Perbedaan FAT, FAT32, NTFS, Ext2, Ext3, Dan Ext4

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Perbedaan FAT, FAT32, NTFS, Ext2, Ext3, Dan Ext4

Forensics Studio may be able to recover a file from a damaged file. Note, however, that very often this is not possible. Only a file can be repaired. Thus, it is not possible to recover the files that are stored in the registry or the files that are stored on drives or partitions.

A NTFS file can not be accessed. It is like any other file, but it has an additional file allocation table. Thus, when it is opened, you will have to delete all the data of the file before you can access it. The NTFS driver will not allow you to save, delete, or even move a file if it is opened in the windows. To erase NTFS, you will need to uninstall the NTFS driver. You can use the built-in Windows XP cleaner to erase NTFS files and delete them.

Some point of view; there are a number of different organizations (file systems) available in Windows. The most visible may be the NTFS file system that is standard with all of Windows since Windows NT 3.51. Windows NT, Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Me, and Windows 2000 all include a NTFS file system. The FAT file system was developed in Microsoft, first included in version 1.0 of the operating system in 1985 and first released commercially in 1987. Windows and Microsoft Office are two of the most popular software applications in use today, and Microsoft has incorporated NTFS and FAT file systems into these applications and the Microsoft Windows operating system. Windows 2000 added support for FAT32, a file system that, like the FAT file system, is a single partition file system. The FAT16 file system is a file system used to create the file systems that are included in DOS.

After the partition area is the data area, which starts at 2 G and extends in the range of 32 G to 2 T. This is the data area that can be used for storing files. All files stored by the operating system are carried there, and these files are organized in a chain. The first file is 2 G, and after that, the chain continues in the data area and extends to the end of the drive. The data area is divided into clusters and directories.
Then, we can divide the data area into clusters and directories according to its size and contents. The first cluster (cluster 1) is the smallest cluster. Its size is the minimum partition size.
Each cluster contains all files and all information about the clusters. The clusters are distributed into the data area according to the distribution of the file system. Therefore, the cluster number increases from the beginning of the data area. Starting from this cluster, the cluster number increases from the beginning of the data area.
File carving is a process of recovering files that has been damaged by almost anything including viruses, bad programs, or corrupted sectors. It is also used for investigations, data retrieval, image retrieval, and for rapid recovery of lost data (if the data is only hidden within a file). Although photo recovery software is more specialized, it has the same principle in recovering files.
The file recovery, or forensic process of recovering data, is an effective way to retrieve data from damaged and formatted hard drives. File carving not only retrieves information, but it also helps to identify the type of media being used (e.g. CD, VCD, DVD etc).

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