In Device Scan view, scanned devices represented by Device view control. For each selected scan, Device View control shows scan progress indicator: blue stripe means scan is incomplete and solid green stripe - scan is complete for selected range. All interrupted (incomplete) scans can be resumed by clicking Resume button in view's toolbar or by command Resume Scan in item context menu.
If detected partition is selected, its relative position and scanned size is also displayed on Device View Control indicating is this partition is recoverable or not.
Figure 10: Complete Physical Device Scan
Detected partitions displayed with their status to be recovered and overall partition integrity. When partition Recover Status is "Can be recovered" then this partition can be restored as part of disk partitioning. To restore detected partition select it in view and click Restore button in view's toolbar or use Restore command from item's context menu.
Read Restore detected partitionfor exact procedure
If partition cannot be restored by any reason, data from this partition still can be recovered. To do so, partition must be scanned (as regular Logic Drive) and files needs to be selected individually and recovered to safe location.
Figure 11: Detected partition indicator
For deeper analysis of detected partition you can also:
Scan detected partition to evaluate validity if its content.
Edit partition attributes before restoring.
Open partition in Disk Editor - advanced hexadecimal build-in disk editor.
Files detected by signatures are shown under related disk scan item and combined in groups by signature type (default). Original file names can not be recovered due to feature limitations, however they can generated in meaningful pattern by using file attribute meta tags in File Organizer tool.
Figure 12: File Detected by signatures
Read Recover detected files for exact recovery steps.