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Linux-based Hard Drive Data Recovery Tools

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Linux-based Hard Drive Data Recovery Tools: If your hard drive is unbootable due to corrupt partition tables, computer viruses, system errors, and other non-mechanical issues, you may consider using a hard drive data recovery tool to save your precious files or data from being permanently wiped out. Thankfully, there are tons of available Linux-based rescue tools that can get the job done quickly and easily. I have here a list of some of the most well-known Linux-based hard drive data recovery tools that you can use freely:

SystemRescueCd
SystemRescueCd is a Gentoo-based Linux distribution that is loaded with essential features for rescuing damaged computer systems. It is able to run from a Live CD or from a USB flash drive, and comes with an easy-to-use graphical desktop environment. Here are some of SystemRescueCd's features and software packages that can be used for hard drive data recovery:

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