DRSCAN - Data Rescue Scans File is a rescue file, used in conjunction with the scanning software, designed for Windows or MAC, for recovering files from infected hard drives, where some data may have been lost or damaged. DRSCAN saves the result of the drive scan and can be imported back into Data Rescue following the scan. If you are a MAC user, it is important when doing this to make sure the MAC OS specifications of the system match those when the scan was first performed, to avoid conflicts. DR SCAN files allow users to backup the scans, and then remove them from the Data Rescue scan interface afterwards.
Some people have had issues with opening a DRSCAN - Data Rescue Scans File , or were unable to launch an application either during or after the problem with their system occurred. This is likely because one or more of the application files within such system was probably missing or corrupt. If you encounter this issue, you must repair the DRSCAN file before you will be able to view it.
The way to do this is fairly straightforward.
1. Use the DRSCAN File Repair Software.
2. Run a malware scan.
3. Clean your registry.
Doing these 3 basic things will ensure that you rule out the invasion of a malware bug, as well as clean your registry, which is a common cause of disc errors, and then run the DRSCAN File Repair Software to fix any remaining problems.
This should solve the remaining issues with your computer. Of course, the best thing you can do is to run DRSCAN regularly, clean your registry often, defrag, and run system tools to avoid such issues from happening too often.
But if they do, DRSCAN - Data Rescue Scans File is there at the rescue. So use it anytime you encounter system errors as your first line of defense against a major system crash.
Compatible with Windows or MAC OS.