Kernel Oracle Database Recovery tool facilitates complete content recovery with its smart features.
Fix the Corruption/Errors in Oracle Database Files Kernel Oracle Database Recovery is designed with a combination of smart algorithms that make it capable of fixing every corruption error in the DBF files. Using this tool, you can quickly access your damaged/corrupt Oracle database files.
Quick Recovery of Oracle Database File Components This software can recover all the components of Oracle database DBF file, including Tables, Materialized Views, Nested Objects, Nested Tables, Tablespaces, Triggers, Nested Array Types, Indexes, Usernames, User-defined functions, and many more.
Ideal for Every Oracle Database DBF File Oracle database recovery software allows you to recover every DBF file. In addition to Oracle database files, one can easily repair DBF files created by MS Visual FoxPro dBase, FoxBASE, and Sybase.
Preview Data after Repairing the DBF File Once the tool repairs the corrupt/inaccessible Oracle Database file, it will display the entire data in the preview pane. Users can quickly have a look at the data before saving it to the desired location.
Change Name of the Repaired Database File With the customizable settings of Kernel Oracle Database Recovery software, you can easily modify the name of repaired DBF files. You can give your file the desired name with the ‘File Name Prefix’ settings.
Full Compatibility Oracle Database Recovery software is compatible with almost every version of the Windows operating system, including Windows 10, 8.1, 8, and 7. So, users having any Windows OS can easily install and use this software on their system.
FoxBASE – All Versions, FoxPro – All Versions, Visual FoxPro – All Versions, dBase III, dBase IV, and dBase 5 for Windows
50 MB of disk space
128 MB RAMMinimum
Intel® Pentium Processor compatible (x86, x64) or equivalent
Windows 11, 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95
The perfect tool for corrupt database recovery. The software is built with all the advanced features required for recovery.