Repair Damaged VMDK Files in Batch
This VMware Data Recovery software is designed in such a way that it recover data from multiple VMware files at once. A user just needs to click on the Browse button for Virtual machine folder path. Moreover, if a user wants, he or she can search for multiple VMs also in the local machine drive and scan all of them in batch. It repairs & recovers all data, files or folders available in the VMDK file.
Preview VMDK Data with Attributes
As the scanning process of corrupt, formatted, or deleted VMDK files is completed successfully, the tool will display all its data items. It provides the preview of each file with its attributes such as name, created date, size in bytes, and modified date. The VMware Data Recovery tool will permit users to preview text files such as .xml, .log, .dir, flat etc. and images in .jpg, .png, .gif, etc., format.
Provides an Advance Search Option
VMDK Data Recovery tool permits users to search for any particular file like vmdk flat file within the VMware file via its extension. Moreover, a user can filter the data items with the help of various parameters like creation date, last access date, or last modified date. One can also set the date range in order to filter out the items under the specified date range.
Option to Save Selective VMware Files
While extracting VMDK file data, the vmdk flat file recovery tool provides users an option to perform it on a selective basis. A user can easily save the selected data and folders from the repaired VMware files without any hassle. One just needs to check or uncheck the data items that need to be extracted.
Extract & Save Repaired VMDK Files
After repairing VMware data successfully, the VMDK file recovery allows users to extract and save the files in 2 different ways:
1. Extract Data: If a user wants to save the VMDK file at some desired location, then choose this option.
2. Extract as Original: If a user wants to restore the recovered VMware file data in its original location.
Option to Search & Scan VM Files
If a user wants to scan & recover Virtual machines data, then one needs to add them first. A user can go for a search option if he or she is not able to locate the VM path. One can look for the Virtual machines in two different ways:
1. Search in All Drives: Perform search operation on complete system drives.
2. Search within Specific drive: Look in the selective drive only of the local machine.
Keep Original Folder Structure Intact
The VMware Data recovery tool is designed in such a manner that it after recovering VMware file data, the files & folders remains organized in a proper and original structure. Moreover, after extracting, the tool make sure that its folder structure remains intact as the original. There will be no change folder hierarchy and it will maintain the data property also after vmdk flat file recovery as well.
Generates Data Recovery Report
After the VMDK data recovery and extraction process, the VMware recovery tool will generate a complete report for the same. This report contains details like Virtual Machine number, Source folder & Destination folder. Moreover, if a user wants, then he or she can save the data recovery & extraction report in a CSV format on local machine for future reference.
Note: Software will get delivered on your registered email id, within 15 minutes after placing the order.
First of all, download and install VMDK Data Recovery Application. Then, click on the Scan from the main screen
After that, if you know VM folder path, click on Browse button to add it. Then, click on Scan button to begin the VMDK recovery process
If you do not know the VM folder path, click on Search Virtual Machine option and perform either All Drive scan or Specific Drive scan. After choosing the desired Virtual Machine, click on Search button
As the scanning process completed successfully, the tool will display the list of all items stored in it
You can search for a specific file using its extension, created date, modified date, last date filters. Moreover, you can date-based filter also for the same
Choose the files that you want to extract on any desired location or in its original drive. Then, click on Extract button and start the process.
As the extraction process completed successfully, click on the Save button to save the report in CSV format on the system.
"I did not know the path of VM folder on my local machine. But, the VMDK Data Recovery application is designed so well that it provides an option to search for Virtual Machine. This feature make the whole recovery process convenient for me. Moreover, the user interface of the application is also very easy to understand. It does not require any expert help to run the application."
-- Carla Daniel, Switzerland
"Recovering multiple VMDK files at same time without any limitation is the most attractive part of this tool. I was having 7 VMDK files and all of them were large in size. Repairing each of them separately was the time-consuming process. But, thanks to this VMware Data Recovery tool for helping me in such a great way. It recovers all my 7 VMDK files in just a number of clicks. Honestly, it is an amazing utility."
-- Charlotte Lynch, Brazil