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  •   Raw Partition Recovery
    How to Recover Inaccessible Files in a Raw Partition

    Summary:  This article tells users how to retrieve inaccessible files stored in a raw partition. Raw partitions happen when the computer fails to identify the applied format in which the data of the partition is stored. Hence users have no access to the partition and can't manipulate data on it. Symptoms The images listed below show three situations Windows users may encounter if there is a raw partition problem. Situation 1: When you try to open the drive/partition. It shows: you need to format the disk in drive E: before you can use it. Situation 2: The drive properties show 0 bytes in both Used space and Free space sections, and no file system type is indicated. Situation 3: The partition status in Disk Management is either RAW or without a file system type. Note: Situations vary in different systems. The examples posted above are the general cases for helping users to identify the problem. How to Recover Inaccessible Files in a Raw Partition As we can see, it's not allowed to enter a RAW partition, then how to retrieve the files? The simplest way is to use a powerful data recovery software - Bitwar Data Recovery, which is capable...


  •   Bad Sectors
    How to Recover Lost Files From a Drive Affected By Bad Sectors

    Summary: In this article, we are going to explain to you how to recover lost files from a hard drive affected by bad sectors, one of the trickiest issues common computer users may well run into. With the help of Bitwar Data Recovery, you could easily retrieve lost files from this kind of faulty drives. Besides, this article will also cover some basic but useful information you need to know about bad sectors. What Are Bad Sectors? To put it simply, bad sectors on a hard drive are sectors that go inaccessible or corrupted resulting from various causes. Those tiny faulty clusters of storage space can't respond to any requests from users, neither read nor write. What Are the Causes Of Bad Sectors? Broadly speaking, there are mainly two types of bad sectors, namely logical and physical. Refer to the following information to learn each kind and their common causes. Common causes of logical bad sectors: System crash, virus infection, software conflict, sudden shutdown, reboot Of computer, sudden power outage etc. Common causes of physical bad sectors: Overheat, dust, impact, wearing out, faulty blocks, overclocked PCI bus speeds etc. How to Repair Bad Sectors CHKDSK Scan Windows has a built-in...


  •   Purchase and Activate
    Software Purchase, Activation and Update

    Summary: This user guide below will show the steps on how to Purchase, Activate, and Update in Bitwar Data Recovery Software. Purchase License Users can purchase the data recovery software license through the official online store or in-software purchase. Note: In-software purchase requires no license code, as the license has been activated right after your payment. [su_youtube url=""] In-software Purchase 1. First Log in to your account in the software then click the Purchase License icon. If you don't have an account, you can create one. 2. Choose the Annual or Lifetime package according to your requirement and click Buy Now to continue the payment. 3. Choose the Payment Method and complete the transaction. Official Online Store [su_youtube url=""] If you prefer an activation code for software activation, you can purchase the license code from the Official Online Store; users will receive the code in the email address after purchasing the software. Note: Please check the Junk/Spam or Inbox for the activation code from the Bitwar support team. After getting the activation code, we can then move to the next step to activate the software using this code. Steps to Activate the Bitwar Data Recovery Step 1: Run Bitwar Data Recovery software and...


  •   Advance Settings
    Tune the Software

    Summary: This article tells you the advanced settings Bitwar Data Recovery offers and how to configure them. At the upper-right corner of the primary interface lies a More icon, which has several options. Advanced Settings is what we need for configuration.18 After clicking on it, you will see a setting window appear. It shows three setting parts, Scanning, Interface, and Other. Scanning There are six options on the Scanning part. Enabling it will allow this tool to scan all files. Users unable to find hidden files can check off this option. Recovered files will get their original names before deletion. (Only supports Recycle Bin Recovery) Recovered files of certain types (such as .txt and .doc) will be renamed with their headings. (Only supports Deep Scan) This option will attach image resolutions to images’ file names. You can see it after scanning. (Only supports Deen Scan) Enabling it will scan extra files of uncommon types, which may slow down scanning, finding out more files that in most cases are useless. Enabling it allows users to find files with more precise sizes. But the number of them will decrease. If your disks support DSC scanning, you can enable it. This may prompt second...


  •   Bulk Unlock Files and Folders Mac
    How to Unlock Files/Folders in Bulk on Mac

    Summary: This article lays out the steps Mac users can take to unlock lost files/folders in bulk just in case sometimes the data has been changed to lock after data recovery. Since data recovery software needs root permission to access the hard drive, then it might happen to some Mac users that the retrieved data changed to locked after data recovery due to the permission issue. What compounds the problem is that Mac doesn't support bulk edit, for users who have thousands of files/folders, it would be a daunting task to edit one by one. Luckily, there is a simple and straightforward solution that users can use to resolve the problem. Follow the steps below to learn how to do it. How to Unlock Files/Folders in Bulk on Mac Computer Step 1: Create a new folder and transfer all the recovered files/folders into it. Step 2: Right-click on the folder and click on the Get info. Step 3: Scroll down to find the Sharing & Permissions section. Step 4: Click on the Lock button to unlock it, and then enter your admin password. Step 5: Click on the Wheel icon and select Apply to enclosed items. After taking the steps, you...