Recovers readable information from a bad or defective disk. This command reads a file, sector-by-sector, and recovers data from the good sectors. Data in bad sectors is lost. Because all data in bad sectors is lost when you recover a file, you should recover only one file at a time.
Bad sectors reported by the chkdsk command were marked as bad when your disk was prepared for operation. They pose no danger, and recover does not affect them.
||Specifies the file name (and the location of the file if it is not in the current directory) you want to recover. Filename is required and wildcards aren’t supported.|
|/?||Displays help at the command prompt.|
To recover the file story.txt in the \fiction directory on drive D, type: