Quick Recovery for Linux (EXT-2 EXT-3)s a do-it- yourself non-destructive data recovery application It is read-only, meaning the program will never attempt to write to the drive you are about to recover. Quick Recovery's unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETCh) helps in locating files and folders lost behind overwritten partitions too.
Quick Recovery Linux (Ext2, Ext3) data recovery software, recovers data from
damaged, deleted, or corrupted volumes and even from initialized disks.
An exhaustive scan of the drive is performed to locate lost volumes. All found
data in the lost partition is then presented in a tree structure so that you can copy your lost files to a working volume.
Quick Recovery Linux (Ext2, Ext3) is a quick, simple and easy to use data recovery solution that helps you in file recovery in moments of disaster of a disk crash.
Here are some key features of "Quick Recovery for Linux EXT 2 EXT 3":
￭ Simple and well guided steps to recover data.
￭ Linux data recovery from accidental files/folders deletion
￭ Accidental formatting & creating different file system
￭ Unexpected system shut down or software failure
￭ Simulated previously existing partitions
￭ File recovery from missing or Lost folders
￭ Multi Disk support
￭ Long file name support
￭ Recovers even if bad sectors hinder drive access
￭ Versatile recovery filter that helps recover required files only
￭ Save the recovery log at any time during recovery analysis
￭ Volume recovery on Linux systems with damaged Super Block,
￭ Inode list or Group descriptor
￭ Volume recovery when Login password is lost
￭ Full support for IDE, EIDE, SCSI , SATA, PAN, ZIP & USB drives
￭ Quick Recovery Linux is a Win32 application which will run under Microsoft environment (Win 95/98/ME/NT/ 2000/XP/2003 ).
￭ A working machine having above mentioned version of Windows® installed. The hard disk of the working machine will be used to save the data recovered from the crashed drive.
￭ Minimum 64Mb (Recommended 128 Mb)