VMware VMDK Recovery via Accurate Result

Use Professional VMware Recovery Software to Perfect VMDK Recovery

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VMware is one of the best ways for virtualization. But, oftentimes, user wants to recover its VMDK data from corruption cause of Virtual Machine. And here a search for commercial tools started that can easily and safely let the VMDK users restores entire data in workable mode. VMware recovery software is for you to execute proper data revival from corruption/damaged or inaccessible condition.

Apart from this VMDK data recovery, this tool is also offering the deleted, lost/missing or formatted files/folders or partition recovery. Means user those are in need to perform undelete deleted VMDK file can also use this superb application without any doubt.

Software is packed with distinct tech benefits for letting the users to accomplish the task of recovering VMware VMDK files without hampering the working through any king of damage. By using the “Search Virtual Machines” option, it is possible to regain data of VMDK file from unknown VMs (Virtual Machine).

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Features

  • Make Data of unlimited VMDK files
  • Browse and Scan desired Virtual Machines through “Scan Virtual Machine” mode
  • The tool supports all NTFS/FAT file systems based VM VMDK file recovery
  • Apply filters: Search or Date, to get particular file via its file format, created/modified/last access date.
  • Save Recovered data via “Extract” or “Extract As Original” option.
  • Store entire recovered details in .csv format

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2014-04-26
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