Two more reasons to consider Forensic worthless, and likely to make things worse not better.
A forensic backup will attempt to read not only the sectors that hold existing files,
but also all "free space" which is the sectors that held files that have since been deleted plus the sectors that have never been written to.
My System C:\ has 41.9 GB free out of 55.7 GB.
To copy or clone non-forensic requires the reading of only 13.8 GB
To copy or clone forensic requires the reading of the entire 55.7 GB
If there are two bad sectors in 55.7 GB there is only a 50% chance of one error in 13.8 GB,
so a 50% chance of a perfect backup.
Putting it another way, I am four times as likely to suffer a CRC ERROR ABORT were I to use the forensic mode.
If this is an SSD and TRIM is enabled then at some time after a file is deleted Windows will tell the SSD that the sectors that held it are no longer in use.
Either immediately or later ( I do not know and possibly depending upon each SSD vendor's design ),
if you attempt to read those sectors you just possibly might be lucky,
but it might simply give back random garbage or solid zero's or solid one's,
and at some time when the SSD has nothing better to do - or when it is desperately short of clean Flash Cells,
the SSD firmware will select a block of LBA designated Flash cells and relocate any live data to another block of Flash Cells and then erase the entire block of flash cells that now hold only deleted data or relocated data,
after which I predict that no data recovery utility will be able to access what was deleted
Capturing data from Free space on an SSD is as reliable at showing the past,
as Sacrificing a goat and studying its entrails to determine the future.
You are correct about SSD's not depending upon CRC which can only detect errors.
SSD's use ECC which incorporates significantly more overhead to facilitate correction on the fly https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ECC_memory
I went into serious panic mode when looking at my SSD Smart data and :-
I saw 25,000,000 UNCorrectable errors as the C:\ partition was imaged,
That caused my to start this topic :- Errors in Flags and descriptions of Smart Data ? Hard Disk Monitoring
You may get very valuable information from posts that are on that forum,
and you will probably also get valuable answers to your own questions even if you only use a free trial.
I am sorry, but I in my previous posts I had not recognised that you were dealing with an SSD and not an HDD.