Linux partition recovery software is an integration of several handy features & prompt functioning that lets you to recover linux partition data in impeccable way. Linux partition recovery software can recover data from formatted linux hard disk.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Linux Partition Recovery software is based on advanced technology and able to recover important data from corrupt or damaged linux partition. Your files or data may get damaged due to many reasons such as:
*Virus or Trojan infection,
*Accidental system shutdown etc
Recover Data for Linux Data Recovery software can recover linux partition data from damaged linux hard disk even if following errors displays:
*Unable to read this linux files
*Linux file is not opening directly
*Linux Partition Table Corrupted
*Linux Partition is not accessible.
Linux partition data recovery software of RD is more advance Linux data recovery tool for all users to recover their valuable data from corrupted/damaged/deleted/formatted linux partition. It is a user-friendly tool that allows you to recover files from linux hard disk. You don't need to have any special knowledge in linux hard disk recovery. Our software has following features:
*Easily recovers formatted, deleted & crashed partition or drive data
*Recovers deleted files/folders deleted using rm & rm dir command.
*Automatically lists the all partition and drive with all details
*Views all recoverable items and their contents before saving
*Linux logical EXT2 & EXT3 partitions become inaccessible due to group descriptor corruption.
Try demo version of this Linux Partition Recovery Software, free for users satisfaction. With the help of demo version, you can recover linux partition and all data and view them along with their contents but cannot save them. To save all recoverable items, purchase Full Version of Recover Data for Linux partition recovery software in $45.
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