Existing free programs tend to be less functional than paid ones. This is due to the fact that developers understand that if the lost Data Recovery Services is really important, then people will be willing to pay for a program to recover it.
Before doing anything further, please read everything carefully.
FINDNTFS Find NTFS is a free program that can find and repair a damaged NTFS partition. There are several different versions, among which there is one designed to work after booting in DOS mode. It can be used if Windows does not boot. Find NTFS, in addition to searching and restoring NTFS partitions, has several more useful functions that we don’t need now, and we won’t dwell on them.
To use find ntfs, boot your computer using a DOS boot floppy disk with findntfs.exe written to it. You can get a list of files and folders on a recoverable drive by typing ‘FINDNTFS # 1 1 1 c:\recoverlog.txt files’ at the command line. The # symbol must be replaced with the disk number. If you have only one hard disk, then its number will be 1, and if there are several disks, then number 1 will get the physical disk on which the logical disk ‘C:’ is located.
This command tells find ntfs to search the entire specified drive for NTFS files and list them in a text file on the C: drive. You can set any file name and on any drive. Just don’t create it on the same drive you want to restore the information from. Once the file is created, you can view it. It should look something like this.
If everything went well, you can find the files you need in the list. The folders in which findntfs found them may not match where they were actually located. Before proceeding to the next steps, write down the folder numbers of the desired files.
To restore Linkedin files using find ntfs, you need to use the ‘copy’ command. The limitation of the program is that it writes files to the folder in which it itself is located. So make sure there is enough space before the next step.
The find ntfs program has another significant limitation, it cannot copy files to a FAT partition. This makes recovery impossible without an NTFS partition and its support by the operating system (Windows NT/2000/XP). In this case, it will not be possible to restore files by booting the computer using a DOS disk. Another free NTFS reader utility can solve the problem.