Data Recovery Using R-Linux
Depending on the situation, data recovery may vary:
This can be done using Basic File Recovery.
If the file system on such partition is damaged, the operating system sees that partition as a partition without a valid file system. Such partition should be previously scanned. Also, it should be scanned if you want to recover data on a previously deleted or re-formatted partition.
When the partition is scanned, a number of recognized partitions will appear. R-Linux shows them in different colors depending on which elements of the partition have been found.
Although such recognized partitions are virtual objects, files can be searched for and recovered from recognized partitions as from real partitions using Basic File Recovery.
To successfully recover files from a recognized partition, it is necessary to find a right one which corresponds to the real partition on which the files resided. No strict rules can be applied to that, but the following considerations should be taken into account:
Also always check the recognized partition's file system, start point, and size. They should be the same for the recognized partition and real partition. When in doubt, try to preview a couple of files from the recognized partition. If the files are seen correctly, this is the right partition.