Software is highly capable to perform ideal recovery from corrupt virtual disk image (.VDI) files by recovering maximum possible data in minimum possible time. The recovery rate simply depends upon the level the corruption the VDI file contains.
Being a non-destructive application, it doesn’t cause any changes or alteration to the originality of files and folders during the recovery operation. It keeps them intact and maintains the hierarchy files and folders in a proper structure.
Once you select the corrupt VDI file saved with any disk type, the software will auto-detect the file information and display it in front of you. The information includes file format version, size of hard disk drive, sector per track, head and cylinder.
It supports VDI files which are saved with any disk type, i.e. fixed and dynamic. Fixed disk allocates a size on your hard disk and uses all the space at a time whereas dynamic disk is initially small in size and only grows if more data are added to it.
There are two scanning modes: Standard scanning for handling minor level of corruption, and Advance scanning for fixing severe corruption in VDI files. In advance scanning, users are allowed to define the custom settings of the VDI file. Also, users can avoid skipping the volume size while parsing. Both these are optional features.
Be it a physical hard disk or a virtual hard disk, it contains a partition table to store the internal structure of disk partition. MBR aka master boot record is the old partition table, whereas GPT aka GUID partition table is the new partition table. If your disk contains GPT, you need to check GPT format box while choosing the scanning mode.
Software supports VDI files created by Oracle VirtualBox of Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems, including the latest v5.0.16. It is highly compatible with all popular versions of Windows operating systems, including the latest Win 10.
Any file system your VDI file is containing, i.e. FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64 (exFAT) and NTFS of Windows system, HFS+ of Mac system, and EXTX of Linux system, this software supports all of them and restores maximum possible data.
Adding a custom volume is enabled with advance scanning mode. Once the disk is scanned, it shows the available volumes in the list. If you think there’s still something left, you can add a new volume there and define their custom settings which include: starting and ending sectors. You can also select the file system in which you want to treat your new volume.
You can perform VDI data recovery in three different modes: standard mode if corruption is minor, advanced mode if corruption is moderate and deep mode if corruption is severe and can’t be fixed with other two recovery modes. In advanced recovery mode, you can enter the maximum file systems you want to find in the selected volume (it’s 3 by default).
RAW Recovery is helpful to perform maximum possible recovery from corrupt VDI files. It includes pre-defined files formats, such as: image file of 5 MB (JPG/JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF, etc.), archive file of 1 GB (ZIP, RAR, TAR, etc.) and audio file of 6 MB. Once the parsing is successfully done, these files will be recovered.
During RAW recovery mode, you can add new signatures to the existing file or you can create a new file at user-defined location. You need to define the file settings and save them into a file. After that, software will allow you to upload this new file for parsing so that more data can be recovered with ease.
Software displays preview of recovered files and folders in a tree-structure. Users can expand the recovered data in the tree structure and check their file properties in right hand side pane. Users can check the files and folders in the tree-structure which they want to save.
Via auto-search feature, users can search their specific files in the tree-structure by simply entering the file type/name. Users can enter one or multiple files at a time, i.e. separating multiple files with vertical pipe key (|), and click Search to start searching the files in no time.
|Product Features||Free Version||Full Version|
|Two scanning modes for different level of corruption, i.e. Standard mode and Advance mode|
|RAW mode of recovery with adding new file signatures option|
|Support all popular file systems of different operating systems, i.e. FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64, NTFS, HFS+ and EXTX|
|Smart tree-structure preview for recovered files and folders before saving them|
|Save Recovered Data||Only Preview|
|24*7 Tech Support & secure 100%|
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