Sun Solaris INTEL Data Recovery by Unistal 11.08

Quick Recovery Sun Solaris Intel is a do-it-yourself Unix Data Recovery Software, supports UFS (Unix File System) File System, helps in file recovery in moments of disaster of a disk crash.

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License Shareware
Price $474
Downloads 250
OS Support Windows Install and Uninstall
File Size 2.50 MB ( 2,560 KB )
Published Apr 12, 2007 (14 years ago)
Updated Dec 14, 2013 (7 years ago)

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Product Details

Quick Recovery Sun Solaris Intel is a do-it- yourself, non-destructive, simple and easy to use data recovery software, supports IDE, EIDE, SCSI , SATA drives, long file name, having multi-disk and multi-lingual support, simulates previously existing partitions and is read-only i.e. the program will never attempt to write to the drive to recover. Its unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETch) helps in locating email, files and folders lost behind overwritten partitions and even if bad sectors hinder drive access. An exhaustive scan of the drive is performed to locate lost volumes. It recovers data from damaged/ deleted or corrupted volumes even from initialized disks, damaged/ corrupted VTOC (Volume Table of Contents), corrupt inode table, corrupt UFS volumes, Sun Solaris 8.0 and above supported platform : Intel, corrupted primary/ secondary super block, damaged/ corrupted data, lost partition, missing drives, missing/corrupted Operating System or software failure, virus attack, and even from crashed drive. All found data in the lost partition is then presented in a tree structure so that you can copy your lost files to a working volume.

Requirements: Win 95/98/ME/NT/ 2000/XP/2003, Min 64Mb RAM (Recommended 128 Mb)
Release Info: New Release on Mar 09, 2007
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