Data Recovery Utility For Ext2fs (linux).ADVERTISEMENTS
Author : R-tools technology Inc.
OS : Win95,Win98,WinME,WinNT 4.x,...
R-linux license : Freeware (Price: free)
Added date : 19. August 2005
Updated date : 1. April 2008
Release date : 25. August 2003
Download page : Get it Here!
Download Size : 1382 kBytes
Publisher URL: http://www.r-tt.com/
R-Linux 1.0 details:
R-Linux is a data recovery and undelete utility for Ext2FS (Linux) file system. File recovery after power failure, system crash, virus infection or partition reformation, even for the different file system. Unformat and unerase tool. Creation of image files an entire disk, partition or its part. Such drive image can be processed like regular drive. Recognition and parsing of Dynamic (Windows 2000/XP), Basic and BSD (UNIX) partitions layout schema. Localized names support.
Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks accessible by the host operating system.
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