Here is why I think a save, resume, and load of deep scan results would be useful. I have a dead hard drive which I have pulled from its host PC, and from which I am trying to recover files. I have attached the dead drive to another good PC using a SATA to USB adapter cable. I perform a deep scan of the dead hard drive, and the deep scan takes several hours. I copy all of the files I need to a good hard drive on the good PC. I don't think I've forgotten anything. I exit Recuva. Later, I remember a file that I needed to copy from the dead drive. Unfortunately, I need to run a deep scan again to access that file. There is no way to have saved the results of the first deep scan with the file locations so that later starting Recuva could have picked up from there. Since I am not writing at all to the dead hard drive, and keeping it safe in an ESD-safe bag offline, there is no way that the results of the first deep scan would be invalid. This is why I think a save, resume, and load of deep scan results would be useful.