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So, you are using DDI FE to make an image file, right? They tweak the NTFS file system so that it mounts in Windows as read only, as per the request of many forensic clients. I've found that this "tweak" doesn't play nice with Windows 10 (and possibly 8), but can be undone by run a quick scandisk using windows 7.ScotchBroth":32ufbefb said:Speaking of forensic imaging, does anyone use the DDI forensic addon? Whenever I do to make a DD of a drive the NTFS filesystem is undetectable by windows. I'm not certain why (I haven't dug into it really) Just wondering if anyone's experienced it and has a fix.
Presently, just learning more and more about individual and small business data recovery; however, I would like learn more about Forensic imaging -- to better appreciate what youse all are doing.pclab":81f4po3k said:Maybe first it was better for you, to tell us what you want/need to do and future expectations..