Linux Recovery Software
Kernel for Linux Recovery
Kernel for Linux Recovery is the ideal option if you are searching for a professional and result-oriented software to recover inaccessible data from corrupt and damaged Linux Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS or JFS partitions.
These are the high-performance disk file systems from Linux. However, the problem arises if they go corrupt and all the data lying within becomes inaccessible.
Using this time-tested solution for Linux recovery, you can do the following:
- Complete and quick recovery of data from Linux files systems.
- Search and Recover lost files and folders within minutes.
- Restore data from damaged partition.
- Recover data even after Group Descriptor Block corruption.
- Recover all your data from damaged Super Block or Inode Table.
The best part of doing Recovery using this tool is that it does not require any technical expertise to use it. Even non-technical users would find the interface intuitive and easy-to-use and hence greater acceptance of the tool.
The Software comes with 30-day money back guarantee. Thus, if something goes wrong at your end and the data recovery is not performed to your satisfaction, we would ensure that the money is re-credited to you.
Now, let's have an idea about the working of the software. It uses a powerful and straightforward algorithm to recover inaccessible data.
Firstly, this software scans the damaged hard disk to find the partitions. Secondly, it begins searching for the files and folders within partitions. Here, it also searches for permanently deleted files and folders. Thirdly, the software lists all found files and folders so that you can also perform selective recovery. Finally, you can select the files that you want to recover and save them to another safe location.
If you happen to use any of these drives - IDE, EIDE, SCSI, SATA, ZIP, PEN having Linux partitions then this software can also be used to recover data from them.
All the major OS of the Linux such as Red Hat, Turbo, Mandrake, SuSe, Ubuntu, Debian and SCO, which have been based on different file systems such as Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS and JFS, can be fixed using this tool.
Nothing could be more convincing than trying the software on your own. This tool is available in demo version so that you can evaluate the software to your satisfaction.
After you are content with its performance you can purchase the full version that allows saving the recovered data - a feature not available with the demo version.