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DVR disk format

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north
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DVR disk format

Post Posted: Sep 28, 18 12:19

How can I examine the harddrive used in the DVR? I can't get the data in the hard drive. What is DVR format? I use FTK and Encase.  
 
  

jaclaz
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Re: DVR disk format

Post Posted: Sep 28, 18 13:03

- north
How can I examine the harddrive used in the DVR? I can't get the data in the hard drive. What is DVR format? I use FTK and Encase.

Strangely enough, it depends on the DVR (make and model) there is not a "standard". Sad

And you won't get very far with either FTK or Encase Shocked , see this recent thread:
www.forensicfocus.com/...c/t=17079/

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Kenobyte
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Re: DVR disk format

Post Posted: Sep 28, 18 16:45

Yeah make and model plays a big role. I generally use X-ways if its a readable format for DVR but have had to use specialized tools based on mfg because they have proprietary encodings.  
 

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