I’ve written a number of tutorial posts on this blog, so I thought it would be useful to link to them here.

DDRescue-GUI Basic Tutorial Videos

Back in March 2019 I made a set of basic tutorial videos for using DDRescue-GUI. Combined with the user guide, these should give you a solid understanding of how to perform a recovery.

Disk Verifier Parted Magic tutorial

This is a tutorial video demonstrating how to use Disk Verifier with Parted Magic to verify a disk, and how to create the live media on Linux, Windows, and macOS.

You can purchase Disk Verifier from https://www.hamishmb.com/html/diskverifier.php, and you can purchase Parted Magic from their website (affiliate link - I earn commission for purchases made through this link).

Disk Verifier Live Disk tutorial

This tutorial demonstrates how to create and use the Disk Verifier live disk.

You can purchase Disk Verifier from https://www.hamishmb.com/html/diskverifier.php.

Using a Raspberry Pi as an access point

This is an incomplete tutorial that I wrote as part of the follow up to my new Raspberry Pi based project that’s been in the works for a while now. This tutorial uses the commonly-available RTL (Realtek) 8xxx – based wifi dongles. Unfortunately, the drivers for these dongles are also notorious, and I never quite got it to work. Nevertheless, the information in this tutorial will hopefully be useful to someone.

I will release another working tutorial for Ralink adaptors instead soon, as I have gotten that to work.

Using PhotoRec with DDRescue-GUI to recover deleted files

DDRescue-GUI is great at recovering data from damaged drives, but this doesn’t help you by itself if you’ve accidentally also deleted files or done a quick format on the drive. Using PhotoRec on the image DDRescue-GUI makes is a great way to get these files back as well as the others.

How to use the PSID SSD unlocker in Parted Magic

I wrote a tool to do this for Parted Magic back in 2019. This GUI provides an easy way to decrypt your locked drive using the Physical Security ID on the drive. This goes in to some amount of detail, so read the tutorial to learn more.

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