Nice Programm

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  • #4237

    xeen3d
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    Hi
    nice program, but there is no option to uninstall the driver
    and a second thing is that in advanced mode is per default only the user folder protected but most people think that
    Protection protect the hole disk.

    What is with chkdsk if a laptop will crash , often the disk must be repair with diskmanager did your driver
    is secure or will be more damaged than without the driver in filesystem structure ?

    Where the Information about deleted files are stored in Filesystem or at Harddisk block mode ?

    You must make a uninstall Button for the driver not all want protection (like me) want only undelete Files or restore
    partition data but without driver 😉

    #4522

    mynameisJR
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    there is no option to uninstall the driver

    Hi, as we explained at macupdate the driver Disk Drill refers to is actually not a driver, it’s a daemon for file activity monitoring which is required and is actually the core for Recovery Vault. We’ll improve the explanations on this in the interface. And will consider adding a special option to not install it if you don’t need Recovery Vault functionality.

    in advanced mode is per default only the user folder protected but most people think that Protection protect the hole disk.

    This folder is the main one for most of Mac users, all your documents, desktop, etc are stored here. So by default this main folder is protected. You can add others manually if needed. We don’t think it’s efficient to monitor all other root/system folders on a drive.

    What is with chkdsk if a laptop will crash , often the disk must be repair with diskmanager did your driver
    is secure or will be more damaged than without the driver in filesystem structure ?

    Recovery Vault works in read-only mode and does not modify any contents on the hard drive or other protected media. There’s surely a very very low chance that something may go wrong, and Recovery Vault may read data with errors, but it’s extremely unlikely that it can cause crash of your Mac or anyhow influence the amount of “damage”.

    Where the Information about deleted files are stored in Filesystem or at Harddisk block mode ?

    Like any other application Disk Drill stores its files including Recovery Vault in /Library/Caches/CleverFiles. Didn’t get your idea on “harddisk block mode”.

    #4523

    xeen3d
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    Hi
    thanks for your answer, to store changes of Filesystems in Block mode coms from SAN and Storage MS shadow copy use it too.
    Snapshots use it and many Undelete Tools in Enterprise use it while it is the smallest usable system to store changes on a disk without knowing Filesystem or Operating systems
    Every changed Block from the device (Hard disk) will be stored on a special pice of the disk with that you can have undelete timed snapshots or go back like time machine.

    So if i test a undelete program with some more features i ask first how it works 😉

    greetings from Germany

    Andre

    #4525

    mynameisJR
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    Seems like we got it. I don’t think Disk Drill can be considered in this perspective.

    _Really generally_ we can consider Recovery Vault to be part of filesystem mode: it copies the changes in files’ metainfo, and stores only its latest up-to-date version.

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