Devices to Store Recovered Files

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R-Studio Emergency can write recovered files to the following devices:

FAT devices such as USB sticks, memory cards, and other similar devices. Such devices are inexpensive and easily available, they can be fully accessed by all operating systems, but they have one important drawback: they cannot store files larger that 2GB. So, if you plan to recover large video files, this is not your option.

 

NTFS disks (primarily used in Windows computers).

Access without any third-party software:

Windows computers: full.

Mac computers: read.

Linux computers: full.

 

HFS/HFS+ disks (used in Mac computers).

Access without any third-party software:

Windows computers: no.

Mac computers: full. Some access problems may appear for files written by R-Studio Emergency.

Linux computers: full. Some access problems may appear for files written by R-Studio Emergency.

 

Network disks. Such disks may be on other network computers or NAS devices. See the Network Drives page for more details

 

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