Before going into more details about how to restore VHDX file or repair it. Let me introduce you what is VHDX(as a lot of the crowd know) and how VHDX file gets corrupted.
What is VHDX files?
VHDX is a Hyper-V Virtual Hard Disk file found on Window server 2012. Unlike VHD, VHDX provides the huge storage capacity and storage challenges for virtual machines when larger workload end up as VMs. Before Windows Server 2012, Virtual hard disks had a 2 TB limit but now VHDX files have a 64 TB capacity. The VHDX format also provides protection against file corruption related to power failures by continuously keeping track of updates in the metadata, a feature not available with the VHD format. The VHDX format also provides protection against file corruption related to power failures by continuously keeping track of updates in the metadata, a feature not available with the VHD format.
Need of VHDX Recovery Tool
VHDX Recovery Tool came in race to recover the corrupt VHDX files or accidentally deletion of VHDX files by the user or the any system experts. So, VHDX recovery has become as important task for the Virtual Hard Disk or VMs users who the lost the important VHDX file which have some important data.
VHDX Recovery Tool
VHDX Recovery tool is smartly programmed with very powerful recovery algorithm that make task of retrieving VHDX file east and effective for you. This tool support all the windows file system such as FAT, FAT16, FAT32, FAT64, NTFS, HFS+ and EXT. Any type of user can user this VHDX recovery tool in ease because of its friendly environment. VHDX files created in Windows Server 2012, Windows 8 and 10 , Windows Server 2012 R2 are highly supported. Also, the software runs smoothly under all Windows operating systems and all version of Windows
Some Key Features
- Enabled for successful complete recovery RAW Recovery mode.
- Intensive scanning of VHDX files in two Modes: Standard and Advance modes.
- Highly supported Master boot record (MBR) and GUID partition table (GPT).
- Tree-structure preview of files and folders before saving them.