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What are the Disk Warrior Alternatives?

What are Disk Warrior alternatives that can repair the hard drive and cost less than $99? Suggestion are appreciated.

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ProSoftEng - Data Rescue Free if you only need recover 250 GB of files.

ProSoftEng - Drive Genius $99 if the drive its self is having problems.

You may not be able to recover your disk if you have banged it.

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The $99 Data Rescue (it doesn't recover anything for free) limits you to 5 drives. Once you reach that limit, it stops working.

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TechTool Pro 8

https://www.micromat.com/products/techto...

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Stellar Volume Optimizer for Mac is a disk repair utility that resolves cryptic disk errors such as Invalid B Tree Node Size, Invalid Length and similar errors. It is half the price of disk warriror. http://download.cnet.com/Stellar-Volume-...

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I'm having problems getting my Drobo to mount on my computer. Drobo's answer was to purchase Disk Warrior ($199). Is there some other software you would suggest that's free that I could use instead?

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Disk Warrior remains solo in its ability to repair damage that other programs cannot. You may try Stellar or TTP however ask a data recovery technician which program they recommend.

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DW is not compatible with APFS. Is there anything that is?

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@bpatel: what's the issue with your APFS. What data you needs to get off the drive?

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I don't have problems with APFS, my point was that DW is fine for booting issues for Mac's not running APFS. But would not work on APFS formatted drives.

So, we need to find something that works on both HFS+ and APFS.

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Techtool Pro currently works with APFS

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