HDD Regenerator Review

This app reminds me of good old days when people used to run around with rusty floppy disks full of essential disk repair utilities. It really does feel that nostalgic. Some of you probably even remember crossing your fingers and listening to the warbling sounds the hard drive made while running apps like Disk Doctor in order to “repair” bad sectors. After floppy drives became part of history, hardly anyone ever mentioned bad sectors. I’m not saying HDD’s didn’t have same issues, because they did.

Performing a low-level scan was fast and easy back in the days of 20MD drives. Today, with our terabyte hard drives, even the most basic scan can take a very long time. When you’re dealing with critical data on your HDD, the process is even tougher.

What happens when you have important financial data or other crucial information and it becomes inaccessible? That’s where HDD Regenerator comes in. It can save you a lot of money, literally.

HDDR is an application that will detect and repair bad sectors and restore data from damaged hard drives. Before we go further, let’s explain what exactly “bad sectors” or “bad blocks” are.

Every hard drive is separated into blocks or sectors. The size of one block is typically 512K. When the OS cannot read information from a block it is marked as a “bad” and is no longer used.

The content of the bad sector is then moved, when possible, to another block. No software can repair physical damage to the disk heads or to the surface of the disk. This should clear up the confusion about repairing bad sectors in general. The difference is, nearly 60% of all hard drive damage is actually caused by an incorrectly-magnetized disk surface, not true physical damage. At the heart of HDD Regenerator is an algorithm repairs this kind of damage. This means the data you couldn’t access because of an incorrectly-magnetized disk surface will be restored.

Some think that only formatting is the solution to these issues. That’s unnecessary, because HDD Regenerator can repair damage that even a disk format cannot. Software completely ignores the file system and scans your hard drive at physical level with its special algorithm and repairs any magnetic damage done. Format simply cannot do that.

If you compare prices of a new HDD to the cost of HDD Regenerator you’ll find it is definitely worth giving it a try. Unless you’ve dropped your HDD or crushed it with a hammer — it can’t fix that! HDDR supports FAT, NTFS and other file systems. Also, when buying this software, you’re buying an unlimited license period and gaining huge discounts on major future upgrades, as well as one year of free minor upgrades. There’s just about no reason not to try HDD Regenerator.

Interested? What are you waiting for?

Buy this amazing product today!

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5 Comments

  • djbillyd 30/09/2014 at 5:01 am

    I’m running it now, on a 320 GB HDD. It’s found and fixed 89 bad sectors, and it’s 74.67% run. I’ll let you know what my outcome is.

  • juan c g 29/07/2013 at 7:28 am

    Ojo este software real mente funciona y Muy Bien hace lo que promete.
    no hace el milagro de reparar para ciempre el disco duro pero les da el tiempo suficiente para recuperar informacion importante para ustedes y des-pues cambien el disco duro por uno nuevo.

  • Rodolfo Aceituno 29/03/2012 at 12:10 am

    Hi all , just started using Hdd Regenerator 3 hours ago ! my disk is so screwed up you cant imagine , it has already detected 2394 bad sectors , and it seems to have fixed them . the time left on the repair comes up to 98 hours in total , as soon as it finishes it i will give you my full report and see if it really worked .(its a 160 gb disk) it has scanned and repared 6 gigas till now . crossing my fingers to see if it can be saved

    • Gardocki 07/04/2012 at 11:30 pm

      What was your outcome pal? Did it lead you on for 4 days or did it do the trick?

  • slash 12/12/2011 at 7:47 pm

    amazing posts i will try and post results thkz

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