Download Paragon’s FREE Rescue Kit Express

Popular guest writer Rick Robinette, has a knack for finding great free applications. Paragon Free Rescue Kit, one of Rick’s latest finds, professionally fixes boot problems as well as retrieves your data when your system fails to boot. It even rescues deleted partitions

During my research and testing of Paragon’s FREE edition of Backup and Recovery, I happened to notice that they also have available for FREE, a Rescue Kit.

To use the FREE Rescue Kit, you must acquire a registration (serial # and product key) from  [ HERE ] . This may sound like a hassle to go through, but this disk, once created, may be helpful in recovering data from your PC when disaster occurs.

Key Features

Worry-Free Data Protection with Paragon’s Bootable Recovery CD

Don’t wait for disaster strike before using Rescue Kit. Burn the software on your CD/DVD and be prepared for any situation.

Easily Fix Boot Problems

Boot Corrector option resolves various problems you may encounter during the system boot process. These problems may be caused by program errors, user mistakes, or become the results of boot virus activity. Boot Corrector allows you to cure the majority of boot problems for Windows Operating System and gives you access to your data!

Rescue Your Data

In case of a system malfunction, caused either by a virus attack or file corruption, you can retrieve valuable information from your disks and copy it to another local drive, partition or save the data to CD/DVD. The File Transfer Wizard helps you to export data as easy and convenient as possible.

Undelete Partition

When simply deleting a partition (without additional wiping) disk management software only removes the references to it in the Partition Table, thus leaving the possibility to recover it later. The Undelete Partitions Wizard enables you to find and recover these partitions. A restored partition will be fully functional, as long as other partitions were not created, moved or exceeded the disk space.

System requirements: Windows Me/2000/XP/Vista/7

Download at: Softpedia.com

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6 responses to “Download Paragon’s FREE Rescue Kit Express

  1. Bob Slyker

    Hey Bill,

    I may be the only one downloading Rescue on Memorial day; It appears that the Email reg info is for version 9.0 whereas download link to Cnet is for version 10.0. The net effect is the next tab on reg box is grayed out. Softpedia has 9.0 here http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Paragon-Rescue-Kit-Express-Download-131428.html

    Best,

    Bob

    • Bill Mullins

      Thanks Bob – you saved my bacon on this one. I have adjusted the post to reflect this. Much appreciated.

      Good to hear from you. Enjoy the rest of the holiday weekend.

      Best,

      Bill

  2. Bob Slyker

    Correction: download Link in reg. info email is for V9.0; my bad!

  3. John

    Hi Bill,

    Well I’m confused (nothing unusual), I D/L version 10, and have it burnt to CD already.

    Not that I now know how to use it or what to do with it?

    Cheers
    John

    • Bill Mullins

      Hi John,

      I think the confusion is that the developers licenses page refers to version 9, but version 10 can also be downloaded (free). I don’t think it really matters though.

      Best,

      Bill

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