Recover files from EXT2/EXT3 Drive
What is EXT2 Partition
EXT2 is a kind of system which is meant for secondary type of extension in any file system specially made for the purpose of Linux Kernel. This was basically designed in order to work as a kind of replacement to the extended system of files. Now it has been seen to be fast such that it has been considered as a benchmark of standards. The essential drawback in this is that it is not a system which journals the files. Whereas the successor of EXT2, which was the EXT3, this was completely compatible with the other and was also a journal type of file system.
What is EXT3 Partition
The EXT3 type of file system which has the journal concept in it has become the choice of increasing number of IT Professionals across the world specially those who operate on Linux Systems. These are also the default systems for the distribution of Red Hat, Debian Linusx and the Fedora. The reason why most people are migrating from the EXT2 to the EXT3 are availability, speed, easy transition and the data integrity that EXT3 projects.
Advantages of EXT2 and EXT3
It is also true that the performance as well as the scalability in this system is less beneficial and attractive when compared with competitions like ReiserFs, XFs and others. The biggest advantage of the system is that it allows the option of upgrades to EXT3 from the earlier EXT2 without any requirement for back up or any need to restore the data.
Despite of all these advantages there are several reasons for data loss, some of them are listed below:
- Linux volumes EXT2, EXT3 gone damaged.
- Data loss after reinstall the OS.
- Files deleted from Linux volumes.
- Data loss after formatted the Linux drives.
- Files removed by using Shift Delete keys.
- Linux partitions gone corrupted due to super block or group descriptor corruption.
- Data loss due to bad sectors on the Linux HDD.
- Data recovery in any logical data lost scenario.
Recover linux data easily with Quick Recovery Linux (Ext2, Ext3). This is a powerful linux data recovery software to recover data from damaged, deleted, or corrupted Ext2, Ext3 volumes of Linux Operating Systems.
Features of Linux Data Recovery (Ext2, Ext3) Software :
- Simple and well guided steps to recover data
- Linux data recovery from accidental files/folders deletion
- Recover files deleted from Linux volumes
- Recover lost data after formatted the Linux drives
- Files removed by using Shift Delete keys
- Data loss after reinstall the Linux OS.
- Linux partitions gone corrupted due to super block or group descriptor corruption
- Data loss due to bad sectors on the Linux HDD
- Accidental formatting & creating different file system
- Unexpected system shut down or software failure
- Simulated previously existing partitions
- File recovery from missing or Lost folders
- Multi Disk support
- Long file name support
- Recovers even if bad sectors hinder drive access
- Versatile recovery filter that helps recover required files only
- Save the recovery log at any time during recovery analysis
- Volume recovery on Linux systems with damaged Super Block,
- Inode list or Group descriptor
- Volume recovery when Login password is lost
- Full support for IDE, EIDE, SCSI , SATA, PAN, ZIP & USB drive
File System/Type Supported
Ext2 and EXT3
Support Operating System
Win 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows Server 2008
Minimum System Requirement
Operating System: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/2008, Minimum 10 Mb free disk space required, Minimum 32 Mb RAM (recommended 64Mb)