Stellar Phoenix BSD Data Recovery
Recovers lost data from Unix BSD Variants - Solaris operating system running on Sparc based systems
Professional BSD Data Recovery software that easily recovers all your lost, deleted, or inaccessible data from Solaris Sparc-based hard drives/volumes.
- Recovers lost files, directories, and volumes from UFS1/UFS2 based hard drives
- Supports all types of hard drives interfaces; SCSI, SATA, EIDE, and IDE
- Simple and lucid graphical user interface
- Searches for lost or missing volumes on physical disk
- Preserves integrity of files on UFS1 and UFS2 volumes
- UFS1 Data Recovery from Solaris-Sparc 8 and higher versions
*Free Download offers free evaluation of the software & preview all the lost files and folder that can be recovered by the software.
Facilitates Close UFS1 Data recovery
The software closely examines the selected drive or volume and scans the media to collect all the pieces of recoverable data. It recovers all lost, missing, or deleted files from your drive, preserving their original properties and data integrity.
Searches for Logical Drives/Volumes
The BSD file recovery software has two options for searching logical volumes on your hard disk. The software either uses the partition table information to retrieve drive/volume list or directly scans your disk for logical volumes in case the partition table is damaged or recreated.
Searches for Lost Files and Folders
The software has another option to search for missing files and folders if the scan results are not satisfactory. You can select ‘Search Lost Files and Folders’ on the ‘Tools’ menu to quickly find out the files that are still missing from the list displayed by the scanning process.
‘File Mask’ to Narrow Down the Recovery Process
Using this BSD file recovery software, you can mask files to reduce the recovery time significantly. You can choose to recover specific files by providing different parameters for ‘File Mask’ option, such as ‘File Type’, ‘Size’, and ‘Date’.
Finds Specific Files in Scan List
The software allows searching for specific files in the scan output list using ‘Find’ button on the ‘Tools’ menu. You can specify a part of the file name or use wild cards, such as ‘*.doc’, ‘*.pst’, etc. You can also select ‘Match Case’ to make your search case-sensitive. Note that any parameter set under ‘File Mask’ will accordingly affect the Find result.
Suitable Options for Saving Recovered Files and Folders
This BSD Data Recovery Software uses two methods to save the recovered data. The ‘Recover All’ option saves all the recovered files in the selected drive, whereas ‘Recover Selected Files’ gives you the privilege to save only some selected files. Moreover, you can save your recovered files to any internal/external hard disk, network drive, attached USB drive, or attached ZIP drive.
Selective Recovery of Files by Applying Filters
The BSD data recovery software has a flexible and user-friendly approach to saving recovered data. This can be attributed to its unique way of filtering the scanned output based on file types or signatures. You can specify the desired file types for recovery and the software then performs a selective recovery of these files.
Option to Save Your Scan Information
The software performs absolute UFS1 data recovery by rigorously scanning your corrupt drive. You can save the results of your scanning process in a .DAT file and resume recovery process at any later point in time from this file.
To recover data from drives having corrupted VTOC, follow these steps :
Click the 'Select Physical Disk' button on the 'Icon' toolbar.
A dialog box appears listing the physical disk(s) available.
Select the physical disk that contains the corrupt or missing logical drive.
Another dialog box pops up. Select 'Search for Logical Drives / Volumes'.
Phoenix would scan the hard disk for all the lost partitions and would present the list of found partitions.
Select the corrupt or missing logical drive from the list.
The recovery software analyses the drive data structures and file system attributes and displays the directory tree.
Select 'Recover All' or select the file(s) and folder(s) which you feel are important and then, select 'Recover Selected'.
(Please make sure that do not recover the data on the same drive from which you are trying to recover the data)