The point I wanted to make is that the product is crashing
when I try that feature. Here is a .zip of the debug log file.http://tyab.net/files/irecoverlogfile.zip
That said, instead of letting irecover scan for the partitions, I simply told it that I had full disk partition and it was then able to locate a vast majority of the files. Being a trial, I could not copy them, but at least it proved to me that I can recover most of the files. Enough for me to decide to purchase the product and I am currently backing up those recovered files.
And I did also try out one of your competitors products, Disk Internals Raid Recovery (trial version), and overall both products seemed able to recover the same type/number of files but your UI is far superior (in my opinion) and your product was able to do the scan and present me with the list of files in under 2 hours, while Disk Internals Raid Recovery took over 9 hours and seemed to have a hard time reconstructing the root directory where your product found all but handful of the directories in the root. As stated above, good enough for me to make a purchase decision and buy irecover pro.
If your programmers need more info on how to recreate the crash, I am willing to help. If I have some free time, I'll try and run irecover under VS2010 and generate a minidump for them.