Recover files from damaged or corrupted CD, DVD, HD FVD, Blu-Ray discs
|Updated||Jun 19th 2018|
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|Crack Size||2.6 MB|
Dealing with damaged or corrupted discs is always a very difficult job, especially because many of the software solutions out there supposed to help you in this regard do nothing more than to waste your time.
CD Recovery Toolbox Free promises to be different and offers advanced features to help you recover files from damaged CDs, DVDs, HD FVDs or even BluRay discs.
What’s more, CD Recovery Toolbox Free is aimed at both beginners and more experienced users, offering them a very user-friendly approach based on a simple wizard.
Users are thus prompted to follow a few steps to complete the recovery process, at the end of which they are supposed to be able to access data previously stored on the damaged media.
While you’re first asked to choose the disc you wish to scan, CD Recovery Toolbox Free Crack then displays source information, such as disk label, drive type, FAT type, disk size and free space, but also requires you to choose an output folder to save the files.
The scanning process takes a while, but this also depends on the disc and the damage level that may affect the content recovery job. Once everything’s completed, CD Recovery Toolbox Free lets you choose the files to be recovered, a process that could also take a lot of time, again depending on a number of factors.
As you can see, using CD Recovery Toolbox Free is quite a straightforward process, but the program remains very friendly with hardware resources and doesn’t affect the overall computer performance
CD Recovery Toolbox Free does a good job when it comes to data recovery, but it sometimes fails to save the files in case the disc is severely damaged. It’s worth a try however, not only because it’s free, but also thanks to the fact that it provides such an easy to configure recovery process.
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