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Krasnoyarsk, Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russia, 2014/04/07 - DataNumen has released DataNumen DWG Recovery, a Windows application that repairs corrupted or damaged DWG files created by AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT and similar software products - DataNumen.com.
DataNumen DWG Recovery can fix more than 50 types of objects in DWG files, including block, point, line, arc, circle and many more. The software can even recover deleted objects in DWG files. In addition to writing recovered files in drawing (DWG) format, DataNumen DWG Recovery can also create drawing exchange format (DXF) files, allowing recovered files to be used in AutoCAD as well as third-party applications that use AutoCAD files.
Unlike competitive data recovery solutions, DataNumen DWG Recovery is a freeware. Users will be able to recover all contents in the damaged DWG files without any limitations. They can also run the software in batch mode to fix any number of damaged DWG files. DataNumen DWG Recovery works with modern drives as well as older media such as CDROMs, floppy disks, and Zip disks.
DataNumen DWG Recovery is fully integrated with the Windows Explorer context (right-click) menu, allowing AutoCAD users to initiate the repair process quickly and easily. Drag and drop operations are also supported.
DataNumen DWG Recovery version 1.1 runs under Windows XP/Vista/7/8 as well as Windows Server 2003/2008/2012 and is free to use and redistribute.
DataNumen, Inc. is located at 1301 Bank of America Tower, Suite 791, 12 Harcourt Road, Central HONG KONG, with offices in the US and China.
Founded in 2001, DataNumen, Inc. (datanumen.com) is recognized as a world leader in data recovery technologies. In addition to DataNumen DWG Recovery, the company offers data recovery software for SQL Server, Oracle, Access, and .DBF databases. DataNumen also markets data recovery programs for Microsoft Excel, Word, Outlook and Outlook Express, RAR, PDF, and more than a dozen other applications.
DataNumen's customers include AT&T Global Network Services, General Electric Co., IBM, HP, Dell Inc., Motorola Inc., The Procter & Gamble Co., FedEx Corp., Xerox Corp., Toyota Motor Corp. and many more businesses and institutions worldwide.