- 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...
- Continue Mac Data Recovery from the Last Breakpoint
Summary: Mac users might close or stop the scanning process accidentally while using the Bitwar Data Recovery for Mac. Luckily, the program offers a powerful feature that allows the user to start the scan from the last breakpoint, follow the user guide below to learn in details. Steps to Continue Data Recovery from the Last Breakpoint 1. Launch Bitwar Data Recovery Software for Mac and choose the Partition or Device the last time you’ve scanned. 2. A message appears and notes you about the last scan is not complete. Hit on the Continue button to continue or click Rescan to restart the scanning. 3. The Scan process will continue from where the last breakup point ended. Please wait patiently for the process to complete. 4. Preview the scanned data and click Recover to save the wanted file back!
- 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...
Summary: The tutorial below introduce all the settings of preference in Bitwar Video Repair. WIN VERSION Introduction to Preferences There are many users that are unfamiliar with the tools or settings in the preference menu when they are using Bitwar Video Repair, so don't worry, we will introduce and explain all the functions of the settings in the Preference menu below! Multiple threads and algorithms run simultaneously: Allows faster video repairing process with both threads and algorithms running together. Stimulate normal file information: Parsing the source file according to the normal file structure. Ignore the number of synthesis: Check this option if the video is stuck. Use the same offset position as MDAT: Check this if you are using Samsung, Sony, or DJI cameras. (HMX200, HMXS10, MX20, SMX-F400BP/EDC, DSC-HX1, DJI Mavic Pro, DJI Phantom Pro, DJI Vision Plus 2.) Search all possible MDAT packets: Do not tick this if you are using Yuneec Typhoon CG03 drone. Specify initial bytes for MDAT content: Check this for using PCM audio. Analyze multiple TRACK: Repair video with no audio. Coding conversion: Overcome blur audio. GPU Acceleration: Use your graphics processing unit (GPU) in addition to a central processing unit (CPU) to speed...
- How To Copy The TEXT From A Scanned PDF
Summary: If you want to convert a scanned PDF file containing pure images into Word, you must use our Bitwar PDF converter. In this tutorial, we will teach you how to edit and copy the text from a scanned PDF. WIN VERSION Overview OCR Feature When a document is scanned into a PDF, it's essentially a digital photograph and the text within that PDF cannot be copied or changed. Many PDF converters on the Internet still can't convert the scanned PDF files to a pure editable text file like a Word document. Luckily, Our Bitwar PDF converter can easily help you out. The OCR (Optical Character Recognition) feature is added in the newly released 3.9.1 version. Just like our Bitwar Text Scanner, you can extract the texts from images, screenshots, PDF documents, scanned paper documents, and E-books instantly and can convert images to editable Word/Excel files. Copy The TEXT From A Scanned PDF Using Bitwar PDF Converter Step 1: Free download it from the Bitwarsoft download center now and run it. Step 2: According to your need, click PDF To Word or PDF To Excel. Then click Add PDF File to upload the PDF files. Step 3: Choose Edit Priority...