View the reconstructed tree and a trial restoration information.
At the time of sampling of the reconstructed tree catalog information, the screen displays a dialog box
informing the user about the current process of information retrieval, is presented in Fig. 10.
Fig. 10. Waiting for the process of retrieving information from a directory tree.
After a sample of the display information the screen displays the reconstructed tree as it makes
Windows Explorer, Fig. 11.
Fig. 11. Waiting for the process of retrieving information from a directory tree.
The user can browse the tree and check whether it contains the desired files and folders.
To verify the correctness of data recovery, the user can mark the desired files.
To mark files and folders with the subfolders, click on the empty box to the left of the corresponding
name of a file or folder, or by clicking on the dialog button [Select all].
To ground the selection, click with the mouse on the small box with a check mark, or use the button
To control the degree of the restore files dialog, you can press the button [Trial recovery]
In this case the program will warn the user that this operation is designed to control the correctness of the recovery
data, and will be restored only unfragmented files with length from 1 to 64 Kbytes.
Fig. 12. Waiting for the process of retrieving information from a directory tree.
When a positive response, the program will ask to specify the place where should be placed the extracted files and execute
trial recovery files.