Stellar Toolkit for Data Recovery is a set of comprehensive software tools to recover lost or inaccessible data from logically failed or corrupt Windows, Mac, and Linux operating system and storage devices. The toolkit recovers missing or deleted files and folders, RAID logical partitions, and data from formatted hard drives and systems that failed to boot.
• Supports file system such as NTFS, HFS, HFS+, Ext2, Ext3, and Ext4
• Restores data from damaged or corrupt RAID 0, 5, and 6 servers
• Recovers data from encrypted storage drives
• Constructs virtual RAID when probable RAID construction fails
• Option to create Disk Image for fast recovery from bad sectors
Data Recovery for Windows, Mac, & Linux Storage Media
Stellar Toolkit for Data Recovery runs on Windows operating system and helps recover lost or deleted data from Windows supported NTFS, FAT32, exFAT; macOS supported HFS, HFS+; and Linux supported Ext4, Ext3, & Ext2 file systems. It also automatically repairs disk errors, fixes disk permissions, and replaces damaged directory.
Finds Lost Partition & Recovers Data
The toolkit allows data recovery from a missing or deleted hard drive volumes and partitions. The ‘Can’t Find Drive’ option helps to recover data from the non-visible partition. The software scans the entire storage drive and lists all the lost & deleted partitions of a hard disk. If the partition is still not found, the ‘Deep Scan’ option helps to scan the drive thoroughly and find the desired lost partitions.
Reconstructs RAID 0, 5, & 6 Server for Data Recovery
With this toolkit, data recovery from broken or inaccessible RAID 0, 5, & 6 server is fully automatic. Unlike other RAID recovery tools that require you enter RAID parameters, this toolkit automatically detects the RAID parameters, identifies the RAID factors, and constructs probable RAID array. It supports both hardware & software RAIDs and doesn’t require a RAID controller card. It also supports recovery from ‘NAS’ based on RAID 0, 5, & 6.
Recovers Custom Files With Add Header Option
The ‘Add Header’ option under ‘Advanced Settings’ lets you add additional file types (or user-defined file types) apart from those already mentioned in the ‘File Lists’. This option can be used to add a new file type or edit an existing file type with its average size to facilitate precise and faster recovery process.