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The New Captain Nemo Pro…

Tuesday, November 20th, 2007

We have now released Captain Nemo Pro version 4.0. This is not the Nemo you are used to. You can now mount a reconstructed RAID in seconds, saving many hours over scanning the image in GetDataBack. Captain Nemo can still mount Linux and Netware devices.

Lets take a quick walk through the process.

You will need to start with RAID Reconstructor.

Now you will need to start Captain Nemo Pro Version 4.0.

Open a few files in order to test them. The fact that you see the folders, files, file names, the right file size, etc. is a good sign but does not necessarily mean that the file content is there and those files will be usable. You will not be able to test huge files or files that need to be imported correctly into their native application, like for example, Outlook PST files.

Select files that are easy to check – for example Word documents, pictures, or mp3. Open these files by double clicking them or by using the built-in viewer(F3). Please note: To open files by double clicking them, their associated application needs to be installed on the recovery computer.

Do the files open fine. meaning you can see the file content, the text, picture?
If so repeat the same process with a couple of more files in different folders.
If all or at least the majority of files open okay, your recover is looking good.

You should purchase the software from our website and copy the data to a different drive.

Runtime’s DiskExplorer for Linux

Monday, November 5th, 2007

Windows based Disk Editor for EXTFS2 & EXTFS3

This is the newest addition to our successful line of disk editors. Have an fresh new look at your Linux EXTFS2 or EXTFS3 file system:

  • navigate through your drive by using browser-style back and forth arrows, by going directly to the partition table, superblock, inodes, groups etc.
  • switch between several views, such as hex, text, directory, partition table, superblock, inode and group description view
  • search your drive for text, superblocks and partition tables
  • edit your drive by using the direct read/write mode (not recommended) or the virtual write mode
  • view and recover files
  • create a virtual volume when your superblock is lost or corrupted
  • conduct your own data recovery by taking advantage of all these features.

Price: $69

System Requirements:
Pentium Processor
8 MB RAM
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003 or Vista