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- A -

Advanced Data Recovery

- B -

Bad Sectors settings

Default read attempts

Pattern to fill bad blocks

Set for all drives

Basic File Recovery

Broken File Name

Prompt:

Rename and change all invalid symbols to:

Broken File Name options

Change all invalid symbols to

Edit broken symbols only

File name

New name

Buttons

Add

Advanced

Code pages

Create Image

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IconImages

Create Region

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IconRegions

Delete

File Mask

Find Next

Find Previous

Find/Mark

Known File Types

Next Pattern

Open Drive Files

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Open Image

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IconImages

Open in Hex Editor

Preview

Previous Pattern

Recover

Recover Marked

Refresh

Rename

Rename All

Reset

Save Changes

Scan

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IconDisk Scan

Skip

Skip All

Stop

- C -

Contact information and technical support

Context menu

Clear Log...

Create Exclusive Region

Create Image File

Create Region

Delete All Scanned Information

Delete Region

Edit

File mask

Find Next

Find Previous

Find Previous Versions of the File

Find Template Signature Next

Find Template Signature Previous

Find/Mark

Log Filter...

Mark

Mark All

Merge Down

Merge Down All

Merge Selected

Open Drive Files

Open Drive Files Sorted By

Open Scan Information

Preview

Real File System Structure

Recover

Recover All Files

Recover Marked

Save Log to File...

Save Scan Information

Scan

Toggle Bookmark

Unmark

Unmark All

View/Edit

Create menu

Create Exclusive Region

Create Region

- D -

Data Recovery Using R-Linux

Dialog boxes

Broken File Name

Create Exclusive Region

Create Region

File mask

File Types

Fill

Find/Mark

Go to

Memory Usage

Recover

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IconMass File Recovery
IconRecover Multiple Files

Scan

Scan Information

Search

Settings

Disk scan

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IconDisk Scan

Drive menu

Create Image

Delete Scan Informaiton

Open Drive Files

Open Drive Files Sorted By

Open Image File

Open Scan Informaiton

Real File System Structure

Recover All Files

Save Scan Informaiton

Scan

- E -

Edit menu

Bookmarks

Fill

Find

Find Next

Find Previous

Find Template Signature Next

Find Template Signature Previous

Save Changes

Event log

Exclusive Region

Exclusive Region options

Offset

Start

Exclusive Regions

- F -

File Already Exists

Add a File ID to filename

Overwrite

Prompt

File mask options

Date

Deleted files

Existing files

Match case

Show empty folders

Size from/up to

File masks

File menu

Close All Previews

Preview

Recover

Recover Marked

View/Edit

File search

File Systems settings

Default encoding for Ext2/Ext3/Ext4/UFS volumes

Default encoding for HFS volumes

Disable any sorting

Minimize disk access

Show deleted empty folders

Find and Mark Multiple Files

Find options

Date

Deleted files

Direction

Existing files

File Id

Files

Find/Mark mode

Folders

Look in

Match case

Regular expression

Size from/up to

Finding Previous File Versions

- H -

Help menu

Disable All Hints

Show All Hints

- I -

Image

Image options

Compressed image (R-Drive Image compatible)

Estimated size

Image name

Image split size

Password

Pattern to fill bad blocks

Plain image

Read attempts

IntelligentScan Technology

Introduction to R-Linux

- L -

Log settings

Disk

Error

File name

File System

Files

Information

Maximum messages in the Event Log

Network

Partition

Recover

Save log to file

Success

Warning

- M -

Main settings

Debug Mode

Enable Write

Max changes buffer size

Reset all hidden notifications

Mass file recovery

Mass File Recovery Options

Memory Usage

Process Memory

System Memory Physical

System Memory Swap

Messages

Double-click a logical disk...

Too many files...

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IconMass File Recovery
IconR-Linux Switches

- P -

Panels

Files

Folders

Log

IconBasic File Recovery
IconEvent Log

Main

Panes

Bookmarks

Data Interpreter

Find Results

Template

Previewing files

Properties tab

Active FAT copy

Block Size

Blocks Per Volume

Boot Directory Cluster

Buffer Alignment

Bus Type

Cluster size

Creator OS

Device Identification

Drive Control

Drive Type

Estimated Size

Ext2/3/4FS Information

Fat Bits (12,16,32)

FAT Information

First Cluster Offset

First FAT Offset

First SuperBlock Offset

I/O Tries

I/O Unit

Index Block Size

INodes Per Volume

Int13 Drive Number

Int13 Extension Version

Last Check Time

Last Mount Time

Last Write Time

LDM Component ID

LDM Disk AltName

LDM Disk DriveHint

LDM Disk GUID

LDM Disk ID

LDM DiskGroup GUID

LDM Host GUID

LDM Partition ID

LDM Volume GUID

LDM Volume ID

Major version

Maximum transfer

MFT Mirror Position

MFT position

MFT record size

Minor version

Name

NTFS Information

Number of FAT Copies

Offset of Logical Disk

OS object

Parsed Boot Records

Parsed File Entries

Partition number

Partition Offset

Partition Size

Partition Type

Physical Drive Geometry

Raid Block Size

Recognized Ext2/3/4FS

Recognized FAT

Recognized NTFS

Root Directory Length

Root Directory Offset

R-Studio driver

SCSI Address

Sector Size

Size

Size of One FAT Table

Supposed Parents Count

Volume size

- R -

Recover options

Condense successful restoration events:

Ignore file mask:

Recover alternative data streams:

Recover metafiles

Recover security:

Remove hidden attributes

Restore folder structure:

Restore from root

Region

Region options

Disk size

Size

Start

Regular expressions

R-Linux switches

R-Studio features

- S -

Scan options

Disk size

File Systems

Offset

Save to File

Scan Areas

Size

Start

Search options

ANSI

Exhaustive search

From Address

From current position

HEX

Match case

OEM

Reverse

Search at offset

UNICODE

Searching for a File

Settings

Bad Sectors

File Systems settings

Known File Types

Log

Main

- T -

Tabs

Properties

Technical Information and Troubleshooting

Text/hexadecimal editor

Allocation

ANSI/OEM/UNICODE/UNICODE+

Direct

Save to Hexadecimal File

Std

Unlimited

Tools menu

Debug Mode

Enable Write

File mask

Find

Find All

Find Next

Find Previous

Goto

Mark All

Save to Binary File...

Save to Hexadecimal File

Select All

Settings

Unmark All

- V -

View menu

ANSI

Arrange

Bookmarks View

Data Interpreter View

Details

Device View

Event Log

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Files panel

Folders panel

Large Icons

List

Log panel

OEM

Parents Tab

Properties

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Icon/3/4/Properties Tab

Properties Tab

Properties View

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IconViewing and Editing Objects

Scan Information Tab

Sectors View

Small Icons

Status bar

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Template View

Toolbar

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IconViewing and Editing Objects

UNICODE

UNICODE+