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Introduction
About DiskInternals Uneraser
Overview of features
Used technologies
Installation
System Requirements
Registration
How to register DiskInternals Uneraser
Unregistered version limitations
License
Using DiskInternals Uneraser
Getting started
Step by step recovery
Welcome to Recovery Wizard
Select Drives or Folders to Scan
What types of files would you like to recover?
Summary information
Search Results.
File recovery
Save dialog
Why do several copies of a file appear?
Lost files on NTFS
Prognosis column
Recovering files from damaged media
Manual recovery
File search
Introduction
Search
Back to search results
Working with disk images
What are disk images?
Creating images
Mounting images
Unmounting images
Preferences
General
Extended
Disk and file properties
File properties
Disk properties
Contacts
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Getting Program Updates
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What are disk images?


A Disk Image is a mirror of your logical drive that is stored in one file. It can be useful if you want to backup the contents of the entire drive (partition), and restore it or work with it later. Before you start recovering the deleted files, it may be a good idea to create a Disk Image for this drive, if you have enough space at another drive. Why? Because if you do something wrong while recovering files (for example, recovering them onto the same drive can destroy their contents), you still will be able to recover these deleted files and folders from the Disk Image that you have wisely created. Images are very important for data recovering from damaged partitions.

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