Create image and recover data from hard drive with bad sectors and blocks using SPWDR Pro?


Yes, you can do this by first imaging your hard drive and then using 'Resume Recovery' feature to recommence recovery after loading the image file. 

To use the 'Resume Recovery' feature of Stellar Phoenix Windows Data Recovery, follow the given steps:

 Run the software. On the main screen, select the 'Recovery from Image' tab. 

 The next screen shows you a list of recently created disk images or saved scan information files. If you cannot locate the desired image in this list, click 'Browse' to select the file manually.

 The 'Select Volume to Recover Data' section will show all the volumes contained in the selected image. Select any volume in this list for recovery.

 Choose any of the options provided on the flying pane and perform data recovery. 

You can also start recovery immediately after the creation of disk image using this software. To do this, you need to click 'Scan Now' after completion of the imaging process. 

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Category: Windows Data Recovery - Pro

Last updated on December 24, 2013 with 1163 views

3 User Comments

Migs Isip
January 25, 2014 11:25 pm

Hi! I've already created an image file from a previous scan result, but whenever i try to reload that image, it does not show up in the 'select scan information / drive image to continue pane'. please help me out. :(

Amit Pandey
January 27, 2014 08:04 am

Dear Migs,

Sorry for the inconvenience!!

I'd recommend you to kindly uninstall the program and reinstall back again using administrator credentials. After successful re-installation, try to load that image again.

Hope it helps!!

August 8, 2014 01:27 pm

Can you use this feature on an incomplete image? My imaging has stalled out at 850/950GB... if I stop the imaging process, can I still use the partial image to recover what is there?

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