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Introduction
About DiskInternals Uneraser
Overview of features
Used technologies
Installation
System Requirements
Registration
How to register DiskInternals Uneraser
Unregistered version limitations
License
Using DiskInternals Uneraser
Getting started
Step by step recovery
Welcome to Recovery Wizard
Select Drives or Folders to Scan
What types of files would you like to recover?
Summary information
Search Results.
File recovery
Save dialog
Why do several copies of a file appear?
Lost files on NTFS
Prognosis column
Recovering files from damaged media
Manual recovery
File search
Introduction
Search
Back to search results
Working with disk images
What are disk images?
Creating images
Mounting images
Unmounting images
Preferences
General
Extended
Disk and file properties
File properties
Disk properties
Contacts
Technical support
Getting Program Updates
Our products

Disk properties


The Partition tab contains the information about the selected disk.

Partition size - the disk size in bytes.
Free space - the free disk space in bytes.
File system - file system type. It can take one of the values (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS).
Image file - if it is an image of the disk that is mounted, this field will contain its name.

The Physical Disk tab contains the information about the physical media (hard drive, flash disk, Digital Camera, etc.)

Capacity - medium capacity.
Heads - the number of heads.
Cylinders - the number of cylinders.
Sectors per track - the number of sectors per track on you drive.
Total sectors - the number of sectors on your drive.
Bytes per sector - the size of a sector. Usually it is 512.
Number of partitions - the total number of partitions on the drive (including Linux and other partitions).
Partition letters - the letters of partitions located on the drive.

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