Copy Expert is small, but very powerful data recover utility. It is designed for copying files of any type from damaged media (e.g. CDs of floppy disks). It is especially useful than you are can't copy video or music from CD.
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Description: Copy Expert is small, but very powerful data recover utility. It is designed for copying files of any type from damaged media (e.g. CDs of floppy disks). It is especially useful than you are can't copy video or music from CD. Copy Expert uses different methods to copy, so you can to choose most suitable. While copying is in progress, it will show you copy progress, as well as where your CD etc. is damaged relative to the file being copied. Of course, if the media is damaged where your file is located then the file may not be copied completely perfectly. However if you have more than one copy of a file, you can fully recover it with a very high probability.
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