Tue 19 April 2011 | tags: damaged, fat32, recovery, sector, -- (permalink)

First, getting an image of the damaged hard drive.

$ ddrescue -n /dev/inputdevice rescued.img rescued.log

$ ddrescue -r 1 /dev/inputdevice rescued.img rescued.log

The first ddrescue command tries to fly through the disk as quickly as possible, skipping over sections when an error occurs. This allows me …

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