File recovery from damaged CDROM, CD-R and CD-RW & DVD.
Finds the files, bypasses problems, gets your data back.
Unlike other products that search for pictures, CD/DVD Diagnostic understands how the disc was written and bypasses the problems, recovering ALL your files NO MATTER WHAT they are.
Supports discs written by:
Roxio Easy CD Creator
Sony Mavica Cameras.
Supports all PC and Macintosh CD and DVD discs.
Recovers Video from DVD Video Recorder Discs- If you have a disc recorded on a standalone DVD Video recorder that was not finalized properly, the video is still there and playable. CD/DVD Diagnostic can recover this and turn it into a file which can be saved. The files recovered by CD/DVD Diagnostic are 100% playable on any computer. Contact us for more information about putting this back on a DVD to play on a DVD player.
Sector examination at a low level. Displays sectors in hexadecimal and character.
Disc Memory and Checkpoint. This feature eliminates lengthy re-discovery of the discâ€™s contents. Allows for interruption of a disc examination and then resumption at a later time. This is useful as some disc examinations can be lengthy, often taking more than 12 hours.
Intensive UDF File Examination. Locates files that have been dropped from the directory structure. This is a common occurrence for UDF format discs using current writing software. Examination is done automatically when errors are detected in the directory structure that may have caused files to be lost. Examination can also be manually requested when needed to recover files that have been deleted.
Expanded Retry Capabilities. Allows the user to balance examination speed with thoroughness and permits users to select the level of automatic retries performed whenever a data error is encountered. And More!!!!
Wal-Mart Custom CD Music Service: No Burner Required The custom CD music site is an addition to Wal-Mart's downloadable music site and similar to a service Starbucks began rolling out in October. Separately, RealNetworks introduced a version of its Rhapsody music service that will let nonsubscribers listen