Kernel Recovery for Solaris SPARC is UFS file recovery software that recovers data from damaged or corrupt UFS (default, Solaris file system) file system.
Software completely scans the damaged or inaccessible hard drive to locate and restore the lost partitions, files and folders. After complete scanning, data found in the damaged hard disk is displayed in a tree like structure from where user can quickly copy and save it to the required destination.
Kernel Recovery for Solaris SPARC Data Recovery Software uses quick algorithm for searching and restoring lost partitions, files and folders. Hence, it is fast, simple and easy to use UFS file recovery software, which helps user to recover the lost data and files in minutes.
Kernel Recovery for Solaris SPARC - UFS file recovery software examines your inaccessible Solaris hard drive volumes for corruptions and recovers the recoverable data. Kernel Recovery for Solaris SPARC supports recovery from UFS File System. Other than being easy to use, it is a robust UNIX Data Recovery Software provides recovery from errors in cylinder group.
You can connect your Solaris drive to a PC with Kernel for Solaris (SPARC) installed and recover the data using Kernel Solaris Data Recovery Software.
If you purchase the software, you will get Life Time product support FREE. Live Update is available to make sure that you always have the latest version. There is no time limit to use the software and it can be installed on “n” number of machines.
Software is available for immediate download after purchase. An activation password will be emailed to you with in few minutes after you make the purchase.
You can download the Evaluation Version of the software that is available and analyze the damaged file. View online help of the software to effectively use the tool.
If the Evaluation Version lets you preview the damaged data, then you must proceed towards purchasing the complete licensed version of the software.
Kernel Recovery for Solaris SPARC - Data Recovery Software
File Systems Supported
Memory: 64 MB (the more the better)
Processor: Pentium II 400 MHz
Operating System: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2003, 2000 and 98