5 Bootable Data Backup And Recovery Gear for Linux Systems!

NYzU13220PM7222014Data recovery tools are rather useful while helping you out with your system files and resources. Data backup and recovery are very important if you’re looking to maintain the holiness of your files in the longer run. Here are 5 bootable data recovery tools for your Linux systems.

1.Boot Repair Disk

Boot-Repair-Disk is a live CD that keep multiple Linux distributions. Boot-Repair Disk repairs the dig up boot loader of Linux and can repair multiple editions of Microsoft Windows operating systems. Boot-Repair-Disk serves as a free recovery disk with a one-click repair design system. It can optionally connect to the internet to post diagnostics of a user’s disk partition tables to pastebin sites for further online community assistance.

2.SpinRite

SpinRite is a computer software program for scanning magnetic data storage devices such as hard disks, recovering data from them and refreshing their surfaces. SpinRite is run from a bootable medium (floppy disc, optical disc, bootable external storage device such as a USB stick) on a PC-compatible computer; it uses its own operating system and ignores the one installed, whether functional or not.

3.Hiren’s BootCD

Hiren’s BootCD is a bootable software CD containing a number of diagnostic programs such as partitioning agents, system performance benchmarks, disk cloning and imaging tools, data recovery tools, MBR tools, BIOS tools, and many others for fixing various computer problems. HBCD can be considered a valuable tool for use in troubleshooting and recovery of computers

4.SystemRescueCD

SystemRescueCd is an operating system for the x86 computer platform, though the primary purpose of SystemRescueCD is to repair unbootable or otherwise damaged computer systems after a system crash. SystemRescueCd is not intended to be used as a permanent operating system. It runs from a Live CD or a USB flash drive.

5.Trinity Rescue Kit

Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) is a free and open-source Linux distribution with a command-line interface. TRK was designed for deployment as a live CD or live USB. The author of TRK, Tom Kerremans, includes in the distribution various third-party software utilities for repairing damaged files, recovering data, resetting passwords, detecting computer viruses, and disk cloning.

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