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ArtPlus Digital Photo Recovery 7.2 Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — ArtPlus Digital Photo Recovery 7.2

Recover deleted images from your digital camera!
$24.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 54 (71%) 22 (29%) 45 comments

ArtPlus Digital Photo Recovery 7.2 was available as a giveaway on July 20, 2018!

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$49.99
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All-in-one Video/Audio Converter and Editor.

If you deleted some images from your camera memory card by mistake, don't fret! ArtPlus Digital Photo Recovery will help you recover them through a simple three step procedure, even if you formatted the card in the meantime! Select memory card and click Start. Wait until scanning is finished, preview and select images that you wish to restore and click Restore. That's it! Open folder with restored images and rejoice!

System Requirements:

Windows 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10; Memory card reader

Publisher:

Art Plus Inc.

Homepage:

https://artplussoftware.com/adapps/eng/dpr.htm

File Size:

4 KB

Price:

$24.95

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#11

Dear GOTD users!
We kindly ask you ALWAYS study readme file to know the registration procedure
or program download workflow for every separate program you get from us!

Every offer may differ, so we always include readme for your convenience.
Please don't ignore readme file as it is there for a reason!

GOTD team

Reply   |   Comment by Helen  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+23)

Helen, I did exactly what the read me says; instead I got this message "Oops! Something went wrong! :(
You either entered the wrong code or the giveaway expired!
But you can still get a special offer and buy ArtPlus Digital Photo Recovery now for only $14.95!" Help!

Reply   |   Comment by Ed Lim  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-5)

Helen, Comment no.12 helps. However there's no more application to open. Anyway I just uninstalled the whole program. Thnaks.

Reply   |   Comment by Ed Lim  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#19

Does it work in windows 10? I have tried this. It was installed but not working.

Reply   |   Comment by Siva Kunchala  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#18

There was a time during the earlier days of the PC that the end user did not have very many options for recovery should there be a problem with a hard drive or a floppy, or any of the other media choices that came later. Even if the disk was readable, often the data could not be accessed in a manner that allowed saving files from the media.

Today, there are quite a few end-user programs that can do a lot of recovery as long as the disk is accessible by the operating system. Having tested several, it didn't take long to see that some do not come anywhere close to what others can recover. For that reason, whenever I have a flash card or USB stick that contains files that I need to recover, I never do the recovery then re-format the media. Instead, I replace it with a new media card, then I hold onto the media that needed recovery so that I can test other recovery programs later on. By doing so, I have found that a newer version of a recovery program (or a different product) can sometimes do a better recovery than in the past. In same cases, files that i thought would have to be forgotten after my first recovery were recovered successfully later on.

Files needing recovery can be on media that the directory got clobbered but the media itself is fine, or it could be that the operating system is having trouble actually reading the media surface (accessing the media). If the operating system is having trouble reading the media, the most important thing is to get an image of that media created as quick as possible, and save it somewhere that is more reliable. That way, the image file can be examined by the recovery software but without the worry that the media is about to fail, and everything is lost.

Today's offer does have the option to create an image that can be scanned as a separate step. I am not sure if that image this program creates can be accessed by other software, but I would presume so; otherwise, the image creation process would need to insert something into the file that would prevent other recovery software from being able to read it. I still need to test that functionality.

Several of the recovery software programs on the market come up with the exact same files recovered. Others, work differently and can come up with a lot more files. I compared today's software with some media that I have already recovered, so I have a good comparison of what is accomplished compared to other recovery software.

In my test, I used a 64 G Flash drive that was a copy of a hard drive, so there are not only photos (taken with a camera) but many other images, such as from the Browser cache. Many of the camera files were from several different cameras. Each camera has its own dimensions. I knew that many of the smaller files were from the browser cache, so I decided to sort the list of images to recover based on the dimensions of the file. This gave me a better idea of whether the results were taken with the same camera or not. Now, I could step through the results, almost camera by camera. At the smaller dimensions, most of the files were browser cache images, and so not important for recovery.

The program produces a list of files that can be recovered, and they are numbered by some arbitrary number that is probably related to where the data was found, but not necessarily very useful to the end user. This is quite common for recovery software. The list of files that can be recovered can be previewed, and on the preview list, the files can be selected or deselected using a checkbox to allow the user total control over what they wish to recover. This program came up a much longer list of files to recover than other recovery software, however, it is hard to say how valuable the result are. In my case, I had a list of 111,722 files found.

It produced many pictures that are corrupted (part of an image is at the top, but the rest of the image is distorted lines).
It produced many pictures that consisted of multiple parts from other images. For example, there were several beach scenes with several waves rolling in. Some of the result pictures would be made up of three beach wave parts that did not match. The ones with people in them might start out at the top with the head of one person, the body of another, and the legs of a third, all with waves in the background, but not matching of course. That suggested to me that there might be some intended intelligence being applied to determine how to construct some of the images. One example had the top crown of a head (hair only showing) from a portrait shot, and below it a partial face and body from a photo that was taken as a full-figure shot. The intelligence part must know that one portion is part of a head but without the intelligence to know that it is a portrait shot, so matching it with a full-body shot is not going to produce a viable image.

As humorous as the results were, I commend the developers for attempting something different. Who knows, maybe they get lucky sometimes can come up with accurate results that they might not have come up with otherwise. That also means that possibly some of my results that were correct images might not have been recoverable in any other way.

One thing that makes me doubt the how well the software works however was that it produces many pictures that are identical to others, sometimes hundreds of the same file, often together and often intermixed. For one image, I had 255 in a row of the same image at the same size. The same image appeared many more times in the full list of files that could be recovered.

It took many hours of stepping through the list. Even though the program has checkboxes, with such a large list, it would be impossible to remember which images I had chosen to recover or not. The only solution would be to recover all of the images, then use a duplicate finder program to thin the results down.

The end result, was that the program did not appear to come up with more recovered images than any other recovery software. Regardless, I will hold onto the program just in case.

Reply   |   Comment by Gary  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#17

ust ran the installer and the default installation folder offered to me is:

C:\Users\USAERNAME\Programs\Art Plus\DPR

COuld someone please tell this developer that is NO place to install a program! The rights are all wrong for program files it is not even a suggested location to create a "Programs" folder heirachy in the Users directory tree!

Programs that install into the Users folders are generally trying to let non-admin users install programs when they don't have the right to do so or permission of the computers admin. If I remember right google used to try that trick with some of their products. This also would not work here since deep scan for lost phtographs will require admin rights to access the physical drives on a system so use will still require admin rights so it might as well been installed into the best practice locations and not as it is unless the developer is an absolute novice and keeps configuration and writable configuration files in the installation folder and not off in the proper places that allow writing without admin rights...

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

TK, what you're saying is just nonsense! All programs that are not meant to be used by everyone with access to the PC are installed into USERS directory! This has nothing to do with any malicious intents, nor developers inexperience.

Please do not write about things you clearly do not understand.

Reply   |   Comment by NP  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

NP, clearly you do not understand MIcrosofts security layers at all! IF you install a program into your users folder heirachy that then offers the read/write permissions to non-admin users to all the improperly installed program files it permits ANY script or program operating at the same rights level as the logged in user to write to and change/infect the executables and DLL's and any other file without even having to get elevated rights. Only UNATHORISED users who don't have admin rights in another account or in the current account via UAC prompt need this style of bypassing permissions and security layers. IT IS A WRONG WAY TO BUILD A WINDOWS PROGRAM. It is wrong to do it to circumvent group policies or the adminstrators rules. It is wrong to do it if you don't know how to program properly. ALL programs are supposed to be installed into the Program Files heirchy and nowhere else unless they are designed to be portable and copied onto removable media.

IF a program is intended for use by ONLY the currently logged in user then it too should be installed into Program Files heirachy but the start menu shortcuts should be in the Users accounts Start menu and desktop and not in the System wide Start Menu and Desktop locations and the writable data files should also be placed in the current users AppData\Roaming\publisher\Programname folder.

I assure you I am not writing about things I do not understand but you certainly apear to be writing about what you do not understand if you think it correct practice to put executables into a folder heirachy where the inherited ACL permits non-elevated accounts to infect and modify with impunity!

In this instance it is clearly done because the developer has NOT learned how to compose an embeded manifest to correctly request elevated rights for the installer so they in their ignorance figured where can we put this so it does not need elevated rights to install it... and they invented a new folder heirachy just for their badly written program!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

I meant... USERS/USERNAME/...

Reply   |   Comment by NP  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)

Actually, you're both right to some extent!

As TK mentioned, our program does NOT ask for administrative privileges!

But contrary to his concerns about security issues, this is actually SAFER!

Microsoft advises developers NOT to ask for admin rights unless they're really needed!

Why? Because, people will get used to giving admin rights to just anything they install! And if you do give the admin rights to some malware by mistake, that program will be allowed to do just anything on your PC!

On the other hand, programs installed without admin rights (like Digital Photo Recovery) can't change anything on your PC!

So TK, your worries are unfounded!

This directory was chosen not because of our inexperience but because of our experience! We made the installation process simpler, and actually safer, for our users. Our program DOES NOT need any extra privileges nor access to your computer files!

Of course, you can always choose to install it into the "C:\Program Files\..." folder, and give it the admin privileges.

Oh, BTW... we've been creating software for more than 20 years, and Digital Photo Recovery alone has more than 10 Million users worldwide :)

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

One more thing TK, about deep scan you've mentioned...

This program is specifically designed for MEMORY CARD recovery!

While it CAN be used for hard drive recovery, this is not its purpose. There are other simpler tools that can do that better even free of charge.

Still, if you would have to use it in such a manner, nothing would stop you from giving admin rights the moment you initiate a procedure that could eventually need it.

Administrator privileges are NOT required for MEMORY CARD recovery!

I hope this clarifies the situation a bit :)

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Scott V., access to physical drives rather than partitions requires elevated rights. If the drive has letter and valid file system then you do not need elevated rights to see it but if the format is trashed then the program will need to access the physical drive with elevated rights, if you do not provide it with elevated rights it will not see the physical drives whether they be SD or XD or SATA or USB hard drives or any other type of mass storage device. Try it yourself with a program that gives access to physical drives like HxD hex editor disk editor in extras menu.

Well written programs know how to request elevated rights when it needs them and relinquishes the elevated rights when it doesn't but this programs installer is built in Delphi rather than using a well established installer engine like Inno or NSIS or Wix or even installshield. I suspect the bad installation paradigm of this program is due to the developer trying and failing to re-invent the installer and how they install a program rather than using well matured engines and learning how it is supposed to be done. When I installed this tracing the installation it also created a second new folder called Uninstall Information and a custom Delphi uninstallation executable... Their installler does not honour the user selections it offers I told it not to create a desktop shortcut yet it ignored the selection and created one anyway! So the installer they've written is not only written wrong attempting to re-write windows program construction conventions it also does not honour the settings it offers the user at install time.

There is ONE good feature they have (assuming it works) and that is to be able to create an image file of a damaged drive to a different drive and to then search that image file instead of the original failed drive.

BUT all the files it claimed to find that could be recovered were not even deleted files! But normal files that are available with their proper attributes in windows explorer but only mangled file names within the program.

This program does not offer access to the physical drives if you give it elevated rights or not... the developers don't even try that depth of data recovery!
For me this program is a fail in design and implimentation the developers need to learn the basics of windows program development following best practice and not just make it up as they go along and then learning by the school of hard knocks that they are doing it all wrong and need to restart the project from scratch if they ever want to be taken seriously as a software development company and not just some ignorant hack that makes their customers machines more vulnerable by just installing their software on a machine because they install it in an unprotected location.

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

TK, You wrote:

" if you do not provide it with elevated rights it will not see the physical drives whether they be SD or XD or SATA or USB hard drives or any other type of mass storage device."

This is not true so I'm not going to comment anything else you wrote on that matter... You're just wrong!

You do know "something" but you know what they say: "A little knowledge is often more dangerous than no knowledge at all".

Anyway, this discussion is well above the scope of this forum. We're not discussing development techniques here, nor are we here to learn programming. We're here only to help people run and use the given software.

If you believe you're up to that, you may as well write your own software and offer it through GOTD yourself.

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Scott V., take a tool like HxD.exe execute it non-elevated and it wont see the physical drives only the logical windows volumes. Run it as an administrator and it will see and offer up the physical drives for editing as well as the logical windows volumes.

You are incorrect in that this "forum" or more correctly comments section is to both share info with other users of varying technical ability, as well as provide feedback technical or functional to the participating developers. You may think your only here to help people run and use given software but I am not GAOTD customer support or contracted customer support. That is not MY sole function. I'll do it when necesary but that is just a tiny part of commenting and not even the stated purpose of the comments section!

I made the claim I made based upon experiential evidence. I am not claiming it is impossible to enumarate the physical drives non-elevated but if you want to read and write them too then elevated rights is essential, I believe it is often called direct drive access rather than abstracted via an installable file system driver.

If I recall correctly this tool did not use elevated rights or direct drive access and as a result would only search existing drive letters surface allocations for patterns indicating lost partitions which means you have to reformat the drive for this program to see the drive to offer to find lost partitions which makes it far less likely to recover previous contents intact. Which was the reason for my statement. IF I have a 2TB drive with 3 partitions on it for certain operations I will want deleted file recovery in which case I will only need access windows logical volumes but if I requre full lost partition recovery I need the program to be able to select the physical drive dimensions from LBA 0 to end of physical or electronic media as even USB sticks, SD cards or any other bulk storage devices can be partitioned if the correctly designed drivers are used.

You have taken a long time to formulate and post a reply this giveaway was nearly two months ago!

If I ever decide to produce paid for programs I might well choose to market them via GAOTD but I am far more likely to do open source products and freeware or patch existing programs which have no need to be marketed or promoted via GAOTD or any other site thank you.

Of course if a developer want's to ignore advice or dispute it they are free to do so but at least provide some evidence to back up your stance and don't just make unfounded "You are wrong" without at least citing how you have come to that conclusion and explain how one gains access to unformatted media without drive letters in windows with this program?

I refer you back to the axiom "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing" like allowing a standard user access to deleted files of other users and maybe administrators since ACL's no longer apply to deleted files do they? Not responsible programming is it? Or even a "Guest" user if that account is enabled may be able to install your tool and harvest previosly deleted folders from a system because of the way this program is designed to be installable and executable by a user with restricted rights. SO yes a little knowledge without consideration for consiquences IS a dangerous thing!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Scott V., Just to be open minded to the possibility that I may have been judging this program harshly and be incorrect... I recently obtained a damaged 256MB XD card that does not show as formated in windows. In HxD I can view the raw sectors and see it has data on it FAT area and root directory and a subfolder with many deleted JPG files within that folders directory.
I re-installed this giveaway but put it in a Program Files subfolder where all legitimately installed programs belong, it retained the previous registration from the original giveaway installation which was handy but not necesary as no image recovery proved possible... see later on.

If I do not assign a drive letter to the card reader this program fails to even see the physical drive AS I SAID IT WOULD. If I assign it a drive letter this program shows the letter in available drives but recovers nothing from the card.

Whilst if I try EASEUS Data Recovery Wizard Pro 4.3.6 from a previous giveaway and it saw the card with or without a drive letter assigned and found the lost FAT16 partition and the FAT directories and 310 deleted JPG files the vast majority recovered successfully. The ones that got corrupted were probably fragmented files which would not be resolvable in a corrupted FAT16 file system. So I stand by everything I said and this program does not prove anything different!

Reply   |   Comment by TK  –  Last month  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#16

After installed and clicked about, it was showing version of software. I did not find anywhere to enter code.

Reply   |   Comment by Siva  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#15

Hello
the download only contain the redme file no program software or anything.How you supposed to open the file if is not there?

Reply   |   Comment by Barnabee  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-4)
#14

The website seems to be broken. I get a 'hmm, we can't find that page error' after the popup goes away and tries to load the site.

Reply   |   Comment by Shrek  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)

Shrek,

Don't know where you clicked... everything is up and running smoothly :)

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Scott V., Did you look at #12 comment that I wrote, (Rena)
it should help you. Hope it helps. Rena

Reply   |   Comment by Rena  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0)
#13

i only get the readme file when i click the link?

Reply   |   Comment by Ivan Sørensen  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#12

Gotd sent me: SHOULD HELP EVERYONE :-)
Response comment:
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[ Rena ],

The ext file SHOULD say:

[ 1 ] browse to https://artplussoftware.com/dpr

-- and enter the gift code [ GOTD ] which will generate a license key,

-- copy the license key,

-- and download the program from the same web page,

[ 2 ] install the program,

[ 3 ] then enter that license key ... from the program's opening screen, click on

-- [ About ],

-- [ Enter License Code ] ...
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You can find more details by following this link:
https://www.giveawayoftheday.com/artplus-digital-photo-recovery/#comment-593944

Reply   |   Comment by Rena  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#10

someone forgot to add the program its just a read me file that's all its in there .I down lowed it twice just to check and same thing happen

Reply   |   Comment by hawken  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

You must visit the website to download it and generate the license code.

https://artplussoftware.com/dpr

Enter the gift code: "GOTD"

This will generate the actual license key for the program.

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)

hawken, READ MY LAST COMMENT :-)

RENA

Reply   |   Comment by Rena  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)
#9

I figured it out , Duh me, not awake this morning,. :-)

Reply   |   Comment by Rena  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-2)
#8

Only text file, no zip ? Or am I missing something?

Reply   |   Comment by Rena  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

Rena, No, just a txt-file:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/h5qvbnyup0a5coa/Inhoud_GOTDzip.png
and in the Readme is a link for a site and a couponcode:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/lmtinxkh1cu225b/Aanvraagpagina.png
and: https://www.dropbox.com/s/s1of3jbhbq0qslp/Aanvraagpagina-2.png
and: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ba47cux15t7xtnm/Aanvraagpagina-3.png

Reply   |   Comment by Ootje  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+13)

Ooje, Thank you my friend :-) Have a great weekend !

Reply   |   Comment by Rena  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

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[ Rena ],

The ext file SHOULD say:

[ 1 ] browse to https://artplussoftware.com/dpr

-- and enter the gift code [ GOTD ] which will generate a license key,

-- copy the license key,

-- and download the program from the same web page,

[ 2 ] install the program,

[ 3 ] then enter that license key ... from the program's opening screen, click on

-- [ About ],

-- [ Enter License Code ] ...
.

Reply   |   Comment by Peter Blaise  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+4)
#7

Could be useful to someone, however, I find the best policy is not to delete them in the first place and to make regular backups on the computer and other devices.

Reply   |   Comment by Stefos  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)

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[ Stefos ],

... and if you come home with a corrupt card, or a friend can't share their photos because they formatted their card before downloading, then use this software ( or equivalent ).

With equivalent software, I recovered tons of photos from used cards ... now how to find the original photographer ...
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Reply   |   Comment by Peter Blaise  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-3)
#6

I can't seem to get this to install on Windows 10 64 bit 1803 updated version.

When I run the software, as Administrator or not as Administrator ad box temporarily shows up and then disappears.
Any idea's as to why this could be happening?

It's not my Antivirus, I've tried disabling it, although it was not flagging it to begin with.

Reply   |   Comment by James  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

I solved my issue on installing this software, thought I would mention how in case it might help others.

This is the first time I have had this happen. Strange as it may sound, I use Revo Uninstaller Pro and was right clicking selecting "Install With Revo Uninstaller Pro". Every time I select that a setup box would appear and then shortly disappear.

I install most everything with Revo Uninstaller Pro tracking it's installation.

I got around this issue by first select "Open" without using Revo Uninstaller Pro, then when the SETUP/Install Screen appeared and stayed this time, without selecting anything I right click on the install file again and selected "Install With Revo Uninstaller Pro", now while I got the same result with the window opening and closing I still had the SETUP/INSTALL screen on the desktop, this time with Revo tracking the installation, so I proceeded to install and was able to save the installation tracking using Revo.

I was able to register the software without any problems.

Thank you GOTD & Art Plus Inc..!

Reply   |   Comment by James  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)

James, In this Win10, the same as yours, no problem at all.

Reply   |   Comment by Ootje  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+7)
#5

I tested it on my camera's memory card and it found over 900 deleted photos and over 30 videos. I did not try formatting the card and re-testing and I don't know what makes this any better than any other recovery program. I did like the interface with the large preview icons and checkboxes for picking which images you would like to save.

Reply   |   Comment by Say  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)

You should try the formatting, just don't do it without backing up the photos and videos before doing so, as some images and some videos may be lost this way. There is no 100% recovery on formatted cards.

Is it better than other programs? Some yes, some no. There are many similar programs out there, most use the same technology with similar results. Only the oldest and simplest ones will not recover from formatted cards.

Software today... it's the same as with the bread these days... Black bread, white bread, whole wheat bread... they're different but you can eat them all and get fed :)

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+15)
#4

Excellent, sorted, thanks for your quick response. Happy to recommend. Last year I successfully completed a 42 day Surviving off the Land Challenge and filmed it. However, there was an electrical storm and I lost a lot of the footage. With your excellent software, I could have probably recovered it !

Reply   |   Comment by james Whiteside  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-21)

james Whiteside, did you not try other recovery-software?
And GOTD offers a lot of them.
And there also a lot of free software.

Reply   |   Comment by Ootje  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)

Ootje, Hi and thanks for your reply, I tried some when I came back 'on-grid' nothing seemed to work and I'm NOT a computer expert. Maybe I re-formatted it for another job too early

Reply   |   Comment by james Whiteside  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+1)
#3

You must enter the Gift Code: "GOTD" to get the free license.

Not in the program but on the web page https://artplussoftware.com/dpr

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+3)
#2

I haven't clicked on negative for this as theres time to put it right but when I downloaded it just a file directing me to a web page downloaded so theres no registration details, just to buy it?

Reply   |   Comment by james Whiteside  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-1)

Hi James,

When you visit the page, enter the gift code: "GOTD"

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+5)
#1

Hey there!

When you visit the program page:
https://artplussoftware.com/dpr

Enter the gift code: "GOTD"

This will generate the actual license key for the program.

Reply   |   Comment by Scott V.  –  3 months ago  –  Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+10)

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[ Scott V. ],

... and,

[ 1 ] after downloading the program from the same web page,

[ 2 ] and installing,

[ 3 ] then enter that license code from the programs opening screen by click on

-- [ About ],

-- [ Enter License Code ] ...
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