What can UFS explorer professional recovery do for You?
UFS Explorer Professional Recovery was developed to meet even the most challenging requirements of data recovery specialists. Featuring versatile data recovery techniques, the software will restore lost files from a vast variety of storage media – from portable devices to complex RAID-systems and virtual machines – as well as various file systems.
What kind of storage does UFS Explorer use?
Along with linear electronic media, like hard disks, thumb drives and memory cards, the program handles RAID-based storages with various layouts, including standard, nested, custom and specific configurations – Drobo BeyondRAID, Synology Hybrid RAID, Btrfs-RAID and ZFS RAID-Z.
What is the purpose of UFS standard access?
UFS Explorer Standard Access is a helpful utility for Windows which allows getting access to files that were not lost, but became inaccessible due to various reasons, including file system incompatibility. The software provides immediate access to data stored on virtual machines without the need to run them…
What does read once do in UFS explorer?
A “read-once” option makes it possible to avoid extra read requests to the same location on the disk and save the processed information to a sparse image file, reducing the load on unstable storages and preventing their further degradation.
What kind of operating system does UFS Explorer use?
Supported systems are Windows EFS and Linux with its device mapper encryption module (dm-crypt) and LUKS encryption method. The software opens disk image files or virtual disks from a file system already opened in UFS Explorer.
What’s the file size for UFS explorer professional?
UFS Explorer Professional supports SCSI and SAS drives with a non-standard sector size (520 bytes, 524 bytes, 528 bytes and others) and performs automatic sector conversion in the conventional size of 512 bytes through metadata truncation for subsequent data recovery or access to files.