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Which free hdd recovery software do you recommend?

Drive is partially accessible with sata to usb.
What mistakes not to make? What to avoid?
>win10
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Had good experiences with Photorec.
>What mistakes not to make? What to avoid?
Avoid writing any new data to the hdd in question. As windows (and other programs) sometimes writes data on it's own set partition to read only through diskpart if the data is important. If there's a possibility of hardware failing make a bitwise copy of the disk and leave it alone, recover data from the copy.
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>What mistakes not to make? What to avoid?
- make backup with dd or getdataback or ddrescue
- make backup file readonly
- now you can't lose your data



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