Open objects in Disk Editor

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Active@ UNDELETE ver. 14
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Open objects in Disk Editor

You can open a physical disk, a logical drive, or a partition from the Recovery Explorer. If you performed scanning, you can also open a file from the list of found files.

In Disk editor you can view and edit following disk objects:

  • Physical Disk
  • Volume (Logical Drive)
  • Partition
  • File

To open an object:

  1. Select an object in a list of disk objects. You may select a physical drive, a partition, or a logical drive. If you performed scanning before, you can also select a file.
  2. Click the Open in Disk Editor Button in a toolbar.
  3. Alternatively, right click on a disk object and select Open in Disk Editor from a context menu. You can also use the Ctrl+H shortcut.
  4. In Welcome View select tab Advanced Tools and then click Open Disk command. In appeared dialog select physical disk, volume or unallocated space item and click OK to open selected in Disk Editor. Open disk or volume in Disk Editor

You will see physical drives and partitions only if you switched to the Expert Device mode of Recovery Explorer view. Otherwise, only logical drives will be available.

As with any advanced tool, use extreme caution with the Disk Editor. Changes that you make may affect disk structure integrity. You must be certain that the changes you make are in line with correct data structures before you save changes.

See Also:

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