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DriveMap enables you to examine the data entropy of a hard drive across all its sectors. The drive is represented by a bitmap with the color indicating each sector's entropy. You can literally see if a drive is a RAID member and what its parameters are.
With DiskExplorer X (formerly Disk Digger), you can inspect and navigate any file system or on-disk structure. Customizable scripts and an integrated script interpreter generate DiskExplorer X views. Over 25 scripts with support for NTFS, FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, XFS, HFS+, APFS. DiskExplorer X is now free!
We have updated our instructions on creating a Windows-based Boot CD or USB Stick. Now it is even easier to boot your computer into a recovery environment and run our data recovery software.
We finally listened to our customers. While we still think GetDataBack is very intuitive and easy to use, we gave it a comprehensive context-sensitive help file. When you feel you are stuck, simply press F1 and let the help system help you out.
This cool gadget lets you map global RAID sectors to sectors on a local member drive. See charts about the relation between the global RAID space and the individual RAID member drives. Supports RAID-0, RAID-5, RAID-6, delayed RAID-5 (HP-SmartArray).
Our pro RAID recovery tool is now a native x64 application. Its analysis engine now recognizes lost parameters of broken RAIDs more accurately and faster than ever.
Our flagship data recovery product now takes full advantage of the x64 CPU. It is faster and can now handle insanely huge drives.
Our file system mounter Captain Nemo now supports Apple Mac HFS+ and APFS drives.
Widely used by law enforcement personnel, forensic investigators, and network administrators, Captain Nemo enables you to access any Novell, NTFS, Linux EXT, XFS, HFS+, or APFS drive from your Windows computer. As always, customers who bought a previous version of Captain Nemo, can update for free.
GetDataBack now supports the Apple Mac HFS+ file system. HFS+ is the primary file system used for all media on Macs since 1998.
GetDataBack now supports the Apple Mac APFS file system. APFS is the new file system rolled out by Apple beginning in 2017.
Other file systems supported include Windows NTFS, FAT, exFAT, and Linux EXT.