Linux Partition Recovery Software
Linux recovery software is an easy to use and user friendly recovery tool to recover and restore corrupted or lost data. Easy and uncomplicated navigational controls are designed for the ease of users. Our Linux recovery software is also available in demo version for free scanning of the corrupted files and folders and supports Linux based EXT2, EXT3 and ETX4 partition. Linux partition got corrupted due to bad sectors/errors, corruption or damage of super block, repartitioning and resizing or file system conversion. Scan feature will display your healthy and corrupted files and it will mark the corrupted and healthy ones with red and green tick.
You can recover your lost data using our linux partition recovery software by following the systematic process mentioned below:
If you have lost Linux partition then you can recover it by using Find Partitions option after selecting 'Find Partition' option from the toolbar or 'Scan Partition' option from the context menu. If you want to do a new scan then select the first option that is 'Go for New Partition scan wizard' and then select the 'Next' button to proceed.
Geeksnerds Linux Recovery software will show a dialog of settings for partition scan. You have the option to select the 'Disk Range' of drive for starting and ending of the partition scan. You can also select range in Giga Byte by selecting the GB button. You can also set default range by selecting default button. After selecting disk range, you can also select the scan type, there are two types of scan, i.e. 'Standard Scan' and 'Advanced Scan'. Detail Scan will scan drive in depth and will take several minutes depending on the drive size. In Advanced Scan, the Linux recovery software will scan through all the drive sectors and scan for any lost partitions. You can also specify size of the partition from the 'Partition Filter' option, so that it will neglect partitions which are smaller in size then the size specified.
Geeksnerds Linux recovery software scanning lost partitions from the selected drive.
If you want to scan again the selected drive, then select the 'Want to scan again?' button, otherwise select the 'Finish' button to complete the scanning process.