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File Recovery Becomes Easy Using Ext2 Recovery

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Accidental deletion of file is one of the most common reasons of data loss as it is a very common user mistake. You may unintentionally remove some important files from Ext2 file system volume of Linux hard drive to free up the disk space and then realize their significance to your business. Most of the computer users think that the file is gone forever, once you deleted it. However, this is not the fact. The file is still there on your hard drive, but you can not access it because its file system entry is removed. In such cases, Linux data recovery proves to be a great help to get your precious files back.

In order to ensure successful recovery of lost or deleted files from Linux hard drive, first of all you should unmount file system. It minimizes the possibilities of overwriting the deleted file while trying to retrieve it. When you store a new file on the hard drive after deleting a file, operating system may overwrite the previously deleted file and make it impossible to recover the lost file.

If you are unable to unmount the Ext2 file system, because you have deleted the file from root file system, then you should shut down your system immediately. After that, remove the hard drive and attach the same to another Linux operating system based computer. You should not install any software on the drive from which the file is deleted, particularly in case if the drive is almost full.

To handle such file loss situations and ensure perfect Ext2 recovery, Linux operating system provides you the following tools:

·     debugfs- The tool is useful in recovering deleted files, particularly if you are unable to unmount the Ext2 file system volume. The syntax for the debugfs is- /sbin/debugfs device. It lists all the deleted files on Ext2 file system volume.

·     e2undel- It also works like debugfs, but features a simple and user-friendly interface. The tool also provides some additional information to help you identify the deleted files.

In case the file is not recovered using the above methods, commercial Linux recovery software come to your rescue. They thoroughly scan your Linux hard drive and extract all deleted, lost, missing, and inaccessible files from it. They perform quick, easy, and safe data recovery Linux and have an attractive user interface and a non-destructive behavior.

Stellar Phoenix Linux Data Recovery is an effective and powerful tool that handles virtually every logical data loss problem. It supports recovery from Ext4, Ext3, Ext2, FAT32, FAT16, and FAT12 file system volumes. The software works well with all major distributions of Linux operating system, including Red Hat, SUSE, Debian, Fedora, and Mandriva.

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