Kernel for Solaris (SPARC)4.01
There are many people who work on more than one device, in order to increase their productivity, and these devices do not always run the same operating system - namely, one of them could run Windows, another one Mac OS, whereas the third one could run a distribution of Linux, for example Solaris Sparc.
However, if data on your Solaris device has been damaged and you want to retrieve it, you can turn to your Windows computer and rely on Kernel for Solaris (SPARC).
Connect your corrupted Solaris Sparc hard drive to your PC
Once you have installed the application, the first step you need to take is to connect the hard drive where the corrupted files are stored, to your computer.
It will automatically be detected within the main window of the app, as some details are instantly displayed, such as the model, capacity, cylinders or sectors per track. Moreover, you can choose the volume identification option that you prefer, be it partition table or sector range.
Thoroughly scan the HDD and identify its partitions
Next, you need to set Kernel for Solaris (SPARC) to perform an in-depth analysis of the connected hard drive so as to detect its partitions as accurately as possible.
This step might take a long time to complete, depending on the storage size of the HDD, yet it is an important one, as identifying the partitions can help the app to locate the damaged files you want to restore.
Easily browse through recoverable files and select the ones you need
When the aforementioned process is finished, you are presented with a detailed list of files so you can explore and mark the ones you want to recover, without too much hassle.
All in all, the application comes in handy to all those who want to use a Windows computer to restore damaged files from their Solaris Sparc hard drive, while also enjoying a neat and straightforward GUI.