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SoftLogica Recover Disc
Recover Disc helps you extract data from damaged or incorrectly burned CD and DVD discs when regular software canˇ¦t read them fully or partially. This tool extracts the intact portion of your data and tries to restore problem areas. You can either recover selected files, or save an image of the whole disc.
1. Recover data from scratched and damaged CD/DVD
If a CD or DVD disc is scratched or damaged, it may be fully or partially unreadable by regular software. In this case Recover Disc can be used to extract the intact portion of the data and even try to recover problem areas. It lets you browse the content of the disc and select files that you need to rescue.
Alternatively it can save an image of the whole damaged disc or each track, if there are many tracks on the disc.
This is useful if you want to create a copy of it. The program works under Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista and supports all types of CD and DVD media: CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVD-RAM, DVD+/-R and DVD+/-RW. Smart error handling and flexible retry options will help you complete the task in minimum time and maximize probability of successful recovery.
Sophisticated algorithm used to read the content of the disc makes the program applicable even when the information contained in the file system tables is partially lost.
2. Recover data from incorrectly burned CD/DVD
Sometimes disc can appear to be unreadable because of problems that took place during the burning process. For example, the software or device could fail to finalize the last session on the disc or write the content only partially because of system crash or power outage.
The logical structure of such disc can be incorrect preventing regular software and devices from reading the content fully or partially. However, physically such disc can contain actual data that was supposed to be written to it.
Such data (for example, video and audio streams) can be extracted with Recover Disc.
3. Support of discs burned with DVD video cameras and DVD recorders
Recover Disc can work with DVD media created by video cameras, DVD recorders and other standalone devices. It can help in case if the disc was damaged after burning and if it was burned incorrectly because of technical problems with the device.
4. Retrieve data from all sessions on multi-session discs
When you write files to a CD or DVD media you usually have two options. You can burn the whole disc at once or you can write data in several successive sessions. In the latter case you will create a multi-session disc. When you browse the content of such disc with regular software, you will usually see files from all sessions and they will not be divided by sessions anyhow.
However if a newer session contains a new version of a file that was also present in one of the previously burned sessions, you will only see the last version. The old one will physically remain on disc, but it will not be accessible.
Recover Disc can read resolve this problem. When it finds several versions of a file in different sessions, it lets you choose which version to extract. It also has an Expert View mode to browse full disc structure with all tracks and sessions.
This way you can browse the content of each session separately.
5. Support of ISO and UDF file systems
Recover Disc supports any CD and DVD discs containing ISO and/or UDF file systems. UDF system is often used on discs created with ˇ§drag and dropˇ¨ software that allows you to work with CD or DVD as with usual drive, i.e. copy and change files on it on the fly.
When Recover Disc detects several file systems on the same disc, it selects one automatically. If the information about disc content is partially lost in each file system, the program can merge the remaining data to find as much files as possible.
If you want to see the detailed disc structure, you can switch to the Expert View mode. In that mode you can browse each file system separately. This is useful if different file systems on the disc actually reference different sets of files.
6. Merge partial data recovered in different environments
If some disc appears to be fully or partially unreadable on your computer, you can try to read it on another system or with different CD/DVD reading device. This may be useful because there is some very small mechanical difference between various reading devices.
Some physical parameters, such as temperature, may also vary during successive reading attempts. So, as a result you may find out that different areas of the disc require different environments to read them properly. However usually you do not have an option to read the first part of a file on one device and second part of the same file on another one.
Recover Disc provides such possibility. When you extract a file from a disc and some problem areas can not be properly read, the corresponding places in the file are left blank. When you later try to extract same file, the program will read only the part that was not extracted before and merge it with the previously extracted data. This will also work if you need to save an image of the full disc or a track.
Finally, if there is one scratch on the disc that makes only a few sectors unreadable, you can try to polish it, but before doing that you should extract all the other data to avoid damaging it.
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