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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.

UFS Explorer Standard Recovery 9.9

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UFS Explorer Standard Recovery embraces sophisticated techniques that make it easy to recover accidentally deleted files and data lost due to logical damage after formatting, hardware or software crashes, malware attacks, etc. The program supports a wide range of file systems used in different environments, including Windows (FAT/FAT32/exFAT and NTFS), macOS (APFS, HFS+), Linux (XFS, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, Linux JFS, ReiserFS, UFS/UFS2, big-endian UFS, Btrfs) and BSD/Solaris (UFS, simple ZFS volumes), and provides means for the immediate decryption of volumes encrypted by APFS or BitLocker. Spanned volumes created with mdadm, LVM, Apple Disk Utility, LDM and others are automatically recognized and assembled by the software, without any additional user actions. The application is capable of restoring files from different devices, like your PC, USB flash drive, memory card, external hard drive, etc. In addition to that, it effectively works with disk images and virtual disks created by major virtualization software, like VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, performing equally successful data recovery from both physical and virtual storages. Moreover, the application is enhanced with various supplementary possibilities. It displays the state of the recovered files, offers an advanced file search and filters, allows previewing files of common types and sorting them by different criteria. Furthermore, the utility enables the user to select the method of disk access and define a timeout for cases when reading fails due to an I/O device error. The embedded disk imager allows adjusting the imaged area and such parameters as reading timeout, block size, direction, protocol, etc. A set of rules can also be specified for skipping damaged blocks. UFS Explorer Standard Recovery applies the most advanced algorithms to scan the device for lost data and recovers lost and deleted files while working in a safe read-only mode, which prevents any modifications to the initial storage content.

UFS Explorer Network RAID 9.9

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UFS Explorer Network RAID is an advantageous software product suitable for both local and distributed data recovery over LAN from a linear storage medium or complex RAID system. The program allows restoring files from any storage attached to another remote computer, even if it is running a different operating system, and makes it possible to assemble RAID from drives connected to two or more PCs. RAID sets of various complexity are supported, including standard RAID patterns, nested/hybrid RAID levels and custom RAID configurations. A flexible RAID builder with an embedded script handler makes it easy to define and modify RAID configurations, while a hexadecimal viewer allows analyzing raw data of partitions and drives. In addition to RAID, the application works with PCs, laptops, USB flash drives, memory cards, external hard drives, virtual disks of VMware, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, QEMU, XEN, Parallels and disk image files of various formats. The software supports a wide range of file systems of 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 handling a variety of modern storage technologies, like mdadm and LVM, Windows dynamic disks and MS Storage Spaces, Apple Software RAID and Fusion Drive, Drobo BeyondRAID, Synology Hybrid RAID and Btrfs-RAID, BitLocker and APFS encryption, etc. UFS Explorer Network RAID provides direct access via LAN and allows recovering data from drives containing bad sectors connected via a DeepSpar Disk Imager device. In addition to that, the software features various options for work with damaged drives. It allows configuring parameters for access and usage of a storage device, creating a full or partial disk image with various settings and rules for processing bad blocks. Drives and arrays with bad blocks can be handled using bad sector maps generated during imaging, through recognition of a given pattern or created by third-party tools.