UFS Explorer Professional Recovery 3.18.3 Portable

Software, Portable. March 13, 2011 by Dizel.

UFS Explorer Professional Recovery 3.18.3 Portable | 3.9 Mb

With UFS Explorer Professional Recovery you may recover files from crashed or disassembled RAID arrays. In case your RAID controller was gone bad or got failure, some disk in Striped RAID got bad sector or NAS firmware failed, usually RAID becomes disassembled and it's hard to recover data from disks that were in RAID, especially in case of striped RAID (RAID 0, RAID 5 or RAID 6). If RAID could not be recognized, you can create a virtual RAID from its components and recover data from there like from a real one. UFS Explorer, Professional Recovery allows on-the-fly virtual RAID array reconstruction and data recovery from there.

UFS Explorer Professional Recovery allows data recovery from most existing RAID solutions, including mass NAS storages and even very specific RAID solutions. It embeds support of most RAID levels: JBOD, RAID 0,RAID 1,RAID 0+1,RAID 10, RAID 4, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 7 and their variations, full customization of RAID settings for striping, parity distribution and parity delays. This makes UFS Explorer Professional Recovery one of leading products for RAID recovery.

- Local hard disks read-only access
- RAW disk image files and virtual disks support
- UFS Explorer compressed disk images support
- Individual file copying
- File groups and file folders copying
- Deleted files recovery
- Multiple file system access
- Disk scan for lost file system
- Backup superblock use instead of damaged
- Advanced Data recovery
- Advanced recovery backup
- RAW recovery customization
- Data recovery from broken RAID arrays
- Back up disks or/and individual partitions
- Multiple languages supported in GUI

Home Page - http://www.ufsexplorer.com/

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