Application Screen shots
Recovery Explorer View
The Recovery Explorer View is the default view that you see after the application starts. The left panel is the Tree pane. It displays the hierarchical structure of all drives, devices, folders and files of the scanned Logical Drive, Virtual RAID and opened Disk Image. Scan Results appear here if you scan a device. Active@ UNDELETE is designed to explore and browse all data storage devices on your computer in different ways to find and recover lost data. All information in the application is organized in tabbed views that provide easy access to information for different purposes. Four of the main views include:
Scanning a physical drive will reveal found partitions or files by their signature.
While processing a scan of a partition or physical storage device, a progress bar is displayed along with the number of found partitions, files detected by their signatures and the estimated time to completion.
File Signatures In performing a Low Level Scan, a wide array of File types can be scanned for by signatures. Selection of particular file types can be included or omitted. After the scan completes or terminates, a Scan Results branch appears in the Recovery Explorer tree. You can locate current and deleted files by their unique file signature on a physical device.
Recovering deleted files and folders is one of essential features of Active@ UNDELETE.
After disk scan you can select files in Scan Results View or Search Results view be marking the check box next to the file name.
Save recovered files or folders onto a different drive from where the original damaged or deleted files or folders exist.
File Preview File Preview feature allows you to view the contents of an image file (jpg, bmp, gif, png etc.) before you recover the file. This is especially useful in determining which files to recover. If the preview file is not an image file, it appears in hexadecimal and text mode.
Disk Hex Editor
Hex Editor is advanced tool for viewing and editing sectors of Physical Disks, Partitions and contents of any file type. Hex Editor uses a simple, low-level disk viewer which displays information in binary and text modes at the same time. You can use this view to analyze the contents of data storage structure elements such as:
Partition Manager is advanced Active@ UNDELETE tool, that allows you to perform partition related tasks, such as creating partitions and volumes, formatting them, and assigning drive letters.
The main features of Partition Manager are:
Active@ Undelete Enterprise package
Active@ Undelete Enterprise package. Active@ UNDELETE started from the Active@ Boot Disk on not-bootable system and is ready for the system recovery. Active@ UNDELETE Enterprise package includes an Emergency CD (boot disk lite). Active@ Undelete Enterprise package includes plenty of tools besides Active@ UNDELETE - data recovery utility: