NTFS data recovery
(NTFS Data Recovery) NTFS (“New Technology File System“) is a proprietary file system developed by Microsoft. Starting with Windows NT 3.1, it is the default file system of the Windows NT family.
NTFS Data Recovery Toolkit
NTFS Data Recovery Toolkit is a set of tools for analyzing problems with NTFS partitions being damaged by virus, NTFS volumes deleted or re-formatted accidentally, as well as any located on NTFS volume files being deleted, damaged or otherwise lost. NTFS Recovery Toolkit performs Data Recovery in Manual and Automated modes…
Manual mode allows you to analyze disk’s structures and define the problem using included freeware Disk Editor.
You can fix the problem using either Disk Editor, or included freeware Partition Manager, or Microsoft Windows(c) system utilities.
Automated mode simplifies your work by avoiding low-level disk surface analysis, and lets you concentrate on a recovery of user data using speficically designed for this purpose and included in the package Active@ File Recovery and Active@ Partition Recovery software tools.
Toolkit includes: (NTFS Data Recovery)
How to recover NTFS — step by step guide for problem discovery and fixing in manual and automated modes. Examples provided.
Disk Editor — freeware software for viewing, inspecting and editing content of raw disk sectors on USB and HDD disks, Floppy and CD/DVD/Blu-ray media.
Partition Manager — freeware software that helps you create, delete, format, change properties and name partitions on your computer.
Partition Recovery — software tool for scanning disks and detecting deleted or severely damaged volumes, and for recovering deleted or damaged NTFS partitions.
File Recovery — software utility for scanning disks and detecting deleted or damaged volumes and files, and for recovering deleted or otherwise lost files on NTFS.
NTFS Partition Recovery
(NTFS Data Recovery)
Executable code in MBR selects an active partition and passes control there, thus it can start loading proper files (COMMAND.COM, NTLDR, … ) depending on the file system type on that partition. However, if these files are missing or corrupted then OS will be unbootable – remember the famous error “NTLDR is missing .???
In this case recovery software accesses this drive on the low level bypassing system boot (for example, if you boot from another HDD or bootable floppy) and will help you to see all other files and directories on the drive and allow you to copy to the safe place onto another drive….
Recovery Console is a command line utility similar to MS-DOS command line. You can list and display folder content, copy, delete, replace files, format drives and perform many other administrative tasks.
To run Recovery Console, boot from Windows bootable disks or CD and choose Repair option, when system suggests you to proceed with installation or repairing and then press C to run Recovery Console…
You will be asked to which system you want to log on to and then for Administrator’s password, and after you logged on — you can display drive’s contents, check the existence and safety of critical files and, for example, copy them back if they have been accidentally deleted.!
Third party recovery software in most cases does not allow you to deal with system files due to the risk of further damage to the system, however you can use it to check for the existence and safety of these files..!!