Ryan wrote:Thank you very much Jarad and datahaze for your advice.
But after reviewing how to use dderescue I think it may be too advanced for my level of ability, especially since I have no knowledge of Linux. I think I might have to spend more time learning how to use it and assembling the necessary tools than actually recovering the data. And I am afraid I would make a mistake since I am so unfamiliar with everything. It scares me. I'm sure it must be an excellent tool, but it seems too advanced for me.
Jared wrote:Source of the postRyan wrote:Source of the post Don't expect R-Studio can do it, but maybe I will give it a try
R-Studio can image drives (if they are relatively healthy). You just have to enable "write" in the settings, then right click the drive and select "copy object to". That'll bring up the copy object menu.
However, a better method of cloning is to use ddrescue in Linux. I wrote up a guide for that here: how-to-clone-a-hard-drive-with-bad-sectors-using-ddrescue-t133.html
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