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Active@ Boot Disk 22

Product Page: https://www.boot-disk.com/index.html

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Active@ Boot Disk provides an impressive range of utilities for your hard disk and other storage devices. Using this software, you can create a fully bootable operating environment allowing you to start up your computer from a CD, DVD or USB flash drive even if your operating system is damaged and completely refuses to start. The independent boot environment means that it does not rely on the contents or state of your hard disk. You will be able to access all of your data using the built-in tools. The main utilities provided in this convenient all-in-one package include a data recovery solution, a secure data erasure facility and a complete disk imaging program. It provides everything that you need for data recovery, privacy and backup. The program presents a much more affordable and practical solution than having separate programs for each type of task. It is easy to use as well, making it ideal for everyone from casual users to system administrators and experts.

New version includes the latest software versions:
Active@ Disk Image
Active@ File Recovery
Active@ Partition Recovery
Active@ KillDisk

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TeraByte Drive Image Backup and Restore 3.53

Product Page: https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/image-for-windows/

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TeraByte Drive Image Backup and Restore Suite is an affordable and reliable drive image backup and restore software package that is used for backing up all of your hard drive data to other media or external drives (such as eSATA, USB or 1394) and allows you to easily perform a bare-metal restore for efficient disaster recovery. It can also be used for disk to disk cloning and includes scheduling, encryption, and much more.

The key components of the suite are Image for Windows, Image for DOS, Image for Linux and the TeraByte OS Deployment Tool Suite. In particular the OS Deployment Tool can be used to script your image deployment to support different hardware (hardware independent restore).

UFS Explorer RAID Recovery 9.9

Product Page: https://www.ufsexplorer.com/ufs-explorer-raid-recovery.php

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UFS Explorer RAID Recovery is an accomplished software product geared towards RAID-related data recovery cases, besides usual simple tasks. The program allows reconstructing RAID systems of various configurations, including standard, nested or custom RAID patterns, and effectively restores data lost due to various logical issues, while a set of helpful options like file sorting, search, filters, preview, indication of a state, etc. make the process easy and smooth. The software supports a wide range of file systems used in Windows (NTFS, FAT, FAT32, exFAT), macOS (HFS+, APFS), Linux (Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, XFS, JFS, ReiserFS, UFS/UFS2, Btrfs), BSD/Solaris (ZFS) and is capable of working with various modern storage technologies, like mdadm, LVM, LDM, MS Storage Spaces, Drobo BeyondRAID, Synology Hybrid RAID, Btrfs-RAID, Apple Software RAID, Apple Fusion Drive, BitLocker and APFS encryption. The utility makes it possible to build RAID in a virtual mode, edit RAID parameters or save them for further work. Also, the software features an embedded hexadecimal viewer for brief analysis of data on partitions and disks. Furthermore, the program provides an extensive set of instruments for work with damaged drives. It allows defining settings related to access and usage of a storage device, creating a full or partial disk image with configurable parameters and rules for the omission of bad blocks. Drives and arrays with bad blocks can be processed using bad sector maps generated during imaging, through recognition of a given pattern or created by other compatible tools. In addition to RAID and RAID-based devices, like NAS, the software is applicable for data recovery from other storages: PCs and laptops, USB flash drives, memory cards, external hard drives, virtual machines, disk image files, etc. Among the supported virtual technologies are VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, QEMU, XEN, Parallels, disk images of Apple, EnCase, R-Studio and other formats.