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Restore data from FAT, NTFS File Systems
FAT File System Data Recovery Service
Data Recovery of corrupted FAT system is now possible. If the FAT table becomes corrupted, there is a second (backup) table available for programs. A corrupt FAT can cause you to get the message "No Bootable Media". At this point if Scandisk cannot fix it you will need to format and start over. It is recommended that you send your hard disk at our data recovery labs. You can also browse through Data Recovery tips to get some information on hard disk preventive measures.
A file allocation table (FAT) is a table that is maintained by operating system on a hard disk that provides a map of the clusters that a file has been stored in.
Windows NTFS File System Data Recovery Service
New Technology File System (NTFS) is a high-performance and self-healing file system proprietary to Windows XP 2000 NT, which supports file-level security, compression and auditing. It also supports large volumes and powerful storage solution such as RAID.
No matter what sort of damage is done Optimum Data Recovery stands out to perform any sort of Data Recovery. During recovery process our diligent engineers completely scan the damaged drive or data storage media for the purpose of locating and recovering the lost or deleted partitions, files and folders.
Do visit our data recovery labs if you are facing any problem regarding data loss. You can also contact us for sending your damaged storage media.
NTFS has a couple of improvements over FAT namely
- Improved support for metadata.
- The use of advanced data structures to improve
- Disk space utilization
- Additional extensions such as security access control lists and file system journaling.
- Transactional logs to help recuperate from disk failures
NTFS files are not accessible from other operating systems such as DOS. Incase od data loss Kernel for NTFS performs the Data Recovery process and recovers deleted files and data from deleted, formatted, damaged, or corrupted partitions.
The FAT file system is supported by virtually all existing operating systems for personal computers and is relatively uncomplicated. This quality makes it an ideal format for floppy disks and solid-state memory cards, and a convenient way of sharing data between disparate operating systems installed on the same computer, which involves a dual boot environment.
Quick Restoring Data Steps
- Install operating system on another hard drive
- Run Scandisk / CHKDSK utilities from other operating system on bad drive
- Activate Virus scan of bad drive
- Backup critical files over to temp drive
- Boot from clean floppy, FDISK bad drive, reboot
- Reinstall Windows on corrected drive
- Restore backup files to corrected drive
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