Quick Recovery for DBase is simple and straightforward wizard to recover corrupt DBase files thanks to its unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETch). The technology is known to ensure the repair of corrupted databases, files that are created using various applications. What makes GFETch stand out in the crowd is the fact that it is capable of locating files and folders that are lost behind overwritten partitions.
Speaking of it recovery capabilities, it is worth mentioning that the tool can restore data that got lost due to virus attack, bad sector, disk crash, accidental files/folders deletion, accidental formatting and creating different file system, missing Operating System or software failure, lost partition, missing drives, registry corruptions, just to name a few.
Then again, the restoration precision depends on the level of damage and its nature. Therefore, for certain DBF files it is possible to completely recover them along with almost all components, such as column name, table name, indexes, column data type or primary keys.
As far as the compatibility and types of files it can restore, you can count a wide variety of media viz, including but not limited to EIDE, IDE/ATA, WDC, SCSI, iSCSI, SATA, PATA, Micro Drives and DigitalMedia. The databases supported include oxBase, FoxPro, Visual FoxPro, dBASE III, dBASE IV, dBASE 5 for DOS, dBASE 5 for Windows, etc.
System requirementsRAM: 512 MB (Windows XP), 1 GB (Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2008 & Vista) Processor: 800 MHZ or higher