Summary: This article will guide you on how to export or import scanned result on Bitwar Data Recovery and also provide answers for FAQs.
Quick Scan Mode is certainly the fastest scan mode that takes only minutes to scan the necessary parts of the disk. We recommend you to use Quick Scan as the first try, and surely you can turn to Deep Scan Mode after finding no lost data from Quick Scan.
But if you are having a 1TB or even larger storage capacity of the hard drive, scanning the lost data under Deep Scan Mode from the disk may take whiles. Fortunately, Bitwar Data Recovery offers export and import function for shortening your precious time.
Warmly Warn on Stop Using the Questioned Partition or Device Before Importing
In the first beginning, we’ll have to warn you once you have exported the scanned result to your partition or external hard drive, the important thing is you should not try to use again the questioned partition or device again.
This is the way to prevent data overwrite, such as download, open, copy or write any file to the question partition or storage device. If data overwrite, you will have no chance to import the scanned results to recover the data you want.
Steps to Export the Scanned Result on Bitwar Data Recovery
On the scanning window, find the Export button that locates at the bottom of the software, click and choose a path to save the result.
Click Close button and choose Save from the popup window, and then choose a path to save the result.
Click Home button and it will pop up a window to ask you what to do next.
Steps to Import the Scanned Result on Bitwar Data Recovery
Launch the Bitwar Data Recovery Software and then choose Import that locates at the bottom of the software, and then select the scanned results you have saved previously.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Kinds of Situations Should You Export the Scanned Result?
- External device USB cable damaged suddenly.
- Pen Drive or other USB flash drive failed to connect with computer unexpectedly.
What Should We do if Indicating an Error after Importing the Scanned Result?
Check whether your external device is using the different USB port, if yes, change to the original port you have used to scan.
With the development of the storage technology, super large capacity of the hard disks have appeared on the market, 1TB, 2TB or even 5TB becomes a commonly used storage medium for storing high-resolution movies, or photos.
However, using the large capacity isn’t mean you’ll have to spend a longer time to scan, with the Quick Scan Mode, you can find your lost data quickly and easily.
But when you find no data you need under Quick Scan Mode, it’s a smart choice to turn to Deep Scan Mode to scan again the hard disk, and then export scanned result is also a useful function for saving time.