F.L.A.M.E. Data Recovery - Maybe it Really Does Exist?

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Jared

Administrator
Staff member
So after noticing someone trying to sell one of these on hddguru I decided to search YouTube to see if there was any video evidence that the tool really does exist. And, I managed to find this:
[bbvideo=560,315]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_z1BeZkrik[/bbvideo]

Looks like it does little more than read/write modules and provide Seagate terminal (all of which I can do in Linux for pretty much free), but perhaps it does exist after all.

I don't know who'd be stupid enough to drop 18000EUR on a tool so poorly documented, but perhaps it does exist.
 

pclab

Moderator
These guys are Italian.
A few years back they gave me a quote, etc, but I didn't saw nothing new in the next years....
I thought they had closed down...
 

Jared

Administrator
Staff member
I notice there is no start menu tray. So I don't think they are running in Windows. It probably is just a Linux tool. Perhaps they just built a GUI for hddsupertool. :lol:
 

Jared

Administrator
Staff member
Wait, no...I think it is running in Windows. At least based on this screenshot:

F.L.A.M.E. Window.jpg

I think I see an icon there for one of Runtime Software's Programs.
 

jol

New member
it is windows based

you can see on the top left corner the icon "This PC"
third below you can see "Total commander", Total commander works only under Windows OS
 
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