How do I recover data from drive having bad sectors?

Remo Recover Software offers best in class imaging option built-in. If a drive has huge number of Bad Sectors, it is highly recommended to take an image with Remo Recover Pro edition and perform a scan on that Image file.

A disk image is a single file containing the complete contents and structure representing a data storage device, such as a hard drive, memory card, or USB flash drive. A disk image is usually created by creating a complete sector-by-sector copy of the source medium and thereby perfectly replicating the structure and contents of a storage device. Remo Recover (Windows) Pro Edition Software offers the option to image the drive and recover data from the image file (without restoring the image). Creating a disk image of the drive and then to process created image would eventually help in ignoring the bad sectors and avoids continuous read attempts directly on the disk in real-time situation.

The less number of read attempts ensures no further increase in bad sectors and no further loss of data or damage to the disk drive.

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