DiskInternals Uneraser makes use of some original developments that are not found in similar products. Due to them, the effectiveness of recovering files deleted in Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 on FAT32 is considerably increased.
DiskInternals Uneraser benefits:
- Finds much more files that can be recovered. DiskInternals Uneraser correctly finds deleted folders.
- Correctly recovers files, offering several most probable variants of a file.
- Increases the effectiveness of recovery several times.
Unique technology for deleted folders
It is quite common that you have just deleted a folder and want to recover its contents. If the folder has been deleted from FAT32 in Windows 2000/XP all other recovery utilities will show this folder as being empty, but it is not so! Due to our technology, DiskInternals Uneraser can find such directories and successfully recover their contents.
How does this technology work? When a file is deleted, Windows 2000/XP modifies the file system (FAT32) that is why usual utilities cannot find some of the deleted files. An additional analysis makes it possible to find the location of the deleted folder with high precision and, therefore, recover its contents.
Our method is very fast. Due to a selective analysis, the program does not need to read the contents of the entire disk that is why searching for a deleted folder does not take more than a second.
The method is quite transparent to an end user and does not require any technical knowledge. While looking through the contents of a directory, the program automatically selects optimal access method.
Unique technology for deleted files
The mechanism is implemented for the FAT32 file system. When saving a file, several methods (currently 2) are used to search for its contents. The program automatically analyzes the file body and selects the most correct variants to be saved. After recovery, the user gets several most exact copies of a deleted file to choose the correct one.
Why do several file variants appear? Due to some peculiarities of Windows 2000/XP and FAT32, it is impossible to find the 100% correct location of a deleted file. Only several most probable file variants can be suggested.