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The Certified Data Recovery Professional (CDRP) is responsible for recovering data from damaged or partially destroyed hard drives and removable media. The professional must be able to perform logical recovery on common operating systems such as Windows, Unix, Mac OS X, and Linux.
The certified professional is responsible for taking care of the logical recoveries of disabled hard drives. They should try and avoid BIOS interrupts during the logical recovery. It is the Certified Data Recovery Professional who diagnosis the physical recovery of drivers. They have to compare the samples to live drives to identify the type of physical fault.
Certified Data Recovery Specialist should be well-versed with computer hardware, specifically hard drives and associated equipment. They have to take care of the computer hardware to fixing mechanical issues. The certified expert will perform low level forensics on multiple computer hardware storages. They should create data recovery plans for disaster recovery. The professional should identify the computer data that are either hidden or damaged.