IsoBuster has shocked me. Those several small windows under the covers contain such an incredible number of tools for broken optical disks! When I say «optical disks», I mean virtually any optical media from the «ancient» CR ROMs and up to HD DVD and Blu Ray disks, which are still more in the future than in the present.
IsoBuster extracts the most from any of those disks. The software understands any file system you can expect (including Mac-related ones), even if there are different file systems on the same disk, and shows you all contents of all files and folders. It easily reads multiples «incompatible» sessions on the same disk that Windows cant do, and quick-erased or quick-formatted disks. IsoBuster also understand specific traits of «raw» video and audio disks, as well as disks written with common writing suites (Roxio, Nero and others).
For physically damaged disks, there is a detailed report provided about specific read errors; also, there is the so-called «managed image file» that allows to continue the reading of the disk with several different reading devices, instead of the independent tries with each device. For technicians and developers IsoBuster provides extended details about particular blocks of file systems on the disk.
Now you can understand my amazement with IsoBuster? I really dont know what can be done to damaged disks on top of this suite?s capabilities!
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