MiniTool Power Data Recovery is one powerful recovery software program that runs under normal operating system and we ran a giveaway of the personal version before. But what really separates it from other photo recovery software is the fact that even its Boot edition can recover lost data from crashed operating systems.
You can choose to create a bootable CD/DVD or a bootable USB Flash drive. This bootable CD/DVD or USB Flash drive will help you boot a computer with a damaged operating system. Once the computer boots up, you can use MiniTool Power Data Recovery to recover lost data.
A simple wizard will help you install MiniTool Power Data Bootable Media Builder on your Windows-powered computer. A wizard will help you create a bootable CD/DVD or a bootable USB Flash drive. If your OS is damaged and your computer refuses to boot, use the bootable CD/DVD or USB Flash drive to boot it up and then use MiniTool Power Data Recovery to recover lost data.
MiniTool Power data recovery boot disk is not free to get and it originally charges $69. We are giving away 5 license codes of this boot version. The giveaway version is only for personal use and not free to upgrade. If you want the life-time upgrade version, please go to their official website to purchase one.
How to participate in the MiniTool Power data recovery boot disk giveaway
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You can omit optional steps from the list above. The giveaway starts right now, and will finish on Feb. 22, 2015. We'll choose 5 random lucky winners and each lucky winner will get one free license of MiniTool Power Data Recovery Boot Disk. We will update this post about our winners when the giveaway period is over.
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14 thoughts on “MiniTool Power Data Recovery Boot Disk Giveaway”
I own a technology company, and i will use this software for maintenance of computers and recover lost data.
Thanks for this great chance to complete my toolbox.
Seriously, i did not know this was a payed ad-don to the Minitool Power Data Recovery.
Good idea. :)
I use Power data recovery and the software is very good for recovery file and partitions lost.
It is always good to have something in your sleeve in case of system failure. To be honest minitool partition wizard is my friend for few years now and it seems to be best hard drive managment tool so far.
For maitenance of VM’s with Windows 10 (I using CZ and EN version) and i didn’t use snapshots or the another snapshot like-look crap.
I already have a registered version of Power Data Recovery, but it didn’t include the Bootable CD, this will complete the Software Suite.
I need it because Minitool are the best! Always use these apps.
Well, you can also make use of Remo recovery tool, which is an efficient one. It can easily help you to recover data.
Mini tool helps me to recover my data, when my computer has been crashed (happens a lot of times),
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I own a computer repair business and this kind of software is something i use everyday to help my customers get their computers back in working order and get back their data
PDR is a great tool and really looking forward to trying the bootable version.
I’ve had to reset and reinstall Windows 10 about 20 times since I upgraded to it.
I’m nearly 70 and I scanned some of my Dad’s extremely rare World War II Atlantic and Arctic Convoy duty photos and colourised them, then due to my inexperience I never backed them up and they got lost in all the reinstalls.
I’d like to use the MiniTool software to try and recover them along with some of our other family photos of being in Malaya and Singapore during the 50s and 60s when we lived there while Dad was stationed out there too.
I’ve only used computers for about the last 10 years since I left active military service, initially to keep my mind active at least doing something new and challenging, and now pretty much it’s all I do to keep up with the ever-growing world of technology and the rest.