Software efficiently recovers data from corrupt VMDK file and save them in their original form at user-defined location. No changes or modification is caused to the originality of data. During VMDK recovery process, files & folders data remains arranged in a proper structure.
Any disk type your VMDK file is saved in, be it fixed or dynamic, this software provides you an option for selecting the disk types and performs recovery of your data with ease. In case you select dynamic disk type, both SPARSE and FLAT types are supported by this tool. Read more...
If your VMDK file is split into multiple parts, this tool can recover complete data from each and every part of the file. Make sure all the parts are stored inside the same folder, and the first VMDK file is selected. It auto-detects other parts of the file and recovers data from them. Just define the selected VMDK is either saved in SPARSE type or FLAT type.
VMDK recovery can also be done by using the descriptor VMDK file. If you don’t know the type of your split VMDK file, either SPARSE or FLAT, you can simply choose Is Descriptor option and select the VMDK descriptor file in your system directory. By this way, the software will auto-detect the type of your selected VMDK file which is split into multiple parts and perform recovery with ease.
Sometimes corruption can be minor or sometimes severe. This tool has two different scanning modes: Standard and Advance. So whatever the level of corruption, you can easily scan corrupt VMDK file to perform ideal data recovery.
The two common partition tables found in a disk are: MBR aka master boot record and GPT aka GUID partition table. This software supports both these partition table formats. In case of GPT format, check GPT format box before scanning.
If you choose advance scanning mode, you can define the custom settings for selected drive, i.e. starting and ending sectors. Also, you can avoid skipping volume size while parsing operation is being conducted on your system. (Optional)
Software supports all popular file systems of all major operating systems, such as: FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64 (exFAT) and NTFS of Windows system, HFS+ of Mac system and EXTX (the entire extended file system family) of Linux system.
If you think there’s something left which is not shown in this list, you have an option to add the missing volume. Click Add Custom Volume button, and a new volume will be added to the list. Now define the custom settings for this new volume.
The custom settings option allows users to define the custom settings of selected volume. The settings include start sector and end sector of the volume. Also, you can select the file system (multiple options) in which you want to treat the selected volume.
For a complete successful recovery, RAW mode should be considered. It supports image (5 MB), archive (1 GB) and audio (6 MB) formats by default, and recovers them with ease. RAW recovery must be used with the new custom volume you have recently added.
If you want to add new file types in RAW Recovery mode, you can do that simply by clicking Add new signatures in new/existing file button. You can define file settings and save the new entries at user-defined location. After that, you can upload this new file for parsing.
There are three different recovery modes which you can select as per the level of corruption in your VMDK files, i.e. Standard Mode for minor corruption, Advanced Mode for moderate corruption and Deep Mode for severe corruption. Select the modes one by one and perform recovery.
If you choose advanced recovery mode, you need to enter the number of file systems you want to find on your selected volume. The default number of file system is 3. You can enter any number, but make sure the selected volume containing the number of file systems you have defined.
Once the scanning process is successfully completed, all your files and folders will be shown in a tree-structure. Click each and every single file to check its file properties in the right hand pane. Then you can select them in the tree-structure, and save them at user-defined location.
In case you want to select specific file items in the large tree-structure, you can take help of Auto-Search feature. Just enter the file name or its type in the search box, and click Search button. You can search multiple files at a time by using | (vertical pipe key) between every two files.
Be it a tech-savvy or a novice computer user, anybody can use this software with ease. It contains an interactive and self-instructive user interface that requires no prior technical expertise. It makes the VMDK recovery task very easy and effective.
Software supports VMDK files created by all major versions of VMware as well as Oracle Virtual Box. Also, it smoothly runs under all popular Windows operating systems, such as: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP and any later Windows versions including the latest Windows 10.
|Product Features||Free Version||Full Version|
|Support VMDK files which are split, SPARSE & FLAT as well as descriptor|
|Support both partition tables, i.e. master boot record (MBR) & GUID partition table (GPT)|
|Support files systems of all popular OS, such as: FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64, NTFS, HFS+ and EXTX|
|Preview of recovered files and folders is shown in tree-structure view|
|Save Recovered Data||Only Preview|
|24*7 Tech Support & secure 100%|
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