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Sep 29 2009   3:27AM GMT

Unstoppable Copier 4.2

Nathan Simon Nathan Simon Profile: Nathan Simon

One of my favorite data copy and recovery software applications has recently been updated. One of the best things about it is that you can copy all files from any location to any specified location, if it his a corrupt or unreadable file, it just skips it, logs it, and goes on until it has no more files to copy. This is a very easy to use program so please don’t pass it by.

Here is an insert from his page, “Recovers files from disks with physical damage. Allows you to copy files from disks with problems such as bad sectors, scratches or that just give errors when reading data. The program will attempt to recover every readable piece of a file and put the pieces together. Using this method most types of files can be made usable even if some parts of the file were not recoverable in the end. The program can be used as a daily backup system using its batch mode functions. A list of transfers can be saved to a file and then run from the command line to perform the same batch of transfers on a regular basis without having to use the GUI interface. The program supports command line parameters which allow the application to be run from schedulers or scripts so it can be fully integrated into daily server tasks.

You can download installable files, or standalone which can be used from a USB key.

Downloads Unstoppable Copier here.

-NS

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