Ontrack data recovery allows you to scan all volumes in a local system and build a directory tree of lost or deleted files data recovery. Users can recover data by searching by name. In addition, its fast scanning engine allows you to quickly build the list of files with an intuitive file manager which includes the single button “Save File”.
Ontrack data recovery
Most recovered files can be previewed and all operations are safe as Ontrack EasyRecovery does not write recovered data on the drive you’re scanning. Users can select any drive as the destination for data that have been recovered, including network drives and external storage media. The standardized writing system API minimizes the chances of damage to the disc and has no limitations on drive size or file type.
Features of Ontrack data recovery
- Easy to use thanks to a fully automated wizard that guides the user through the program.
- Data protection using the standard writing system API minimizes the chance of disk corruption.
- Data Recovery Windows file systems FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS 5.
- Data recovery systems Apple Mac HFS files located on external storage drives.
- Data recovery Linux file systems Ext2 / Ext3.
- Recovery from the Recycle Bin, command line (Command Line) and from Windows Explorer.
- No limitations in size or file type associated with DOS-based programs.
- Formatted recovery units.
- Recovery of lost partitions.
- Recovery based on unique signature allowing recover from raw data files.
- Recovery from all types of digital storage systems, HDD / SSD, flash drives, USB devices and other types of removable media.
- Preview files before recovery.
- Compatible with SATA / IDE / SCSI.
- Compatible with support recovery CD / DVD (ISO9660 / UDF combined with ISO9660) and Linux (Ext2 / 3).
System Requirements for Ontrack data recovery
- Operating systems: Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows.
- Compatible with Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.
- 1 GHz processor or higher
- Minimum 512 MB of RAM. The more RAM memory available, the better performance of data recovery.
- Storage unit or network drive at least equal capacity to data to be retrieved.
- SVGA monitor.