Linux EXT, EXT2, XFS and ReiserFS File System Data Recovery Software
Accidentally Deleted, Lost, Damaged or Formatted a Partition?
SalvageData Recovery for Linux Data Recovery is the quick and cost effective way to successfully salvage data from any Linux EXT, EXT2 and ReiserFS file system.
Recover from All Scenarios:
Deleted, Formatted, Erased, Damaged, Corrupted file systems;
Recovery for all storage media types:
Hard Drives, USB Drives, Memory Cards, Flash Drives, etc.
Feature Rich Professional Linux Recovery
1. Download & Installation
SalvageData Recovery for Linux can scan and recover data from virtually any storage device. This includes most internal hard drives, external hard drives, USB flash drives, cameras, iPods, and memory cards. It can often scan your device even if it is failing, unreadable, or has lost a partition. Combining several powerful scanning algorithms, SalvageData Recovery for Linux provides a complete Linux data recovery solution.
2. Scan and Preview Files
SalvageData makes data recovery in Linux super simple. By clicking just one button, it will run through all of the scanning modes and display a list of files that can be potentially recovered. The found files can be previewed so that you know which ones are good candidates for file recovery. If you have SalvageData Linux data protection features enabled, some methods of file recovery on your Linux are free! If not, a quick upgrade will enable you to save the recovered files and get back to work.
3. Recover Available Files & Data
Once the scan is finished and all recoverable files have been identified, you simply select which files you want to recover and select the storage device you want the data transferred to. You can move your salvaged data to an external drive, USB flash stick, SD card, or any kind of storage device you can connect to your computer. Once the extracted files are on your new media, your data will be successfully recovered!
In the last two years, we have sent in over 10 drives with hardware failures for data recovery and they have been able to successfully recover every one of them. I would not trust anyone else with attempting to recover our irreplaceable data.
Mike Hurt Dymin Systems // Logistics