Linux Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 data recovery for Windows
No cost recovery of Linux files from Windows
DiskInternals Linux Recovery is a handy no-cost utility that runs under any version of Windows and designed to recover the erased or damaged information that is kept on Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 partitions.
Linux Recovery might come in handy on a number of occasions when due to the unforeseen contingencies there was a loss of important data stored on Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 disks.
Linux Recovery can recover both the files you just accidentally deleted and the files which have been erased long time ago. It’s also capable of restoring corrupted files and can read and recover the information located on an inaccessible drive. The files you restore can be saved on any (including network) disk, which is visible to the host operating system.
The utility also allows you to repair a corrupt or damaged partition table and attempt to restore a disk after a serious crash, so you’ll have a chance to repair a serious malfunction right away.
In case you noticed that you lost a piece of valuable information only after you formatted a partition, DiskInternals Linux Recovery can unformat the disk and it’ll be up and running again.
Linux Recovery can create a virtual partition and mount an image so it can be processed just like any another regular disk.
Linux Recovery is easy-to-use as its interface resembles the Explorer menu. The recovery process is simple and convenient and comes through a built in wizard so you don’t have to be an advanced user to handle with the utility just follow the provided options.
Linux Recovery serves well to save your deleted or damaged valuable data and comes with a number of useful features. It is both handy and absolutely free. The program will benefit anyone who wants to recover some data from Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 partitions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Linux Recovery™ have a paid version?
No, this DiskInternals product is 100% free.
For which file systems can I use Linux Recovery™?
Linux Recovery™ is able to restore files from all versions of the Ext file system.
What is the difference between Linux Recovery™ and Linux Reader™?
Linux Recovery™ is able to rebuild the file system’s structure and uses the header’s backup, files, and folders even on the damaged disk. Linux Reader™ gives read-only access to the file system on non-damaged disks. Another difference is the rate. Linux Reader™ gives you immediate access when Linux Recovery™ will take your time.
Can Linux Recovery™ be used to create a disk image?
Sure! Install Linux Recovery™ on the computer. Select the “Drives” tab and choose “Create Image”. In a new window, name your image and click Save. That’s all!