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Why don’t you mount the found items as a disk and do everything you listed in this topic?
Here’s how: /help/how-do-i-mount-scanning-results-as-a-disk-and-recover-from-it/
The date filter will only work for files that have the timestamp. Those files that are recoverable with Deep Scan don’t have that info.
Please hang on there a bit more… maybe one more update before we switch to Disk Drill 3, and we’ll be glad to help you out from there. Email me directly at email@example.com for a small bonus.
Do you see the newly rebuilt partition in Disk Drill now? Also, before we proceed with troubleshooting this, I recommend copying out the data from the found partition asap, through Disk Drill.
Hm, which version of Disk Drill are you running now?
.dat files can belong to multiple types: images, binary, etc. If Disk Drill didn’t locate them after you used all recovery methods, it’s possible that they are gone. Most probably you used Deep Scan, and your .dat files are not reconstructable.December 30, 2015 at 5:25 pm in reply to: 1 TB hitachi hard disk had falling down to floor and it not worked anymore!! #6447
Hi Alexander, there’s no universal answer to this question, unfortunately. We always recommend downloading Disk Drill Basic and trying it yourself: https://www.cleverfiles.com/getdiskdrill – every recovery case is unique. A lot depends on the fact if your drive is still recognizable by Mac OS X.
Dear Franck, please, see our response via email. We are not able to track your order. Need more info.
Hi there, BDLDaemon is not related to Disk Drill. What made you think it’s our component?
I’m not quite sure why exactly you cannot use Disk Drill Basic on Mac to see if your data is recoverable, or just go on and use Disk Drill for Windows, which is currently free and employs most of the same core recovery algorithms with the Mac edition. Is there anything specific that prevents you from connecting your Windows drive and running a recovery to see what can be done to undelete those partitions?
Hi again, can you, please, try the latest release of Disk Drill 2.4.433, and let us know if you are still experiencing the issue? You can get it here: https://www.cleverfiles.com/getdiskdrill
I’m really happy to hear your laptop is back to normal, but stay alert, you hard drive may need to be replaced if it keeps producing those sounds again. Don’t be afraid to run the Deep Scan again (if you have a proper backup), you may stress-test your drive and confirm its unstable state, which is better to be discovered sooner.
Can you, please, verify that the partition you are rebuilding is not mounted to your computer at the moment? You can do it by launching Disk Utility and Ejecting it if it’s mounted.
Can you do the same that we asked above? If Rebuilding directly to the damaged drive is not possible, you should be getting an error message telling you that copying your data out is the only available option.
Many times the video showing up as non-previewable in Disk Drill may recover correctly, but the chances are, it can also be unrecoverable in a readable manner. Note its size, the bigger the file, the lower are the chances of the flawless recovery.