Pqrp Publisher's description
from Svend Olaf Mikkelsen
Originally FAT32 partitions
Examines PQRP partitions that were originally FAT32 partitions. One damage type, which is not recognized by Pqrp, is found by Chsdir, using the usual command line with the addition of the keyword 'adjustclusters'.
If you have a Pqrp data recovery problem with a FAT or NTFS partition, I suggest you initially do using the Findpart program:
findpart all fp.txt
and mail me the file fp.txt. For FAT partitions you also can do (example for disk 1): "pqrp 1 pq.txt" or in Windows "findpart pqrp 1 pq.txt". Do nothing else. The partition table editing method should only be used if it is known that the Pqrp partition is internally OK. In other words: Do NOT use the ptedit program.
System Requirements:No special requirements.
Program Release Status:
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall