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Active Partition Recovery is a freeware toolkit that helps to recover deleted and damaged logical drives and partitions inside Windows, WinPE (recovery boot disk), and Linux (recovery LiveCD) environments. It can restore any deleted partition or logical drive (FAT, exFAT, NTFS, Apple HFS+, ApFS, FreeBSD UFS, Linux ExtFS, BtrFS ) additionally scan hard drives and detect deleted partitions.

Simple QuickScan easily detects and recovers recently deleted partitions, as long as they were not formatted/overwritten after deletion.

Advanced low-level SuperScan might detect partitions that have been deleted a very long time ago, even if you have created new ones and even formatted them.

Last Chance recovery technique detects and recovers files by their signatures on volumes having severely damaged file systems, where physical volume recovery isn’t possible! Recovers NTFS/ReFS, FAT/exFAT.

Active Partition Recovery for Windows

Helps you if a non-system partition is lost, i.e. you may boot Windows, install and run the software using Windows Operating System to recover deleted or damaged partitions located on data volumes, attached HDDs, as well as on external USB disks and Memory Cards (SanDisk, MemoryStick, CompactFlash, etc…). The boot system configurator (boot.ini) is corrected automatically to keep the system bootable. Also, damaged Volume Boot Sectors are corrected to maintain the integrity of the partition. The software allows to repair a damaged MBR (Master Boot Record) and GPT and to delete invalid partitions. Supported creation and data recovery from Disk Images, together with VMWare disks.

The Active Partition Recovery Toolkit includes the following important features:

  • Recover partitions and disks. Restores lost partitions and disks back to working state
  • QuickScan for quick partition recovery. QuickScan simply detects partitions that can be deleted but not re-formatted
  • SuperScan for low-level partition detection. SuperScan makes use of a low-level scan process to detect re-formatted and damaged partitions
  • Last Chance recovery technique. Last Chance technology helps with severely damaged filesystems on volumes
  • Rollback partitioning modifications. Backup and restore disk partitioning information and ability to rollback modifications
  • Fix important disk structures. Fix damaged Partition Table, MBR (Master Boot Record), and GPT records
  • On-the-fly recovery. Performs partition recovery on the fly (no machine reboot is required)
  • Manual mode for advanced users. Manual mode for the correction Volume Boot Sectors offered for advanced users
  • Unicode and lengthy file names. Supports multi-language characters (Unicode) and lengthy file names
  • Recover to another location. Ability to recover all files and folders from disk images to another location
  • Recover most file systems. Recovers NTFS, ReFS, exFAT, FAT, HFS+, ApFS, UFS, XFS, JFS, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 & BtrFS file systems
  • Supports all kinds of disks. Recovers IDE, SATA, eSATA, SCSI, SSD disks, RAID disk arrays, USB Flash Disks and Memory Cards, external USB drives

Universal bootable disk creator prepares DOS, Windows, or Linux boot disks for any type of media (CD/ DVD/ BD/ USB).

Minimum requirements for PCs using Active Partition Recovery.

Personal Computer

  • IBM PC/AT suitable CPU
  • The video should be VGA or higher resolution (800 x 600)
  • Intel 286 or higher for DOS version
  • 640 Kb of RAM for DOS version
  • Intel Pentium processor or higher for Windows version
  • 128 Mb of RAM for Windows version

Drive Storage System

  • CD/DVD/Blu-ray or USB storage device as well from (in case of unbootable systems)
  • Hard Disk Drive type IDE, SATA, eSATA, External USB, SSD, SAS, or SCSI with controllers
  • Memory Cards of type SD, MMC, CompactFlash, MemoryStick, … in addition to any USB Flash Disks

Windows-based Boot Disk Requirements

  • IBM PC/AT suitable CPU
  • The video should be VGA or higher resolution (800 x 600)
  • Intel Pentium processor or higher
  • 512 Mb of RAM
  • CD/DVD/Blu-ray drive or USB port as well from

Linux-based Boot Disk (LiveCD) Requirements

  • IBM PC/AT suitable CPU
  • The video should be VGA or higher resolution (800 x 600)
  • Intel Pentium processor or higher
  • 1 Gb of RAM
  • CD/DVD/Blu-ray drive or USB port as well from

Size: 41.4 MB

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