Damaged CD Recovery
Category: Computers > Software
Asked by: sidesway-ga
List Price: $8.00
20 Aug 2004 07:53 PDT
Expires: 19 Sep 2004 07:53 PDT
Question ID: 390340
Never ever use a ball-point pen to label a CD. I learned the hard way, damaging a CD so that I can't read a Quicktime and AVI file I wrote to it at a video editing station and didn't back up anywhere else. Does anyone know of a utility (preferably free, or if not, highly recommended) that could possibly save as much of my movies as possible? Otherwise I have days of video editing to redo. THANKS!
Re: Damaged CD Recovery
Answered By: feilong-ga on 20 Aug 2004 11:43 PDT
Hi Sidesway, I've been using a program that does the trick and I'm sure you'll love it too. It's a free, stand-alone program that is very easy to use. By it's name alone, you know this program means business: UNSTOPPABLE COPIER 1.8 Author: Roadkil Date: 2004-07-23 License: Freeware Price: FREE OS: Windows All Size: 45 KB This program is great for recovering files from scratched CD's or defective floppy/hard disks. MajorGeeks.com Drive Utilities - Unstoppable Copier 1.8 http://www.majorgeeks.com/download2623.html You may also get this and other back-up and recovery programs through this link: SoftPedia.com - Unstoppable Copier 1.8 http://www.softpedia.com/public/cat/13/2/13-2-54.shtml I've used used this several times in the past and successfully copied physically damaged CDs that are impossible to copy under ordinary method. Search strategy: Personal knowledge. For other related sites regarding this software you may click on these links: "unstoppable copier" rating ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&q=%22unstoppable+copier%22+rating&btnG=Search "unstoppable copier" download ://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF-8&q=%22unstoppable+copier%22+rating&btnG=Search I hope this helps you. If you have a question, please feel free to post your clarification before rating this and I'll attend to you as soon as possible. Thanks for asking. Best regards, Feilong
Re: Damaged CD Recovery
From: starblock-ga on 18 Dec 2004 22:10 PST
A shareware named "BadCopy" may help in most CD recovery cases. http://www.jufsoft.com/badcopy/
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