We provide professional data recovery software to the trade. We can provide commercial software to generate and display file lists, software to clone tapes and software to image or clone drives, in particular those with non standard block sizes.
Our flagship software is our File Listing and Testing package used by data recovery companies all over the world. This comes with viewer software that can be sent to a customer to view a file list on their PC or the file list can be exported in HTML so is viewable on all computer systems, Windows, MAC, Linux, etc and the latest version supports Unicode characters.
Please use the following link for more information about our File Listing software.
This Software lets you generate a file list from a folder or hard drive, it can run file quality tests of headers information to help find corrupt files. you can modify, add to and delete entries in the built in header databases. Has many semi-automated features to make the listing process and database entries quick and reliable. It also has a routine to check for bad sector markers. Each file is given its status and is shown in the file list so the customer has a good idea of what is recoverable. This is probably the most advanced file listing software available for data recovery purposes.
All of our software have either fully working or functional demos available before purchase to make sure the software works to your expectations. We are available for support on our software, and we always listen to and welcome critical reviews and requests for new features using our online ticketing system.
As far as we know, this software is unique. It is the only commercial software that is able to make clones of drives with non-standard sector sizes. It can clone SATA and IDE drives that have 520 byte per sector layouts. These drives are often used in high end SAN systems but with SATA drives instead of SCSI or Fibre Channel.
The software also comes with a SCSI/SAS/Fibre Channel version of the software that gets around hardware limitations of Windows operating systems. The software currently only runs under Windows XP as it uses the SCSI ASPI layer for direct access to the hardware.