UFS Explorer Standard Access
The application software application for cases when access to not-damaged data is difficult or impossible.
- Data access on most popular file systems
- Universal data access
- Support of virtualization software
- Disk-on-Disk access
- Copying data all-at-once
- Functional extensions
The software enables fast and easy access to blocked data. Supporting a great variety of operating systems UFS Explorer Standard Access allows opening an
inaccessible file from Apple macOS, Linux and FreeBSD working on a PC concurrently with Windows operating system. The software supports various file systems -
FAT/FAT32, NTFS, ReFS, ReFS2 (Microsoft Windows), HFS+ (Apple macOS); Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, ReiserFS, XFS, Btrfs, JFS (JFS2) (Linux), UFS/UFS2 (FreeBSD), AIX JFS1/J2FS and HTFS/DTFS/EAFS/VxFS (Unix) - and helps to get
access to inaccessible data located on an external storage formatted with any supported file system. This program provides direct access to files on virtual
disks of virtual machines and any copies allowing users to eliminate virtual machine start and configuration. Additionally, with RAID Access Plugin -
RAID Builder access to data on any complex RAID-system built with the plug-in is possible.
The software is adjusted to work with:
file systems on disk images, virtual disks,
RAID storages etc. without the need of prior scanning.
Working as a "guide" from one file system to another, UFS Explorer Standard Access in no way affects information on the storage. The software operates in a
read-only mode therefore ensures safety of your data. UFS Explorer Standard Access is helpful for cases when files are not deleted and a file system is not
The software can be installed on Microsoft Windows.
Supported host operating systems:
Microsoft Windows ®: Windows ® XP with Service Pack 3 and later
Supported host computer architectures:
Intel Architecture, 32-bit (IA-32, x86) - all operating systems
The software works with file systems of Windows (FAT, ExFAT, NTFS, ReFS/ReFS2), macOS (HFS, HFS+, APFS), Linux (Ext, UFS, XFS), AIX (JFS1/J2FS), Unix (DTFS/HTFS/EAFS/VxFS).
Supported file systems for access
NTFS, FAT/FAT32, ExFAT, ReFS, ReFS2, SGI XFS, Apple HFS, HFS+ and APFS, JFS (Linux JFS2 and IBM JFS1/J2FS), Ext2-Ext4, ReiserFS, Unix/BSD UFS/UFS2,
Solaris/Mac big-endian UFS/UFS2, Custom Adaptec UFS, Sun ZFS, Novell NWFS, Novell Storage Services, VMware VMFS, Btrfs, Unix EAFS/HTFS/DTFS/VxFS
RAID support – virtual RAID building and reading.
Standard RAID assembly via RAID Access Plugin - RAID Builder
Custom RAID in Runtime VIM format via RAID Access Plugin - VIM Import
System requirements – supported OS, 1 Gb RAM, free 20 Mb.
any supported operating systems
at least 20MB of free disk space for software executable files
at least 256MB RAM
any supported operating systems
over 1GB of free disk space for program and temporary files
at least 1GB RAM and 2 logical cores CPU
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Trial version limits – there are file size limitations in the trial version.
The software copies files with the size under 256KB only
How to recover data with UFS Explorer Standard Access
To install the program, download the installation file. Be sure to
have minimal technical configuration to run the file.
Read full setup instruction
If installation does not start automatically, browse the Downloads folder for the program setup file, usually
containing the name of the software in its name, e.g. raisedr.exe. Open the file under root privileges or enter
the administrator password, in case you are a simple user of PC. Start the installation by following the prompts.
After starting the application you will see the navigation tree
on the left side of the tab, where all the opened storages will be shown, as well as partitions, disk images and complex storages (RAID).
You can either choose the needed storage from this top-level container or use the “Open” tool. In case when you don’t see the required storage,
use the 'Refresh storages' tool to reset the tree of attached storages.
You can also choose specific files and folders if needed further on.
The application can evaluate the chosen storage, which may take a while, depending on the storage size. It's strongly recommended to save scan
result project. If you save scan result, you won't need to scan the storage once again. The evaluation result will also show any present bad objects.
The final step is analyzing the scan results. The scan result shows users all files and folders available for recovery. The simple
interface allows users to browse and copy files just like in an original file system, making the recovery procedure easy and fast.
This means, required files and folders can be saved using all the same tools in Explorer. Users only need to choose the lost file
or folder and follow the steps to save it or to make a copy in the specified destination folder.
Access to unavailable devices
UFS Explorer Standard Access allows getting access to attached devices unseen by means of the local computer operating system. With this software
your computer gains direct access also to internal drives formatted with other file systems.
Optional RAID-Builder module
This program provides an additional opportunity to assemble complex RAID storage and get access to its data. Configurations available
for assembly include RAID Level 0, 3, 5, 6 and JBOD.
Handling virtual drives
UFS Explorer Standard Access works with virtual drives of virtual machines to provide access to the data stored within them. Access to files with this
program doesn't require opening and running the virtual machine as such.
UFS Explorer Standard Access includes a possibility to open a virtual disk contained inside of another virtual disk and get access to its data. This
software feature allows handling multi-level virtual storages again without the necessity to run them.
Software testing and certification:
Windows version of UFS Explorer Professional Recovery has been tested to meet all technical requirements of
compatibility with Windows ® 7 and Windows ® 8 operating systems.
When to use UFS Explorer Standard Access
Access to data on supplementary operating system
UFS Explorer Standard Access provides access to data located on Apple macOS, Linux and FreeBSD operating systems installed as a supplementary to
Windows. Working on your PC with active Windows OS users can easily get any data from any supported operating system.
Access to files on external storage
UFS Explorer Standard Access allows users to open inaccessible files located on an external storage formatted with HFS+ (Apple macOS); Ext2, Ext3,
Ext4, ReiserFS, XFS, Btrfs, JFS (JFS2) (Linux) and UFS/UFS2 (FreeBSD).
Direct and safe access to data on virtual machine
UFS Explorer Standard Access offers direct access to files on virtual disks of virtual machines and their copies without virtual machine start and
configuration, working in a safe read-only mode without any modifications on the storage and threatening your data.