levels of safety to your important information. SoftAmbulance Partition Doctor can automatically fix and restore files, folders, partitions and system structures such as NTFS, FAT, MFT and MBR. It supports all Windows versions.
What's new in version 5.23
ReleaseSeptember 14, 2011
Date AddedSeptember 15, 2011
Operating SystemsWindows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP