Free iCare Data Recovery Software!

iCare Data Recovery Software is a shareware program that allows users to recover lost/delete partitions and files. The following is an official description of the program as per the developer:

iCare Data Recovery Software is dedicated in hard disk data recovery like hard disk failure, formatted hard drive, MBR (Mast Boot Record) corrupted, bad boot sector, drive inaccessible, partition unreadable, partition deleted, software operation failure like Partition Magic caused data loss, Ghost failure, virus attacked, etc.

Supported Storage: hard disk drive, external hard drive, memory card, USB drive, pen drive, flash card etc. (Any drive that can be connected to computer except CD, DVD)

Here are the key features of iCare Data Recovery Software, as per the developer:

Typically iCare Data Recovery Software would cost you $69.95; but for a limited time it is available for free! To get iCare Data Recovery Software, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v4.0

Free updates: Unknown

Supported OS: Windows 2000 and higher

Download size: 3.3 MB

Note: Unless specifically stated otherwise in this article, iCare Data Recovery Software has not been tested or reviewed by dotTech (aside from ensuring that this giveaway is valid). All the information about the program in this post is based off the information provided on the developer’s website. Please do not take this post as an endorsement/rejection or review of the program. This article is simply to inform about the availability of this program as a freebie; nothing more, nothing less.

  • Download and install iCare Data Recovery Software.
  • After installation run iCare Data Recovery Software. You should be prompted to register it; use the code CG7332343A7XEOUD3EHH4AIL2WSB4G9F to register:

  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting iCare Data Recovery Software for free, post below and other dotTechies or I will try to help.

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18 comments

  1. LEO

    Sorry but the serial number does not work for me even after 5 tries. Is it because I’m too late? I even tried typing it. I used to have it in my old computer and just wanted to add it in the new one just in case.

  2. farhad

    slmz Ashraf.when i try to activate icare data recovery i get a little block that pops up saying “internet failure please check net setting or try again” im using a usb modem and it works fine.also tried to activate software using dial up modem and get same problem.please help.i got a toshiba satelline laptop

  3. smaragdus

    @Mayank
    Thank you for the explanation.
    In fact I was not even asked to enter any license key, it seems I have entered some key before at another iCare promotion. In fact the program does not seem that great, at least for file recovery, one cannot choose a single folder to look for lost data, butt a whole partition, which is not that smart, at least for me.

  4. Jeremy

    Thank you ASHRAF for this giveaway! I just wanted to comment on the functionality of this software, I have tried quite a few recovery software out there, and none of them have recovered as many files as this one has. I’ve had this PC for 4 years and it did recover files from 4 years ago. Recovery rate is very good considering how many read/writes this PC has done. I would estimate the rate so far to be about 70-75 % complete uncorrupted recoveries on my PC. Curious to see how much luck others are having with this. Thanks again to ASHARAF and all of DOTTECH.ORG!!!!

  5. Mags

    No problem with activating.

    It is possible that those having problems may have copied a space either before or after the activation code.

    In Ashraf’s image of where to place the code, there is a short paragraph which shows a tip stating not to copy spaces as it could lead to activation failure.