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The following articles contain solutions to frequently asked questions and queries about Blade:

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    Forensic Image Formats Supported by Blade — Blade supports a number of forensic image and output file formats.  The following table presents a summary of the supported file types.
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    Operating System Requirements — The following article outlines the Operating System Requirements for Blade running on Microsoft® Windows® x86/x64 platform.
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    Overview of Blade — Blade® is a Windows-based, advanced professional forensic data recovery solution designed by Digital Detective Group.  It supports professional module plug-ins which give it advanced data recovery and analysis capabilities as well as Intelli-Carve® technology for accurate data recovery and validation.  Blade supports all of the major forensic image formats and is more than just a data recovery tool.
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    Performing Data Recovery from a Forensic Image, Write Protected Disk or Volume — Blade has been designed to process a forensic image, physical/logical disk or binary dump at sector level.  It does not work at the file system level.  When Blade searches your source, it will search it a sector (or number of sectors depending on the block size set) at a time.  Blade uses linear processing and will examine each block of data contiguously. This means that it will potentially recover data from (but not limited to) the following areas:
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    What is the correct way to report a bug — This article explains what you need to know before submitting a request for technical support or reporting a bug.