Would cloning a HD image to some "Raid 0" or "faster" single H.drives (10.000rpm).
or the use of a faster CPU, RAM or some Greater H.D. buffer, would also speed up this scan process ?
On client PC: its Dual Core T5500 is only used at 65% and scanning uses 1 out 3Gig RAM available...
I am assuming that some cloning of the needed partition would improove that on a faster Hardware sytem... right or wrong ?
LoboX wrote:10. When opening a disk I see some files marked with a red cross, some without. Does the red cross means that the file is unrecoverable?
A Red cross on the icon means that the file has been intentionally deleted. Files without the red cross are files that exist or existed on the disk. They may be lost from the system due to file structure corruption (especially when found on Recognized partitions.)
I don't understand this????? How R-Studio knows this.
Mattb1993 wrote:I am currently trying to scan my girlfriends 1TB hardrive (All files are very slow and hardrive can be unresponsive as there is some sort of internal damage). Scan has been going for 5 hours and only scanned 170mb and rekons that it'll take 3years to finish, is there any point me trying to keep going or is it a lost cause. If this method doesn't work girlfriend wants to send hardrive away which is going to cost up to $1100 for recovery.
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