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tool instability?

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    archey is offline Junior Member
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    Default tool instability?

    When I start drive recovery the tool becomes rather unstable, it still does the scanning, but very slowly due to the tool always going into the not responding state.

    It didn't do this when I had the drive connected through SATA, but now that I have it connected through USB it's become unstable.

    Help?

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    GDH
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    Default Data Recovery Software

    Hi,

    Is there a reason you changed to USB connection? Are you running a USB 2 or USB 3 (don't run 1 as it is just to slow).

    Sata is the faster connection and inherently more stable because there is less hardware between the CPU and drive access.

    Is the drive degrading in any way? Does it have any bad sectors? Is it running hot or making any strange noises?
    Graham Henley
    GetData Support Staff
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    www.recovermyfiles.com

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