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The software is capable of resolving all existing issues and recovers all inaccessible or lost data from virtual hard disk. It successfully recovers entire data including audio, video, text files, images, archive files, database files, etc.
Kernel for Unix is embedded with two data recovery modes: normal search and extensive search. Normal search is ideal for normal UNIX corruption whereas extensive scan proves more effective in dealing with serious corruption issues.
When you launch Kernel for Solaris Sparc Recovery tool, it displays all the connected Unix partitions from which data has to be recovered. The tool facilitates its user to select a partition and at the same time it analyzes model, capacity, cylinders, heads, sectors per track etc.
Providing support for different UNIX based operating systems like Solaris SPARC, Solaris Intel, SCO OpenServer etc. This software supports several Unix file systems like UFS (default), EAFS and HTFS. It extracts data lost due to corrupted or damaged UFS file systems including EAFS and HTFS file systems.
The tool recovers all inaccessible data from corrupt hard disk & displays them in a hierarchal structure, which makes it easier for the user to identify data.
Kernel for Unix data recovery tool can be successfully executed on all Windows-powered machines – Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95.
While using the software, you need to select particular storage device and corresponding partition, scan it by using one of the two given scanning modes( Normal & Extensive Search) and save recovered data at desired location. Follow the steps to retrieve data from damaged or corrupt UFS (default, Solaris file system) file system.