Running a Linux machine, you will notice how it is able to perform actions and store your images and videos. While having these items on your machine, you have to keep in mind that there is a potential risk for data loss leading to Linux data recovery.
If you are running on a Linux based machine chances are you are using a file system from the ext family (ext2, ext3, ext4) as these tend to be the more common file systems.
The first introduction to the ext file system was in April of 1992 and was specifically designed to operate with the Linux but it wasn’t until ext2 that the file system was made commercial-grade. Ext2 became the default file system for Linux distros such as Debian and Red Hat and is still the recommended file system for flash-based media while ext3 and ext4 are becoming more common on hard drives in a Linux system.
When suffering from a file loss case on an ext system you can run a software recovery such as Data Rescue for Mac that will be able to scan your drive and search for any deleted or lost information.
If the software recovery is not possible due to physical damage you will need to have the drive investigated and possibly have repairs performed on it to get the drive to a workable state in which data can be extracted.
The Data Rescue Center has all the needed tools and processes in place to perform complete Linux data recoveries. Whatever the case may be, your Linux data recovery is in excellent hands with The Data Rescue Center team of experts.
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