Quick Recovery for Novell
We all are familiar with situations when important and crucial data despite of our being aware goes missing. Unwanted deletion or system errors may arise such situations where we may find ourselves helpless. Loss of data hampers our work to the extent that most of us may even face situations of massive business failures. The team of our experts at Quick Recovery has always been tried and succeeded to deliver competitive tools to overcome such adverse circumstances.
(NWFS) is an extension of our work towards the field of data recovery. Quick Recovery for Novell, the most efficient software in the category of Novell Data Recovery Softwares is capable of recovering deleted or lost data from NWFS, NET386 Volumes of Novell Operating System. The software functions on unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETCh) which helps in locating files and folders which may be lost even behind the overwritten partitions.
Starting at USD 149
When we talk of Quick Recovery for Novell, we mean the most effective software for the recovery of damaged or corrupted volumes and restoration even from initialized disks.
Working - The tool performs an extensive scan of the drive to recover the lost volumes. The located data is thereafter offered in a tree-type structure which makes it easy to copy the data to a working volume.
A quick glance at the features:
File System/Type Supported
NWFS, Net386 File system (Novell 4.0 and above)
Minimum System Requirement
- RAM: 512 MB (Windows XP), 1 GB (Windows 8, Windows 7, Server 2008 & Vista)
- Processor: 800 MHZ or higher
- Hard Disk: 50 MB space
Important Guidelines to be followed while using Quick Recovery for Novell Netware in 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Vista:
- Install Quick Recovery for Novell Netware. Right click on "Quick Recovery for Novell Netware" icon from the desktop and choose "Run as administrator". Else,
- Go to Start menu > Programs > Quick Recovery > Quick Recovery for Novell Netware. Right click "Quick Recovery for Novell Netware" and then choose "Run as administrator".