Parallelized File Carving accelerates data reconstruction from hard disk images. Hard disk drives´ capacity increases steadily, however the access speed does not accelerate in the same way. This master thesis targets at a new architecture for parallel analysis of forensic images. This architecture will be defined and implemented. The time needed for analyzing an image will be decreased. Using a plugin system, it is easy to add support for new file types. This thesis includes a technical motivation regarding file carving and the use of file carving in this thesis. Additionally, there are manuals for users and developers. Finally, future improvements and related work are presented.