Tuesday, April 30, 2019

On Top HDD Data Recover

Currently data recovery is a term more and more we are talking about, due to the flying-growth of data recovery technology. Data recovery is no more a simple service, but a high-level and professional technology vs. technology.

Anytime we may suffer a critical data loss from a logical corruption or a mechanical failure hard drive. As we know, logical corruption is somewhat a skin deep problem. A data recovery software program may work it out. In most cases, mechanical failure could be complicated, in a way, most people will find their data lost forever. However, it is not the truth. Never assume your data unrecoverable.

Common drive problems like: Drive "clicks" or makes other noises. Drive won't spin at all. Accidentally formatted drive. You smelled smoke when you ran power to your drive. You are missing some important files. BIOS can't detect drive or detects drive as wrong size or model. Can't access drive, Windows asks if you want to format it. Accidentally erased critical data. You are looking for a forensic data recovery. Your important photos lost in digital camera or other media are no longer on your memory card. Any of these, do you find out panic? Problems do happen all the time in the IT world.

In these cases, you are not enough just to think of a data recovery software might help you out. Figure out a best solution that fits your problems. You may find SalvationDATA as helpful. As a world-level institution doing research in data recovery tools and firmware repair equipment, held a leading device named Data Compass. The further you get into the industry, the more you should concern about this current leading technology. Compared with other disk imaging products, Data compass advanced in: DC adopts pioneered Disk Image technique - ShadowDisk, which images the sector physically from the defective drive to a functioning drive at the same time when the sector is being requested, so that each sector being requested will first be imaged to a good drive, and then the read/write request will be directed to the image disk. Before DC was released, Disk Image was a key phase in data recovery, especially when the drive is in an unstable status, all the data will be imaged from the patient drive to another functional drive by disk imaging tools, and then data recovery will be performed on the functional imaged drive. This traditional procedure has an obvious disadvantage: you need to wait until the disk image finish to recovery your data, even what you need is only a few files from the patient drive, still you will have to go through a whole disk image, as a result, the time cost for that will be hours or days that depends on the capacity and the drive status, that is, the more bad sectors it happens, the slower the image speed will be. No worries! Now you don't need to waste your time on waiting and creating an image, technically speaking, you are already working on an image when using DC with a patient drive.


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