Recovery algorithms used by Hetman Software products for restoring data lost incidentally or after formatting an NTFS or FAT partition.
Inside FAT: File Search
Read about peculiarities of data recovery from a FAT-formatted device.
In 2013, there are plenty of file systems around. There are FAT, NTFS, HFS and many other file systems used by the many different operating systems. And yet, the oldest and simplest file system of them all is still going strong. The FAT system is aged, and has many limitations on maximum volume size and the size of a single file.
Data Recovery of Fragmented Files
Read this article to find out how to prevent file fragmentation, and how signature search works when recovering a fragmented disk.
Recovering files from fragmented disks can be more difficult than restoring files that are stored on the disk in a single continuous chunk. In fact, the primary goal of the file system is to store information about the order of sectors on the drive containing files.
and Encrypted NTFS Files
This article describes the process of recovery for files protected, encrypted or compressed with EFS (NTFS), and gives you hints on how to tackle possible problems.
NTFS has a lot of features not even imaginable in the older file system, FAT. Alternative data streams, user access permissions, on-the-fly compression and encryption are just a few things that are obvious to a computer user. Undeleting deleted files as well as recovering corrupted NTFS partitions presents more of a challenge to the designer of a data recovery tool than the older file system. Let’s deal with these issues one by one.