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  1. Product keys are becoming less and less common these days, but if you have a piece of software on your computer—and can’t find its product key—this simple program can help you extract it. NirSoft’s ProduKey lets you view product keys for Windows, Microsoft Office, and many other software programs. It can show the keys from the current computer, or you can use it to view the keys stored on a broken computer’s hard drive. How to Recover Keys From a Working Computer Download the ProduKey archive from this page and run the ProduKey.exe file. You’ll see the product key for your Windows installation as well as other applications installed on your system, including Microsoft Office, Visual Studio, MIcrosoft Exchange Server, Microsoft SQL Server, and some Adobe and Autodesk products. If your computer comes with a Windows 10 or 8 key embedded in its UEFI firmware, it will be displayed as a “Windows (BIOS OEM Key)” here. This key is stored on your computer’s motherboard and Windows will automatically use it whenever you installed Windows on your PC. You don’t need to back it up or write it down. Write down any product keys you want to keep and store them in a safe place. It’s that easy! How to Recover Keys From a Separate Hard Drive If you have a computer that won’t boot, you can recover its keys as long as the hard drive still works. You just need to remove the drive, connect it to a functional computer, and point ProduKey at it. If you’d like to do this, you’ll need to shut down the broken computer, open it up, and remove its internal drive. This will be easier on some computers than others—for example, many laptops aren’t designed to be easily opened, while desktops generally are. You can then insert the drive into an internal drive bay on a working computer, or use an SATA hard drive docking station, like the one shown below. Whatever option you choose, once the drive is plugged in and appears in Windows, go ahead and run ProduKey, just like you would on a functioning computer described in the previous section. Click File > Select Source to choose the secondary drive. In the Select Source window, select “Load the product keys from external Windows directory” and point it at the Windows directory on the drive from the other PC. For example, if the other PC’s drive is D:, you’ll need to point it at D:\Windows. ProduKey will then display the keys from the other computer’s drive, and not the keys in use on the current computer. How to Recover Keys Without Removing a Computer’s Drive First Lastly, if you can’t—or just don’t want to—physically remove the drive from the first computer, you could instead use a Linux live USB drive to copy the files from that drive, and then examine them with ProduKey on another computer. Generally, we think it’s easier to just remove the drive, but this will work as an alternative. To do this, you’ll first need to create yourself a live Linux drive. For example, you can create a Ubuntu drive. To do this, you’ll need to download a Ubuntu ISO and download the Rufus tool for Windows. Warning: The USB drive you turn into a live Linux drive will be erased. Back up any important files on it first. Once you have both, connect a USB drive and launch Rufus. Select your USB drive, pick the FAT32 file system, and check the “Create a bootable disk using” box. Click the button to the right of it and select the Ubuntu ISO image you downloaded. Click “Start” and agree to download the Syslinux software. Select “Write in ISO image mode (Recommended)” and agree to wipe the data on the disk when you’re asked. When the disk is created, you can connect the USB drive to your broken computer and boot from it. You may just need to insert the drive, boot it up, and the computer will start from the USB drive. Or, you may have to tweak the boot order or use a boot options menu. When Ubuntu boots, open a file manager window by clicking the drive icon on the panel. Locate your Windows drive and navigate to C:\Windows\system32\ . Right-click the “config” folder and select “Copy”. Connect another external USB drive to your computer and copy the config folder to it. Take the drive containing the “config” folder to another computer running Windows. You’ll need to recreate the directory structure. Create a “Windows” folder and then create a “system32” folder inside it. Copy the “config” folder into the system32 folder. Launch ProduKey, click File > Select Source, and select the Windows folder you just created. You can’t just point it at the config folder directly. ProduKey will then show you the product keys from the config folder you copied over. Credit to
  2. Because of its name, the open source program LaZagne might be mistaken for an application that lists recipes for making delicious pasta or some other Italian food, but it is in fact a password recovery tool for Windows and Linux. It is able to recover your credentials stored in a wide variety of programs for example, web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer or Opera, those stored in e-mail clients like Thunderbird or Outlook and more. LaZagne does not have a GUI, but it is a command line interface (CLI) program. After downloading this program in Windows (or Linux), you have to give the command lazagne followed by some parameters to recover the passwords stored in your computer. You can see all the available parameters by giving the command lazagne -h. For example, the parameter mails recovers passwords only from e-mail clients, the parameter browsers recovers passwords only from web browsers. So, if you give a command lazagne sysadmin, then it will display credentials stored in programs like FileZilla, WinSCP, CoreFTP, Cyberduck etc. Since the LaZagne program is a portable program and can be run from any USB pen drive, you can use it to quickly dump all the passwords stored on any PC into a file. For this, you have to create a batch script file with a single command lazagne all -oN in it. This batch file should be kept inside the same folder where you have copied the LaZagne.exe file. Now just plug-in this USB pen drive in any Windows computer and double-click on the batch script file, it will instantly dump all the recoverable credentials into a folder named result. Conclusion: LaZagne could be useful for recovering your previously stored credentials in various programs in Windows or Linux. It is a great tool for the day when you cannot remember the passwords but know that you stored it somewhere in a program. LaZagne Article source
  3. Microsoft’s BitLocker encryption always forces you to create a recovery key when you set it up. You may have printed that recovery key, written it down, saved it to a file, or stored it online with a Microsoft account. If your BitLocker drive isn’t unlocking normally, the recovery key is your only option. There are many reasons you may get locked out of your hard drive–maybe your computer’s TPM is no longer unlocking your drive automatically, or you forget a password or PIN. This will also be necessary if you want to remove a BitLocker-encrypted drive from a computer and unlock it on another computer. If the first computer’s TPM isn’t present, you’ll need the recovery key. First, Find Your Recovery Key If you can’t find your recovery key, try to think back to when you set up BitLocker. You were asked to either write the key down, print it out to a piece of paper, or save it to a file on an external drive, such as a USB drive. You were also given the option to upload the BitLocker recovery key to your Microsoft account online. That key should hopefully be stored somewhere safe if you printed it to a piece of paper or saved it to an external drive. To retrieve a recovery key you uploaded to Microsoft’s servers, visit the OneDrive Recovery Key page and sign in with the same Microsoft account you uploaded the recovery key with. You’ll see the key here if you uploaded it. If you don’t see the key, try signing in with another Microsoft account you might have used. If there are multiple accounts, you can use the “Key ID” displayed on the BitLocker screen on the computer and match it to the Key ID that appears on the web page. That will help you find the correct key. If your computer is connected to a domain–often the case on computers owned by an organization and provided to employees or students–there’s a good chance the network administrator has the recovery key. Contact the domain administrator to get the recovery key. If you don’t have your recovery key, you may be out of luck–hopefully you have a backup of all your data! And next time, be sure to write down that recovery key and keep it in a safe place (or save it with your Microsoft Account). Situation One: If Your Computer Isn’t Unlocking the Drive at Boot Drives encrypted with BitLocker normally unlocked automatically with your computer’s built-in TPM every time you boot it. If the TPM unlock method fails, you’ll see a “BitLocker Recovery” error screen that asks you to “Enter the recovery key for this drive”. (If If you’ve set up your computer to require a password, PIN, USB drive, or smart card each time it boots, you’ll see the same unlock screen you normally use before getting the BitLocker Recovery screen–if you don’t know that password, press Esc to enter BitLocker Recovery.) Type your recovery key to continue. This will unlock the drive and your computer will boot normally. The ID displayed here will help you identify the correct recovery key if you have multiple recovery keys printed, saved, or uploaded online. Situation Two: If You Need to Unlock the Drive From Within Windows The above method will help you unlock your system drive and any other drives that are normally unlocked during the boot-up process. However, you may need to unlock a BitLocker-encrypted drive from within Windows. Perhaps you have an external drive or USB stick with BitLocker encryption and it’s not unlocking normally, or perhaps you’ve taken a BitLocker-encrypted drive from another computer and connected it to your current computer. To do this, first connect the drive to your computer. Open the Control Panel and head to System and Security > BitLocker Drive Encryption. You can only do this on Professional editions of Windows, as only they provide access to the BitLocker software. Locate the drive in the BitLocker window and click the “Unlock Drive” option next to it. You’ll be asked to enter the password, PIN, or whatever other details you need to provide to unlock the drive. If you don’t have the information, select More Options > Enter Recovery Key. Enter the recovery key to unlock the drive. Once you enter the recovery key, the drive will unlock and you can access the files on it. The ID displayed here will help you find the correct recovery key if you have multiple saved keys to choose from. If your computer is displaying a BitLocker error screen each time it boots and you don’t have any way of getting the recovery key, you can always use the “reset this PC” troubleshooting option to fully wipe your computer. You’ll be able to use the computer again, but you’ll lose all the files stored on it. If you have an external drive that’s encrypted with BitLocker and you don’t have the recovery key or any other way to unlock it, you may have to do the same thing. Format the drive and you’ll erase its contents, but at least you’ll be able to use the drive again. Credit to
  4. PartitionGuru - is a very useful, easy to use application specially designed to offer users a partition management and data recovery software. In addition to partition management functions such as creating, deleting, formatting partitions, it also provides more powerful functions like recovering lost files, recovering lost partitions, clone partition to image file, partition clone, disk clone, quick partition etc. Very useful, easy-to-use application specially designed to manage disk partitions, and restore data on it. In addition to functions for managing partitions, such as deleting, creating, formatting partitions. The program provides an even more powerful features, such as restoring lost partitions, restore lost files, backup, partitions, partition cloning, cloning drive, advanced file operations, etc. The application also supports VMware, VirtualBox and Virtual PC virtual disk files. Supports SCSI, IDE, SATA drives and USB drives, memory cards. Supported file systems FAT12 / FAT16 / FAT32 / NTFS / EXT3. Using PartitionGuru you can: - Recover lost partitions - Recover lost files - Manage partitions, both MBR and GPT supported - Delete files permanently - Backup & Restore windows system and partitions - Create rescue bootable USB flash disk - Manage virtual disks of VMware, VirtualBox and Virtual PC - Backup & Restore partition table - Boot computer with DOS version PartitionGuru PartitionGuru has powerful disk & partition management abilities, in addition to common functions such as creating, deleting, formatting, renaming and hiding partition, it provides more. Quick Partition This function is for quickly re-partitioning a hard drive and formatting all its partitions in one step. Just open the Quick Partition dialog by press F6 key and then click the "OK" button, the disk will be partitioned and formatted rapidly. Also called "One Step Partition". Integral Size Partition When you create a partition with a size like 10GB, 20GB or 100GB, it will be displayed as 9.99GB, 19.99GB or 99.99GB in the Windows Explorer. It looks like a little defective. The partitions created by PartitionGuru will be real integral partitions. Backup Partition to Image File Backup all available data of a partition include all its inner files to an image file. When the partition is damaged for any reasons, it can be restored from the image file. Backup Partition Table Although you can recover lost partitions by PartitionGuru most of time, if there is a backup copy of the partition table, you can restore it safely and easily. So it is a good idea to take a backup of the partition table. Support GUID Partition Style When the capacity of a disk is larger than 2TB, the disk must be managed by the GUID partition style. PartitionGuru fully support GUID partition style. Languages: English, Japanese. Homepage PartitionGuru Pro System Requirements: Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2012, XP, Vista, 7, or Windows 8 Portable by Dizel | 34 MB https://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/FSZEK4JF/Eassos_PartitionGuru_4.7.0.103_Profesional_Portable.zip_links http://mir.cr/FSZEK4JF Eassos PartitionGuru Professional Edition | 28.9 MB http://mir.cr/1DCSIXMH https://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/1DCSIXMH/PartitionGuru_4.7.0.103_Professional.rar_links Whats New : 1. Changes the way of showing Disk Partition Structure. 2. Updates the appearance for the interface of bad sector verification 3. Optimizes file recovery function, filtering invalid partitions and speeding up arranging files. 4. Displays files it found out during the course of scanning files. 5. It is able to save scanning progress when the program recovers deleted files. 6. The default recovery mode is modified from Recover Deleted Files to Complete Recovery. 7. Increases file scanning speed of recovering deleted files from NTFS partitions. 8. Recovered Typed doesn't display files that overlaps with files from normal directory structure. 9. Reminds users who want to discard current file scanning result. 10. Adds support of FAT16 partition which is formatted by IBMDOS. 11. It doesn't show excluded files while loading image file of incremental backup. 12. Picks up responding speed of switching hard drives. 13. Input focus is set to editing era after sector goto. 14. Rectifies an issue that sometimes the program failed to start in WinPE. 15. Fix an issue that program corrupted after partition resizing is interrupted by force. 16. Addresses a problem that program requires registering when extracting PMF file. 17. Fixes a bug that it couldn't return to parent directory after double clicking ".." on the dialog box "Select Image File". 18. Fixes a bug that program corrupted when previewing certain pictures. 19. Fixes a bug that sometimes it couldn't extract all files from PMF file. 20. Fixes a bug that the in some cases it corrupted when restoring partition from image file. 21. Redresses an issue that the statistics of selected files were not accurate when recovering files. 22. Fixes a bug that it failed to show the exact folder number on the right-bottom interface. 23. Fixes a bug that the Partition and Folder Tree area didn't match the actual situation when operating system is not installed on hard disk 0. More...Eassos PartitionGuru Professional (x86/x64) | 33.18 MB https://www.mirrorcreator.com/files/0FEX2W10/Eassos_PartitionGuru_Professional_4.7.0.105.zip_links
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