Disk Data healing is a process of restoring information that is lost due to a physical or a logical damage of any storage media such as hard drives, memory sticks, USB drives, flash drives, and external zip drives.
Situations of information loss
Common situations of data loss involve hard drive failure, human mistake, and accidental removal of information, software application breakdown, and infection attacks. Literally, the lost files/ information are not erased immediately after removal, rather, recommendations to those files in the directory site structure are removed, and the memory area occupied by them is provided for overwriting.
Procedures to be taken to prevent data loss
So prevent using the computer to avoid overwriting of information, because opportunities of healing will decrease significantly.
Information recovery is possible even if the disk is formatted, re-formatted/ re-partitioned. When the disk is formatted all windows qualities are set to default values and information is still offered on the hard disk. So, healing is possible after formatting the disk drive. If a file is erased using shift + Del secret, it bypasses the recycle bin. Unfortunately, in this case healing is beyond Windows. However it’s within the capabilities of any third-party healing utilities.
Data loss due to logical damage
If the information lost is due to rational damage then, in majority of the cases, the original data can be recuperated by specialized data recovery software, where, the end user gets an user-friendly user interface which guides him in every step of recovery.
Data loss due to physical damage
If the loss of information is because of physical damage then we can go for data healing services. If the damage to the disk is because of bad sectors the disk might be cloned or imaged and healing can be brought even more. Once the disk image is taken and stored in a safe area, the file system may be rebuilded and healing can be done, from the rebuilded file system.