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The Kernel for Linux Data recovery software can manage the recovery of Linux data files which are either damaged or corrupted by the corruption of Group Descriptor Block, Super Block, or Damaged Inode Table. The tool can repair anything, including the Linux deleted partitions.
The software is a tested application to support various editions of Linux Operating System and drives. You can recover data from Red Hat, Mandrake, Turbo, SuSe, Debian, Ubuntu, and SCO and perform the recovery from various drives including DE, SCSI, EIDE, SATA, PAN, ZIP, USB and Firewire.
If you are in the midst of saving the recovered data of Ext2 or Ext3 based file system, but unable to find the required file, then you can use ‘Find File and File Filters’ options. This feature helps you to customize the settings like Sectors to read in a single attempt, Setting of duplicate file(s), and Setting for bad sectors, which helps in altering some of the functions of the software.
The application is available in three classes, each version is responsible for recovery of data files from Ext2, Ext3, ReiserFS, and JFS file systems. These complex and sophisticated damaged partitions can easily be scanned by the software with the help of intelligent and dynamic algorithms that makes the recovery possible.
With this Save Recovery Snapshot option, the tool enables the saving process of recovery summary for future. Hence, you can use the recovery log files to resume the recovery operation from the point where you have left.
The software can be installed on all Windows workstations – including Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 95.
Supported Versions All editions of Linux – Ext2, Ext3
Operating System Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, 98, NT, 95 (FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, NTFS5)
Processor Pentium Class
Memory + Hard Disk
64 MB Minimum
50 MB of disk space
Permits home users to use the software on single system
Corporate License For multiple machines within one organization at single location
Technician License For service providers to use for multiple organizations
Software Delivery & Version
Date First Available
The most important requirement to run the software for performing the Linux data recovery is that you should connect an external drive or USB drive as the secondary port, which should have the Kernel software installed. After connecting the secondary drive, you can proceed with the recovery of any damage or corruption from Linux OS.
Perform the recovery operation in just three advanced recovery steps which are – Selection of the desired Linux Drive to be recovered, Scanning for data files that reside on selected Linux drive, and Recovery of Linux data with efficient saving techniques. However, the steps you require to follow to restore lost folders and files from the hard disk are as follows: