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Tag Archives: File Systems Explained
NTFS Data Recovery

NTFS Master File Table Fixup

Recently DTI Data Recovery received an interesting question about NTFS data recovery and the values stored in the Master File Table. The question referenced the value following the magic value of ‘FILE’ in the record. Some of the time the data is an asterisk ‘*’ and other time the data is a zero ‘0’. The […]

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Microsoft FAT32 and Integrated Data Recovery

With several years in the data recovery industry there are, like all things, a metamorphosis from one method of recovery to the next. In the beginning there were simple file systems and simple drives and a coarse data recovery method was used in order to retrieve data. This method was based mostly on the hardware side and not […]

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Recovering a badly fragmented Outlook PST file after a few rounds with chkdsk The Final Installment

Welcome back!  As before, we still have the problem where chkdsk was run on a RAID with a stale drive.  We have had a brief explanation of how NTFS 5 works and how the data is stored on the volume.  Lets take a much more detailed look as to how the data is stored in […]

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