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Data Access Worldwide: A leading global provider of application development software and professional services. Has delivered over 400,000 Visual DataFlex and DataFlex software licenses to application customers in accounting, healthcare, finance, insurance, hospitality, manufacturing, transportation and government sectors .

Regular Expression builder: This is the coolest tool we have seen to help you build Regular Expressions for use in DataSlave. You can quickly build all manner of tests for your data.

Formatted Partition Recovery Software: Professional data recovery software for recovering data from formatted and corrupted partitions. Also try Recoveryfix

Data recovery software: Award winning hard drive data recovery software and utilities. Stellar offers a complete solution of file recovery software and lost data restoration programs for Windows (Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, 2003, XP), Apple Macintosh, Novell, Linux, Unix operating system and FAT, NTFS,NTFS5,HFS, HFS+, NWFS, EXT2 and EXT3 file systems.

Damaged Access database or files: If you have a damaged Access database try this utility. There are also tools for recovering files, Outlook data, damaged backup tapes and much more. Also for Excel files.

Repair PST File: Outlook PST Recovery tool & Corrupt PST Repair software for outlook email recovery. Fix damaged Outlook PST (Personal Folders) file. Also you might try an alternative tool for outlook / pst repair from DataNumen.

Data Recover Software: Experts in data recovery software including hard disk and file recover software.

 

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