Recover damaged disk

It's a bit like your hard drive was a book A damaged partition table is to have the contents of the completely erased The rest of the book is present, but the reader has no idea how to find it. The reader could simply read the book chapter by chapter until he finds the information he is looking for, but it would take a lot, a lot of time. What you need is a program that goes through the book by looking at each chapter title so that it can reconstruct a new table of contents.


To get the most out of advanced data recovery method it is better to know how the data is stored on a hard disk Your data is organized on your hard drive in a hierarchical structure and if any part of this structure is damaged, it will not necessarily mean that the rest of your data is also lost. For example, if your system experiences a severe crash or fails in a system install or repartition operation, the master boot record or partition sector might be damaged.

In this case, your computer will be unable to read the disc But your important data, such as individual files and folders and the contents of your important files will always be intact.

The problem is that the system does not know how to handle the disk The partition table is supposed to inform the computer about how the disk is split, about the number of partitions currently on the disk and what types of system files each of those partitions uses.

This is essential information for the system when it starts. As soon as your computer starts, it says,  I need to find these files to move forward,But since there is no master boot record, he can not find them. And stop his activity.

This is essentially what a disk scan does. A disk scan is a powerful tool included in the R-Studio data recovery suite It takes a disk with a master boot record or partition table and parses it only where the partition information is usually stored. In most cases, it can easily and efficiently find the information it needs to locate and identify all partitions or logical drives. In fact, a disk scan can even restore the folder and file structures with their full names. This makes recovery very easy.

Performing a disk scan is a data recovery technique that saves time and especially before a raw file search.

A raw file search scans the entire hard drive and searches for file signatures of known file types This is a very effective way to find and recover data from severely damaged hard drives but it can also take a long time. By retrieving file and folder structures and partition tables with disk analysis, you can dramatically reduce the duration of this process.