Use Windows Data Recovery tool to access data lost due to file corruption

Getting encountered with unwanted inconsistencies in the Windows operating system can be caused because of various reasons. Whatever the reason for such misfortune, the ideal approach that one can opt is take help of Windows data recovery software.

Being one of those regular computer users, have you ever got stuck with Blue Screen of Death situation where PC running on Windows operating system have got stopped working properly. Generally, referred as STOP errors, it results in an unexpected cold behavior of the system. In fact, getting encountered with such unwanted inconsistencies in the Windows operating system can be caused by several things, such as faulty hardware, bad drivers, improper system shutdown power outage etc.
Now, every time such issues arise, the data files stored in the system gets completely inaccessible.

Suppose, you are working on Windows 7 operating system, and unexpectedly you face the following STOP error message:


Stop: 0×00000050 (0xE41B0E15, 0×00000000, 0xBF88CD88, 00000001)"

The above error signifies that the page requested is not found in memory. There could be various reasons for facing such issue like:

  • Problem with some software or device drivers

  • BIOS configuration is not up-to-date with the operating system

  • Trouble with RAM

  • Malfunction of hardware devices


However, be the reason for facing such unwanted trouble, ultimately the possibility of losing important file or folders will increase. Backup could be the option that might save you from facing such disaster. But again, what to do if you haven't managed a proper backup? If you have not maintained a proper backup, then the most suitable option that you got to follow is using third party data recovery application. In fact, the most suitable option that you can choose to get rid of such issue is to go for file recovery through a reliable Windows data recovery tool.

However, you may also run the system diagnostic tool to confirm which component is causing the problem. In fact, use the Chkdsk utility to recognize and repair the damaged partition. But it is very time-consuming procedure and so the most suitable option you have is to go for Kernel for Windows Data Recovery software. The software has got an excellent ability of recovering the required data from formatted and re-formatted Windows FAT and NTFS partitions. The utility provides its user with three scanning modes (Quick Scan, Extensive Scan and File Trace) to execute Windows data recovery.

Apart from providing various scanning modes, this Windows Disk Recovery software provides you the various supportive options that make data recovery quick, flawless, and less frustrating experience, such as:
  • Save Recovery Snapshot: This option saves scanning process of the partition. User can resume the recovery process after the scanned step. Software saves the snapshot in .NKFN file format.

  • Load Recovery Snapshot: This alternative loads the saved .NKFN file to Kernel for FAT and NTFS for further processing.

  • Find Files: Selecting this option allows you to search a explicit file(s) related to a particular file format type among several other files recovered by the Windows Disk Recovery software.

  • File Filters: This option operates very similar to the Find Files option, though the key difference is that in place of searching only one specific file type, here you are facilitated with multiple file types, say *.xls, *.docx, *.pdf, etc.

Apart from all these, the tool has got an interactive GUI and at the same time provides complete support to FAT 16, FAT 32, NTFS, and NTFS5 file systems. Compatible with various operating system Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows 95, and DOS, it is also available in trial version. One can download the trial version and get familiar with its properties successfully.

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