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SysInfoTools VDI Recovery v3.02

Commercial demo
Win10 / Win7 / Win8
SysInfoTools VDI Recovery can recover data from damaged Virtual Disk Image files in Windows.

Key Features:
  • Repairs corrupt VDI aka virtual disk image files and recovers data from them.
  • Quickly recovers deleted files from Virtual Machines back to their Original forms.
  • Supports recovery from both disk types, Fixed and Dynamic disks.
  • Features two scanning modes for different levels of corruption, i.e., Standard and Advance modes
  • Supports both popular partition tables, i.e., MBR (old) as well as GPT (new)
  • Supports all file systems of major operating systems, i.e. FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64, NTFS, HFS+, and EXTX
  • Users can add new custom volume and customize the settings.
  • Has RAW recovery mode and an option for adding new file signatures.
  • Features three recovery modes for recovering maximum possible data: Standard, Advanced, & Deep.
  • Smart tree-structure preview for recovered files and folders before saving them.
  • Auto-search feature for searching specific files names in the tree-structure.

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SysInfoTools VDI Recovery v3.02

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License type Commercial demo1
Author's homepage Visit the author's site
Date added 13 Dec 2017
Downloads 33
Supported languages English  
Operating systems Win10 / Win7 / Win81

1License and operating system information is based on latest version of the software.

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