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Free - Seagate Premium File Recovery Software (MacOS + PC)

Read carefully, do not hit the download software button... Scroll further down to purchase it for zero dollars!

1 - Go Here: https://pixel8data.com/diy-software/#purchase

2 - Scroll down to where it says add to cart (I added both versions)

3 - Update the quantities if you like, but they will still only send one serial number common for all your copies... Proceed to checkout
If you really need more serial numbers, just create a new order!
I was going to go for 51 copies of each, but that's just... Some of you know what I mean! ;)

4 - Enter your information (no CC needed), I created an account at the same time, but that's up to you... Place your order

5 - You will receive an email with your serials, or if you created an account, it will also be in your order history.

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Recoverable File Types
BMP, GI, SVG, PSD, EPS, EMF, JPG, PNG, PDF, TIFF, PPT, PPTX, DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, RTF, OUTLOOK, TXT, MPP, CHM, VSD, MP3, WMA, WAV, MP4, MOV, WMV, 3GP, SWF, ASF, AVI, FLV, FLA.
Seagate's Premium File Recovery Software is free currently
by Martin Brinkmann on February 14, 2020

If you have talked to Seagate support recently, you may have received the tip that the company's premium file recovery software,
called Seagate File Recovery Software Premium, is currently available free of charge.

The file recovery solution, while designed specifically for Seagate, works with any type of local storage device including devices not manufactured by Seagate.

The program, which has a retail price of $100, can be downloaded for free for Windows or Macintosh systems.
While the process involves adding the item to the cart and checking out, it is not necessary to enter billing information.
What you do need is a valid email address as license code and download link are sent to that address.
More info here: https://www.ghacks.net/2020/02/14/seagate-premium-file-recovery/
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Is this software any good? Hope to never have to use it. Keep multiple backups folks!
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CoolDudeClan wrote: Is this software any good? Hope to never have to use it. Keep multiple backups folks!
I don't know, and hoping not to have to know!

Supposedly they sell it for $100 ???
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CoolDudeClan wrote: Is this software any good? Hope to never have to use it. Keep multiple backups folks!
Tried to copy files from my main HDD to the backup one using the Shield TV, when I tried to check its status later in the day found out both HDDs were corrupted.

Bottom line, 1 backup ain't enough Confused Face
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I only got 1 key on my email when I asked for 5. Ah well.
NoCountry4RFDer wrote: Tried to copy files from my main HDD to the backup one using the Shield TV, when I tried to check its status later in the day found out both HDDs were corrupted.

Bottom line, 1 backup ain't enough Confused Face
That's why I have more than a few.
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NoCountry4RFDer wrote: Tried to copy files from my main HDD to the backup one using the Shield TV, when I tried to check its status later in the day found out both HDDs were corrupted.

Bottom line, 1 backup ain't enough Confused Face
I digitized old family videos that were recorded on 8mm film, I think I have them backed up to 4 hard drives. Anything that would be devastating to lose should have at least 3 backups in my opinion....
FreezingCanada wrote: We voted him in as God of RFD last month. Where were you during elections...?
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Failed while installing on Windows 8.1. Anyone else?
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michelangelo88 wrote: I only got 1 key on my email when I asked for 5. Ah well.
As I said: 3 - Update the quantities if you like, but they will still only send one serial number common for all your copies... Proceed to checkout

If you really need more serial numbers, just create a new order!
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I'll give it a try .
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I don't get it. It just shows me all of the files I already have when I do recovery. Nothing that had been deleted. I tested it across different HDD. What does this have on recuva?

I still upvoted this post though
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If it was not for RFD I would have dismissed the whole thing as a phishing attempts, website looks fishy at best
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zhadj030 wrote: If it was not for RFD I would have dismissed the whole thing as a phishing attempts, website looks fishy at best
I was sceptical too, but it seems like this website is owned by Seagate!

Domain:
pixel8data.com
Registrar:
MarkMonitor Inc.
Registered On:
2018-02-12
Expires On:
2021-02-12
Updated On:
2020-01-12
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Organization:
Seagate Technology LLC
State:
CA
Country:
US
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zhadj030 wrote: If it was not for RFD I would have dismissed the whole thing as a phishing attempts, website looks fishy at best
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CoolDudeClan wrote: I digitized old family videos that were recorded on 8mm film, I think I have them backed up to 4 hard drives. Anything that would be devastating to lose should have at least 3 backups in my opinion....
And 1 off-site backup! Keep a copy at a family members house! :)
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There are plenty of software out there that does the same and is free as well.

Here they collect all your data.

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