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Restore files from a damaged hard drive with ZAR [video]

Hard drive failures are always a nuisance — if not a disaster — especially when the backups have gone missing or were never made. Whether it’s your own oversight or that of a panicked user, at some point you’ll probably attempt to retrieve files from a damaged hard drive.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

Hard drive failures are always a nuisance — if not a disaster — especially when the backups have gone missing or were never made. Whether it’s your own oversight or that of a panicked user, at some point you’ll probably attempt to retrieve files from a damaged hard drive. In this IT Dojo video, Bill Detwiler shows you how the Zero Assumption Recovery (ZAR) tool can help you find and restore recoverable files from a failed hard drive.

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