As unpleasant and frustrating as hardware malfunctions may be, they are nothing compared with the loss of valuable data and the results of your work. A faulty component can be replaced in minutes, but a file or folder wiped off from your hard drive can potentially cause a lot more problems of all sorts. If you happened to be in a situation where recovering a file is nearly a «matter of life and death», you need a reliable and efficient recovery tool like Kernel Recovery for Windows.
Kernel Recovery for Windows is a powerful and extremely efficient file recovery solution featuring three recovery modes for different situations and levels of data corruption. The Quick Scan mode is used for recovering files damaged by bad sectors, boot sector corruptions, FAT corruptions, index corruptions, partition deletions, MFT corruptions, virus attacks, media errors and other most common reasons. The Extensive Scan mode is intended for more complex cases where data need to be recovered from formatted or deleted partitions or files deleted a long time ago. Finally, the most advanced File Trace mode provides the highest recovery quality, but requires considerably more time for disk analysis and data recovery, as it scans the disk sector by sector and reassembles lost files by the tiniest fragments.
The software works with all kinds of hard drives, USB sticks, portable devices, ZIP and USB drives — that is, all kinds of devices connected to your system and using FAT16, FAT32, NTFS and NTFS5 file systems. You can preview recoverable files and flexibly configure the behavior of the recovery engine in all scanning modes.
Kernel Recovery for Windows is a perfect solution for everyone who wants to be able to reliably recover valuable data from all types of drives.
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