One painful thing we all dislike about Virtual Disk Image aka VDI files is that they are prone to corruption. If you notice any sort of corruption or inaccessibility in your VDI files, professionals recommend the amazing SysInfo VDI Repair Tool. It completely restores ALL corrupt VDI files to their original versions. Also, nobody misses out here, as it has support for all file system your VHD is saved in, i.e. FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64, NTFS, HFS+ and EXTX. This amazing SysInfo VDI Repair Tool not just recovers the corrupt VDI files, it restores them back to their original forms, and restores the maximum content from the files. This is extremely useful. You can try out the FREE online tool right away. Below are other features of the SysInfo VDI Repair Tool:
Demo Limitations - Free VDI Repair Software allow users to check the preview of recovered VDI files.
Ideal Recovery in No Time
SysInfo VDI recovery software is highly capable of performing the ideal recovery of corrupt virtual disk image (.vdi) files, and takes minimal time to recover maximum possible data. Software smartly recovers all types of data files such as Audio, Archives, or Images of any size to their original forms.
Being a non-destructive application, it doesn't cause any changes or alterations to the original files and folders during the recovery operation. It keeps them intact and maintains the hierarchy of files and folders in a proper structure.
Auto-Detect File Information
As you select the corrupt VDI file saved with any disk type (fixed or dynamic), the software will automatically detect and display the file information. The information includes file format version, size of hard disk drive, sector per track, head and cylinder.
Support Fixed & Dynamic Disks
VDI recovery tool supports VDI files which are saved with any disk type, fixed or dynamic. Fixed disks allocate a size on your hard disk and use all the space at a time whereas dynamic disks are initially small and only grow if more data is added to them.
Dual Scanning Modes
There are two scanning modes: standard scanning for handling a minor level of corruption, and advanced scanning, for fixing severe corruption in VDI files. In advanced scanning, users are allowed to define the custom settings of the VDI files. Also, users can avoid the skipping of volume size while parsing. However, these features are optional.
Support for MBR & GPT
The software divides physical or virtual hard disks into a partition table to store the internal structure of disk partition. MBR (Master Boot Record) is the old partition table, whereas GPT (GUID Partition Table) is the new partition table. If your disk contains GPT, you need to check the GPT format box while choosing the scanning mode.
Supportability & Compatibility
Hyper-V VDI recovery software supports VDI files created by Oracle VirtualBox for Windows, Mac, or Linux operating systems, including the latest v5.0.16. It is also highly compatible with all the popular versions of Windows operating systems, including the latest Windows 10.
Popular File Systems
VDI repair tool supports all file system of your VDI file, i.e., FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64 (exFAT), and NTFS of Windows system, HFS+ of Mac system, and EXTX of Linux system; and restores the entire original data from them. Explore Here...
Custom Volume Addition
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 missing, 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 configure 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 the 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 in performing maximum possible recovery of contents 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, these files will be recovered.
New Signatures Addition
During RAW recovery mode, you can add new signatures to the existing file or create a new file at a user-defined location. You need to define the file settings and save them into a file. After that, the software will allow you to upload this new file for parsing so that more data can be recovered with ease.
Smart Preview before Saving
Software displays a 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 the right pane. Users can check the files and folders in the tree-structure which they want to save.
Auto-Search VDI Files
Via auto-search feature, users can search their specific VDI 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 clicking 'Search' to start searching the files in no time.
|Product Features||Free Version||Full Version|
|Two scanning modes i.e. Standard mode and Advance mode|
|Available RAW mode of recovery with signatures option|
|Support all popular file systems of different O.S.|
|Smart tree-structure preview for recovered files|
|Save Recovered VDI Data||Only Preview|
|24*7 Tech Support & secure 100%|
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Specifications of VDI Recovery Tool
VDI stands for Virtual Drive Format used for saving Virtual Disk Image (.VDI) files created by Oracle VirtualBox. It's an open-source desktop virtualization program available for Windows, Mac, and UNIX platforms. The primary function of VDI file is to run various programs written for different operating systems in a high-speed virtual environment. It's just like Virtual Hard Disk (.VHD) file which is saved with dynamic or fixed disk type, and contains partition tables like MBR aka master boot record and GPT aka GUID partition table. Also, it uses files systems like FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64 (exFAT), NTFS, HFS+, and EXTX.
I have a corrupt VDI file originally created by Oracle VirtualBox on a Mac system. Can I use this software to recover data from that VDI file on a Windows system?
Yes, you can use this software to recover data from corrupt VDI files which was originally created on any operating system. Oracle VirtualBox is available for Windows, Mac, and UNIX platforms. It doesn't matter which platform the VDI was originally created; you can recover your data from it with ease. As you created the VHD file in a Mac system and want to repair the file on a Windows system, you can do that via this software.
The recovery rate is simply based on the level of corruption of your VDI file. There are three recovery modes in this software: Standard, Advanced, and Deep. You can use any of these modes, depending on the level of corruption. If the VDI file has minor corruption, standard mode would be enough to recover your data. If corruption is moderate and can't be fixed by standard mode, you should choose advanced mode. But if both standard and advanced modes fail, then you can try deep the mode of recovery. Also, you can perform RAW recovery for best possible results.
VDI Recovery software supports all popular files systems of Windows, Mac, and Linux, such as: FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64 (exFAT), NTFS, HFS+, and EXTX. Also, it supports both popular partition tables, MBR aka Master Boot Record (old partition format) and GPT aka GUID partition table (new partition format). Read this complete VDI Recovery Software guide to make your recovery process easy.
The error message "VDI Not Available" shows corruption in your VDI file. The most probable causes of this error messages: "crash in VMware," "unwanted interruption in shutdown process," "VM Storage Repository is out of disk space," "loss of connection to server," etc. You must use VDI Recovery software to successfully fix this error message. It can fix all the corruption errors including this one, and recover your all your data at once.