M3 RAW to NTFS Converter has been designed to turn your hard disks and external storage devices into workable NTFS drives when in RAW status. Not only will it make your RAW disks functional again, but it will also recover whatever information was stored on them at the time of losing their file system. The program’s simple interface will guide you through the few simple steps required to bring your HDDs and USB devices back to life.
There are various reasons why your hard drives or USB external devices could lose their file systems and become unusable – a virus attack, a major system failure, a damaged Master File Table (MFT), or any other DBR (Damaged Beyond Repair) error. Though it is true that the CHKDSK DOS command is capable of fixing minor file system errors, this option rarely works with the kind of disk failures that usually put them in RAW status.
M3 RAW to NTFS Converter will scan your RAW disk, look for whatever files and folders were there, and turn your storage device into a new, functional NTFS drive. The program will detect all the storage devices connected to your system (both internal and external) and will tell you which file system they have. The file system of your faulty drive will be shown as “Unknown”, and all you have to do then is select the damaged drive and let the program guide you through the entire recovery and conversion process. As the program does not format your storage device in the process, all your photos, music, videos, and documents will be there waiting for you once the file system has been restored.
M3 RAW to NTFS Converter works with all kinds of HDDs and storage devices, even with their size is larger than 2TB. All IDE, SATA, and SCSI drives are fully supported, as well as FireWire and USB HDDs, memory cards, memory sticks, ZIP drives… you name it. Designed for all types of users, this M3 product is a simple yet powerful tool that will save you time and stress.
- Easy-to-use and intuitive interface.
- Allows you to preview the files to recover.
- Supports a wide array of drives and disk types.