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Rescuing data from a damaged Windows HDD pt.II

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When I did and wrote the first post I did not know of ddrescue. And it worked like a walk in the park, it just took eight and a half hours… /tmp # ddrescue -d -r3 /dev/sdd2 blah.img blah.logfile GNU ddrescue 1.21 Press Ctrl-C to interrupt ipos: 113173 MB, non-trimmed: 0 B, current rate: 0 B/s […]