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Linux Data Recovery from crashed Linux files systems

By hannrylipp ·
I am looking for an absolute solution to fix Linux issues.Please help me to recover data.

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Use Linux Data Recovery Application

by markmohan In reply to Linux Data Recovery from ...

Hello,
You can fix your Linux data lose related problem with a perfect professional software, there are so many tool available in Web. I would also like to mention here such an effective tool named as Kernel for Linux Data Recovery that easily repairs and recover badly damaged or deleted data from crashed Linux System.
You can check out this software along with a free trial from here http://www.linux.freedatarecoverysoftware.org

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All of that is pretty much built-in for whatever filesystem

by seanferd In reply to Linux Data Recovery from ...

Otherwise, see you package manager.

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linux data recovery

by jacobedward10 In reply to Linux Data Recovery from ...

i use Any Data Recovery Pro from Tenorshare its very good (*quote* Accidentally deleted an important file? Lost something important when your computer crashed? No problem! Any Data Recovery Pro recovers files deleted from your Windows computer, Recycle Bin, digital camera card, or MP3 player.) link >>> http://www.any-data-recovery.com

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Better Linux Data Recovery

by MichaelK.Wu In reply to Linux Data Recovery from ...

Use Stellar Phoenix Linux Data Recovery software does recover lost/deleted files from existing as well as deleted Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, and FAT12, FAT16, and FAT32 file systems based partitions after discovering them.

Get More Details,about this software visit: http://www.mannatsoftware.com/stellar-phoenix-linux-data-recovery.html

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Linux Data Recovery Software

by oliverpowell In reply to Linux Data Recovery from ...

Hi,

Sorry, I've found this thread lately. Recovery from Linux drives are critical and pretty challenging if you are a beginer. I've tried Live CD myself and it takes around 5 hours to get the job done. To make this process simpler, I'd recommend you to better try out some GUI based recovery tools like Stellar Phoenix Linux Data Recovery. More importantly, it works well on latest type of drives and supports over 200 file formats for recovery. Get to know more about it over here:

http://www.stellarinfo.com/linux-data-recovery.htm

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