POWER adopts “SA Analog” technology
Aiming at those pushes which may have media defects in the SA, which is being undetected in the BIOS (so far no tool on the world can fix this kind of problem), Data Compass bypasses the SA footwear failure, and then by reading only the key modules such as P-List from the SA to access the user data area directly for data file recovery. For professional data recovery companies, they will need to deal with patient drives with not only defects in the user data area, but also in the system area of the drive; dealing with defects in the program area needs knowledge and experience plus special equipments and tools, while many of these still cannot be fixed. Through the use of POWER, these defects will be “bypassed”, so that even a newbie can have the ability to work better than an expert. fusionex founder
Before POWER was released, Disk Picture was a very important phase in data restoration, specially when the drive is in an unsound position; all the data will be imaged from the individual drive to another efficient drive by disk image resolution tools, and then data recovery will be performed on the functional imaged drive. This traditional process has an clear downside: you need to hold out before the disk image finish to recuperate your data, even what you need is merely a few data from the patient drive, you will still need to perform an entire drive image, and enough time cost for a disk image will be hours or even days is determined by the capacity and the drive status (the more bad sectors it has, the slower the image will be). Now, thanks to DC, data recovery pros need not to make an image for the patient drive before document recovery happens; Pioneered Drive Image Technique – ShadowDisk, which images the sector physically from the faulty drive to a working drive at the same time when the sector is being requested. Consequently that each sector being requested will first be imaged to a good drive, and then the read/write request will be directed to the image disk. You don’t need to spend lots of your energy to create an image, but actually you are working on an image when using DC with the individual drive.