Digital Photo Recovery 11.01 Digital photo recovery software recovers deleted, damaged photos, images from corrupt, deleted, formatted windows partitions. Software is equipped with three recovery modes; quick scan, extensive scan and file trace to perform photo recovery.
Description: Kernel for FAT and NTFS is result oriented photo recovery software that is exclusively designed to recover photos from the corrupted and damaged Windows partitions. Photos that are stored in Windows partition tend to get corrupted due to Windows registry corruptions, unexpected system shutdown, loss of MBR, partition table corruption and other similar reasons. This photo recovery tool is capable of retrieving photos which gets corrupt due to any reason. It is equipped with two scanning modes: Standard scan and Advance scan. Advance scan is more powerful recovery mode, can be well performed even after OS reloading, partition formatting, and excessive damage to the partition where the photos were stored. Once the thorough scanning gets over, all the recoverable photos are extracted and saved to the user defined location. Users need to browse the location for saving of recovered photos. It has full support for IDE, EIDE, SCSI and SATA, PAN, ZIP and USB drives. It provides Life Time Product Support for free where users can send request and download latest version of Kernel for FAT and NTFS. Free to download version is also available for analysis purpose. The free to demo version is fully functional software except saving of recovered photos. Saving of recovered photos can be done after purchasing of full version of the software.
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