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SuperScan Results

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User's guide:

How to Save SuperScan Results

Depending on the size of the drive that you are scanning, it can take a long time to scan partitions. On large or damaged drives, it can take days. If you have to exit Active@ File Recovery for any reason, it would take a long time to scan the partition again.

So that you don't lose the information that you have scanned, you may save the SuperScan results to a file. When you open Active@ File Recovery, opening the saved results file takes much less time.

If you decide to stop the SuperScan process, it is easy to continue scanning from the point that you stopped. After SuperScan has stopped, you may save the SuperSca virtual folder results, exit and re-start the application, open SuperScan results and resume SuperScan from the last point. To continue scanning, select the SuperScan virtual folder and click SuperScan on the toolbar.

Saving SuperScan Results

  1. In the Local System Devices list, select the SuperScan virtual folder and do one of the following:
    • Right-click the device node. From the context menu click Save Scan Results...
    • From the File menu, choose Save Scan Results...
  2. In the Save Scan Results dialog box, type a path or browse to a folder where the scan results file is to be stored.
  3. Click Save.

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