Disks – Not so S.M.A.R.T. After All? — 1 Comment

  1. Hi, the way you describe your problem sounds like you don’t know ddrescue:
    Different Linux distros sometimes use variations of the name, like dd-rescue, dd_rescue etc. Essentially they all do the same thing: read the readable parts of the medium first, keep a map of what has been recovered already, then use this map to try to recover the rest during the next pass(es).

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