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Supports creation of ZIP images from media. Contains all files, even those not part of the directory structure (deleted or damaged) One-step image collection from otherwise inaccessible CD or DVD discs. No other forensic tool supports this directly.
Supports DVD Media Recovery Support all forms of DVD media. In order to read DVD+R and DVD+RW discs, a DVD device that supports this media format is necessary. MD5 Hash Capabilities. For users familiar with Hashkeeper hash sets, CD/DVD Inspector generates a hash set from the files on an otherwise unreadable CD or DVD. Compare a hash set to files on such discs. For quick comparison purposes, it generates an MD5 hash value for an entire CD or DVD.
File scanning. “Inaccessible” discs files can be searched using scan specification syntax. This tool identifies files containing graphic content (BMP, GIF, JPEG, TIFF, etc.) independent of the file extension. This allows users to locate graphic files on a disc that have misleading and incorrect file names in an attempt to hide the content.
Low-level sector examination and scanning. Displays sectors in hexadecimal and character. It also scans all sectors of a disc for particular data For example, it locates an email address on a disc regardless of what file the mail may be in. This searches the complete disc, not just areas identified as belonging to files.
Data pane: Allows direct examination of the contents of files on the disc from the main window. The information can be displayed in either character or hexadecimal/character form. The data pane can be resized and scrolled as needed.
Disc Memory and Checkpoint: This feature eliminates lengthy re-discovery of the disc’s contents. Additionally, it allows for interruption of a disc examination and then resumption of that same examination 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 with current software. This examination is done automatically when errors are detected in the directory structure that may have caused files to be lost. It can also be manually requested when needed to recover files that have been deleted.
Expanded Retry Capabilities: Permits users to select the level of automatic retries performed whenever a data error is encountered. This can make otherwise unreadable data sectors readable again. This allows the user to balance examination speed with thoroughness.
Readability test: Due to unique analysis capabilities, the “readability” of a disc can be measured and displayed graphically to the user. This allows intelligent decisions to be made about the quality of a disc without the expense of a standalone disc test system.
Improved reporting capabilities. Provides multiple report formats for documenting the contents of a disc: By folder, with and without MD5 hash information, By file name, with and without MD5 hash information, Files with MD5 hash information, An export format similar to the Hashkeeper hash set format. This can then be used to import hash information into other software.
CD Text, ISRC and RID Audio Disc Display. Displays this information when it is present on a disc including: CD Text contains album, track and artist names on Sony and home-produced music CDs, ISRC is the acronym for International Standard Recording Code. It is a code used to identify the recording studio and publisher of a music track, RID is the acronym for Recorder Identification. It is written to music CDs recorded on standalone CD recorders used with audio systems.
This FAT Recovery Utility creates a directory and file tree of the file (s) and folder (s) found on the logically damaged hard disk and allows user to select the data and transfer it to