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Description: Kernel for SCO OpenServer data recovery software efficiently retrieves and restores data from UNIX based Operating Systems. Software is a true solution for damaged or deleted partition structures, volume table of contents (VTOC) corruption, corruption in ROOT directory, super block or inode table corruption, corruption occurring due to improper shutdown. UNIX data recovery tool recovers data in all the cases leading to corrupt HTFS, EAFS file system. Complete and recursive scanning of inaccessible hard drive is performed by UNIX recovery software, for locating & restoring lost volumes, files, folders. Data found is displayed in a tree like structure for copying the same at a safe location. Very much simple in working, SCO OpenServer recovery tool ensures successful recovery from HTFS, EAFS file system. Download the FREE evaluation version and recover the corrupt SCO OpenServer data. On getting preview of the recovered data, purchase Full version of UNIX data recovery software for saving the same.
Kernel Recovery for SCO OpenServer 4.01 Kernel SCO OpenServer is a quick unix data recovery software, recovers lost data from HTFS & EAFS file system created using SCO Openserver operating system. Using QFSCI technology
Stellar Phoenix SCO Data Recovery 2.0 Stellar Phoenix SCO OpenServer Recovery is NON-DESTRUCTIVE and READ ONLY file & volume recovery software that helps you in recovering your all-important data. Key File System Data
SCO Readies New OpenServer Unix SCO readies the next version of its OpenServer Unix operating system, but partners worry about SCO and vendor's support for it.
SCO to bundle Linux licence with Unix line The SCO Group is looking to bundle its controversial Linux licences with its Unix products. SCO claims that Linux users need to buy the licences because Linux contains some of its intellectual property, placed there without consent.