Data Recovery Software
FAT Data Recovery SoftwareQuick Recovery for FAT is a do-it-yourself non-destructive data recovery software to recover lost or deleted data from FAT Partitions. It is read-only, meaning the program will never attempt to write to the drive you are about to recover. Software's unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETCh) helps in locating files and folders lost behind overwritten partitions too.
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Key features - FAT Data Recovery Software
File System/Type Supported
FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 File 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).
Quick Recovery for FAT efficiently recovers data from Windows Vista. To run Quick Recovery for FAT in Windows Vista follow the steps below:
- Install Quick Recovery for FAT. Right Click Quick Recovery for FAT Icon from Desktop and choose "Run as administrator". OR users can
- Go to Start menu > Programs > Quick Recovery > Quick Recovery for FAT & Right Click Quick Recovery for FAT and choose "Run as adiministrator"
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A: The exact time of the recovery will depend on the kind of files to be recovered and the process to be used for the recovery.
However, usually, it does not take more than one totwo hours to recover data with quick recovery software.
Q: Suggest some ways to stay away from
the problem of data loss.
A: To start with, get a nice anti-virus which may stop your files from getting attacked and corrupted by viruses. Apart from that, the best way to stay clear of the problem of data loss is to make back up files for all the documents.
Q: What does one mean by RAID?
A: RAID is a technology by which many drives are combined into unit of data storage. The partitions are created in the drive by using striping.