Raise Data Recovery for NTFS
Raise Data Recovery for NTFS is a comprehensive and effective recovery solution worth having when you need to restore lost or accidentally deleted files from NTFS file systems.
The application also grants access to files and folders located on inaccessible file systems or storages so you can recover your important files without affecting their integrity or output format. Since it comes with support for various storages such as Flash drives, memory cards and hard drives, to name a few, Raise Data Recovery for NTFS is able to recover critical data from various storage devices.
Even if the program only works with NTFS file systems, it will however recognize partitions formatted differently, displaying all the available information such as system summary, software settings and registration status. Unfortunately, no data will be recovered from these different file system partitions, making a dedicated recovery software mandatory.
Once you launch the program, you will notice that all the available volumes are displayed in the left panel, while the right window enables you to analyze basic information about each selected partition such as storage geometry, temporary files path, available physical drives and complex storages.
The right-click menu allows you to explore the file system, recover all the lost data from the selected volume, test specific files and folders, as well as backup data from the partition. In case you want to get back all your data, you need to select the recover file system type you are interested in, then set the start sector.
In case you want to test all the files and folders presented in the selected partition, after choosing the proper option from the context menu and pressing the ‘Start test’ button, you will notice that a basic-detailed report is automatically generated by displaying the total number of the tested folders and files.
Overall, Raise Data Recovery for NTFS enables you to restore all the lost, formatted or deleted files and folders from NTFS file systems due to virus attacks, power outages or software failures.