BKF Repair tool combines a user friendly set up with the highly advanced BKF recovery software engine. MS BKF Repair tool from SysInfoTools is a result-oriented remarkably move forward BKF Recovery Tool with highly effective recovery algorithm that recovers users' maximum valuable data at the click of the mouse in just no time.
Demo Limitations - Trial version allows you to take the preview of recovered BKF files
Interactive & Simplified UI
The BKF repair tool is highly intuitive as it is enhanced with self-explanatory interactive wizard requiring no prior technical expertise. The interface of the software is very clear and simplified for end user.
Supports Unicode Characters
This software is multifunctional to understand Unicode, reads it and recovers any data loss related to it.
Maintains Data Integrity
BKF repair tool maintains the integrity of the original file or nature of data and the related data objects, as available in corrupt BKF files.
Exclusive Snapshot Feature
The BKF repair tool offers two unique snapshot features viz. "Load Recovery Snapshot" and "Save recovery Snapshot" which allow user(s) to save and load the snapshots of the recovered file(s) to avoid future re-scanning which saves a lot of scanning time especially in very large files.
Option for Choosing File Locations
This tool enables users to choose specific file locations for saving recovered file on system drives. In addition, users may save specific search files to a desired location.
Select Set Range for BKF File
The new BKF repair tool offers "Set Complete Range" or "Set Partial Range" for customized recovery for selecting the range of BKF file.
Option to rename
"Rename Option" within the software enables users to set a new name for recovered BKF file from the corrupted ones.
The BKF repair tool has been upgraded for quick scanning. Now, it can scan 100 GB corrupt BKF file(s) in only 60 seconds. It also provides repair for heavy MS BKF files which are up to or more than 1 TB.
Generate Log File
This software creates a log file for the entire BKF recovery process in a text format. The log file can be useful in a longer run.
Advanced Preview Option
This BKF Repair tool combines an advanced preview engine designed to provide preview for more than 200 file formats which may include compression file formats exceeding 20 files, 40 image file formats, hex viewer and various other document file formats.
Useful Search feature
This feature comes in handy when you need to search the files from within the folders shown in the tree view by giving name or file extensions.
Save in folder hierarchy
This feature within the BKF Repair tool enables users to save the data in existing folder hierarchy in user-specific location.
Some of the Salient Features are:
- Extensively supports BKF files created with VERITAS or Symantec Backup Exec.
- Supports BKF files having "Software compression" enabled.
- Supports split BKF files and recover complete files which are spanned across multiple BKF files.
- Supports "Heuristics scanning" method to handle various small changes in file format (of BKF file) which appear on every update of VERITAS or Symantec Backup Exec.
Software can seamlessly restore BKF files which can become corrupted due to multiple reasons such as: Virus attacks, CRC error, Disk Corruption, unexpected interruption in Backup process, and cor. If your BKF file is created or generated by VERITAS or Symantec Backup Exec, then there are fair chances that "software compression" will be enable for your BKF files. In this case you might need SysInfoTools Backup Exec BKF Repair software v1.0 which is specially designed and developed to recover data from BKF files created using VERITAS or Symantec Backup Exec.
These BKF files are sometimes much more complex and require special techniques to completely recover data from it. Thus, simple BKF recovery software might not work on such BKF files.
SysInfoTools Backup Exec Recover is the only software available in market that supports such functionality.
- The backup file is unusable. You must erase it, or choose another file.
- The fixed media is full. You cannot back up all of the specified data to this disk device. The backup operation will stop.
- The backup file contains unrecognized data and cannot be used.
- An inconsistency was encountered on the requested media.
- 0x80070724: Incompatible version of the serializing package.
- 0x80070005: Create a manual restore point the following may be displayed - Access is Denied.
- 0x8007007B: "The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect. System Restore will now close"
- 0x80040154: Volume Shadow Copy Service error: Unexpected error calling routine CoCreateInstance.
- 0x8007000E: System Restore fails with error in the Windows Recovery Environment.
- 0x8007000E: File Backup fails with the following error code- Not enough storage is available to complete this operation.
- 0x81000109: The Restore point could not be created for the following reason- Windows cannot create a shadow copy due to internal error in other system components.
- 0x800423F4: Complete PC Backup fails with the following error code- The writer experienced a non-transient error. If the backup process is retried, the error is likely to reoccur.
- 0x80070057: File Backup fails with the following error- The parameter is incorrect.
- 0xC00000EA: An error occurred. The following information might help you resolve the error: If an MM error is returned which is not defined in the standard FsRtl filter, it is converted to one of the following errors which is guaranteed to be in the filter. In this case information is lose, however, the filter correctly handles the exception.
- 0x80071A91: Transaction support within the specified file system resource manager is not started or was shut down due to an error
|Product Features||Free Version||Full Version|
|Repairs MS BKF Files More than 1TB successfully.|
|Support search functionality in recovered files.|
|Support "Range Scan" feature which is very helpful for advance users.|
|Runs smoothly on all versions of windows.|
|Show Preview Output||Max 10 MB||All|
|24*7 Tech Support & secure 100%|
Specifications of BKF Recovery Software
BKF is known as "Backup Files." It is a built–in backup application used to create a proprietary backup format (BKF). It is also known as "Microsoft Tape Format" (MTF) and is a free utility available with Windows XP. Anyone can use it to take the backup of their valuable data from data loss situation. You can take the backup of your files in Tape, Zip Drives, Floppy Disks, and Hard disks etc. This NTBackup utility supports Encrypting file system, NTFS hard links and junction points, alternate data streams, disk quota information, mounted drive and remote storage information. It saves NTFS permissions, audit entries and ownership settings, respects the archive bit attribute on files and folders and can create differential and incremental backups, backup catalogs, as well as Automated System Recovery. A backup or the process of backing up files refers to preparing copies of data so that these copies may be used to restore the original after data loss event. Backup is the most important step to prevent data from data loss situations. There are two useful purposes of backup: Used to restore data in the situation of disaster (called disaster recovery). Used to restore small number of files in the situation of accidently deleted or corrupted due to any of the reason. This is a default and can be renamed to any extension, although this feature is not installed in "XP Home" by default. You can easily install it from the added value directory from CD of your "XP Home". After installing it you can use it to create a backup. You can take the backup of your drives easily by using the NTBackup feature. Open Run and enter "NTBACKUP" command, press "Enter," and follow the instructions of the utility. If you make multiple backups, then the catalog of those backups is kept in your hard disk at "\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Windows NT\NTBackup\catalogs51 location.
Backing up your files helps to protect them from being permanently lost or changed in the event of accidental deletion, a worm or virus attack, or a software or hardware failure. If any of those things occur and your files are backed up, you can easily restore those files.
You should back up anything that would be difficult or impossible to replace, and regularly back up files that you change frequently; pictures, videos, music, projects, and financial records are examples of files that you should back up. You don't need to back up programs because you can use the original product disks to reinstall them, and programs typically take up a lot of disk space.
It depends on the number of files you create and how often you create them. If you create new files every day, you might want to back up weekly or even daily. Likewise, if you occasionally create many files - for example, if you save a lot of digital photos from a birthday party or graduation, back them up right away. It's best to schedule regular, automatic backups so you don't even have to think about it. You can choose to have your files backed up daily, weekly, or monthly. You can also back up manually between automatic backups.
NOTE: The ability to set up automatic backups is not included in Windows VistaHome Basic; however, Windows will periodically remind you to back up your files.
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The demo version of the software reads corrupt BKF files and displays all files and folders in hierarchy from corrupt BKF files, but does not allow extracting or saving those files to the computer system. To saving your files, you need to purchase the full license.
When you choose a location to save your backup to, the wizard searches your computer and displays a list of all locations that you can use. If the location that you want to use doesn't appear in the list, it could be due to one of the following problems:
The location is a tape drive. You can't save backups to tapes
The location is the disk that you are trying to back up. You can't back up a disk to itself. For example, you can't back up the contents of drive E to drive E.
The location is a CD-ROM drive. You can't use a CD-ROM drive to make a backup; you must use a CD burner, also known as a CD-R or CD-RW drive.
The location is a USB flash drive. You can't save backups to a flash drive
The location is not formatted as NTFS, FAT, or Universal Disk Format (UDF) (also called Live File System). Backups can only be saved to disks that are formatted using the NTFS, FAT, or UDF file systems. For more information, see Comparing NTFS and FAT file systems.
The location is either the system disk (the disk that Windows is installed on—also called the C drive) or the boot disk (the disk that Windows uses to start your computer—also called the startup disk).
The location is a network share on a computer running Windows XP Home Edition. You can't save backups to these shares because setting permissions on network shares and authenticating over a network are not supported byWindows XP Home Edition.