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    Copy data from old/scrached disk

    Do you have some important data and files in a old CD/DVD and you are unable to recover Data ?
    Well this trick is for you, We will guide you with a Method to Recover your Important Data From damaged Disk/CD or DVD !
    Just Follow the given simple steps:-
    1. Download Roadkil's"Unstoppable Copier"
    2. Just Open unstopcpc.exe
    3. Insert your Disk
    4. In Source Click on Browse and Select the CD/DVD Drive
    5. In Target Click on Browse and Select the Location Where you have to Save the Data
    That's it now Just click on Copy and wait till your data present in the CD/DVD is Copied to the Targeted Location

    Please Note:- The Software is property "Roadkil's". By Default the speed of copying the Data is Set to Low so that your data can be Copied in Good conditions. If you want to increase the Data Copying speed Please Follow the Given Steps:-
    1. Run unstopcpc.exe
    2. Navigate to Settings tab
    3. Now adjust your settings between Best Data Recovery and/or Fastest Data Recovery
    That's it Enjoy !!
  • #11384
    Thanks sir you have given me some helpful information.
    but there are different applications also.

    The free copy cat 2.0 portable apps is useful to copy the data from your scratched CD/DVD to your computer in windows.What it doing is copy all the data and skip the data which are unreadable to computer.Just you need to choose the location of your disk and destination directory where you want to copy data.Then choose the number of bytes to be skipped if computer found an error.It is recommended to choose 1 because when data is unreadable,it skips only 1 bytes from your disk and copy rest of maximum data from scratched DVD/CD.Clicking copy button will start copying data into your computer.


    Nitendra shukla

  • #11439
    Hi Chandu,
    Thanks for providing such a nice informative thread over here. Keep on contributing more over here.

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