What is Sector by Sector Clone SeDiv?

Sector by sector backup is also called make an exact copy. With this feature, you can create an image of all sectors on the selected partition or disk. This image will contain not only sectors with data but also sectors that are empty. The working process of it is much the same as sector by sector clone.


Many data recovery professionals are not taking full advantage of disk imaging, the second phase in the 3D Data Recovery process. Traditional disk imaging methods are time-consuming and don’t always yield usable data, because of read instability and the constraints of system software. SeDiv Disk Imager overcomes these challenges, efficiently retrieving data from bad sectors and reducing the risk of disk failure. Data recovery firms can handle more cases and retrieve more data by going deeper during this data recovery phase.

There are three main types of damage:
Physical/mechanical damage: Failed heads and other physical problems are often repaired by replacing the damaged hardware with a donor part.
Electronic problems:Failed printed circuit boards (PCBs) are replaced with donor PCBs, and the contents of the failed PCB read-only memory (ROM) are copied to the donor.
Firmware failure: Firmware failures are diagnosed and fixed at the drive level.
Disk Imaging: The contents of the repaired drive are read and copied to another disk, using a product such as SeDiv Disk Imager. Disk imaging prevents further data loss caused by working with an unstable drive during the subsequent data retrieval phase.
Drives presented for recovery often have relatively minor physical degradation due to wear from normal use. The wear is severe enough for the drive to stop working in its native system. However, imaging software can work with slightly degraded drives, so part replacement is often not required. In these cases, the data recovery process can skip drive restoration and start with disk imaging.