Data Recovery Software - Formatted FAT Partition Recovery


Advance Data Recovery tool to recover deleted files from corrupted, damaged or formatted FAT partition

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Kernel for FAT Data Recovery - Windows Partition Recovery Tool

Kernel for FAT Data Recovery software recovers corrupted, deleted, or lost data from corrupted, deleted, and formatted partitions having FAT, FAT16, or FAT32 file system. It is a quick and easy tool to recover lost data. The software examines your inaccessible hard drives for damages and corruptions and recovers partition to get the data back.

Kernel for FAT recovers data lost due to:

FAT Data Recovery

  • Reformatted partitions
  • Deleted partitions
  • Partitions corrupted due to unexpected system shutdown or software failure
  • Windows Registry Corruption
  • Damaged or deleted partition structure

Supported File system and Operating System:


Kernel for FAT Data Recovery software supports following file systems

  • FAT32
  • FAT16

Kernel for FAT Data Recovery supports following Operating System:

  • DOS
  • Windows NT
  • Windows 95
  • Windows 98
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 7
  • Windows vista
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 8.1
  • Windows 10

Overview of Kernel for FAT Data Recovery - Formatted Partition Recovery Software


Kernel for FAT Data Recovery is an advance data recovery tool that scans the corrupted disk to recover data so that you can continue your business without any hindrances. Nucleus Kernel for FAT is a very comprehensive FAT partition recovery software that will interpret all your data to the maximum possible extent. The software will display all the files and folders in a tree like structure after the completion of the recovery process. It recovers data from almost all type of storage devices, such as IDE, EIDE, SCSI, SATA, PAN, ZIP, and USB drives.


Kernel for FAT provides easy access to your lost or corrupted files and folders in a minute, and recovers lost data in 3 simple steps: