To move through the disk, it is reasonable to use Alt/Shift+Up/Dn
keyboard shortcuts. The following logic applies:
"Up" means lower addresses (movement towards LBA 0), "Down"
means higher addresses (towards the end of the device).
Use Shift key to move sector-by-sector. This allows to position
to any address.
Use Alt key to move object-by-object. Based on the assumption
the objects are placed sequentially (which is typically the case for
all common filesystem structures), the view shifts by the number of
sectors in the current object.
Current location is indicated in the bottom left corner of the
Some entries can be marked by the dot next to them. This means the entry
points to some associated data structure. If you double-click such
an entry, ZAR data recovery will "follow" that pointer, navigating to its
This "follow" feature depends on the
virtual volume definition. The
pointers will not be highlighted if no virtual volume is defined,
because the destination locations for the links cannot be calculated.
To return to the originating point after examining the data, press
Jumping to the specific address
To navigate to the specific LBA on the physical drive, press Ctrl+G,
type in the address, then click OK.
To go to LBA 6, where LDM PRIVHEAD
block is located, press Ctrl+L.