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IsoBuster

Salvage Your Data From Damaged Storage Devices!

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Platforms: Windows 2000, XP, Vista (32 and 64 bit), 7 (32 and 64 bit), 8 (32 and 64 bit), 10 (32 and 64 bit)
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Flash drives, SD cards, CDs, DVDs, hard drives, and Blu Ray discs are great for offline storage. That is, of course, until they're damaged! Then the panics sets in, with fruitless trips to the geek squad, frantic internet searches, and the lingering feeling that you'll never see those photos, movies, documents, emails, or crucial powerpoint presentations again.

Never fear, IsoBuster is here to save the day!

IsoBuster is a data recovery tool specifically designed for retrieving data from just about any damaged storage device or disc. This powerful, flexible recovery tool supports countless optical, image, and storage formats, including CD, DVD, MMC Media, Micro SD, ISO, USB flash, mobile phone memory cards, Blu Ray, SDH, IMG, and HD DVD, and much, much, MUCH more!

Check it out folks! Data recovery from physical media is only part of what IsoBuster can do. It's also a one-stop source for opening and extracting ISO, IMG, and other disc image formats!

Using IsoBuster is so easy. Just insert a disc or drive, select it, and let IsoBuster mount the media. In seconds, you'll be looking at all of the tracks and sessions located on the disc, along with Explorer-like file access.

With IsoBuster's improved error handling, you'll be assured of recovering the data that you're after. Just copy the ones that you want to save to a secure location, and BAM, you're a hero!

This promotion includes the following:
IsoBuster PRO - Personal v4.2 ($19.97)
IsoBuster PRO - Professional v4.2 ($29.97)
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Christian User What does this do that TestDisk and PhotoRec can't? I get that you can extract image formats, but can you edit them? I can use 7-Zip to unzip iso files.
Oct 5 at 7:51am Copy Link
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Allan User It works.

Just bought the pro version to support the dev.

https://www.isobuster.com...models.php

I just happen to have 2 4tb USB drives that can't be seen by several computers.
Installed the software and registered it. Attached drive 1 of the 2 and ISObuster sees the drive :) I transferred a few small files to the computer's C: and they play and view just fine. Next I added a 3rd 4tb usb drive and am currently having ISObuster copy the files to this 3rd drive :)

The Pro version adds the following (according to the above page):

High Tech and priority support
Close inspection, Extraction etc. of individual extents of a file (files consisting of more than one piece)
Defining your own files (start, offset, length, extents,...) and Extraction, viewing etc. of these files
Show (and extract) UDF named streams as separate files
Show (and extract) NTFS named streams as separate files
Custom Read remapping
Managed (IBP / IBQ) Image file Engineering dialoguewith powerful features such as retrying certain areas, completion of a range etc.
Managed (IBP / IBQ) Image file completion on demand, by reading only the sectors that are required for whatever action your or the software triggers
Allow to complete a Managed (IBP / IBQ) Image file from media of which the layout doesn't fully match, but the risk is manageable
Allow to complete a Managed (IBP / IBQ) Image file from another non-managed image file
Future technical analysis related functionality (comparable to the technical features that deal with extended attributes and resource forks etc., things not needed for normal recovery, only for experts)
Oct 5 at 10:17am Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster I honestly don't understand the point of your post ?
For every problem there are always several solutions. Some better, some not.
Often there is overlap, and often different apps have different strengths that the others don't have. IsoBuster is good, very good in fact, if I may say so myself, and a lot of experts seem to agree with me. While there is overlap there are also plenty of differences. IsoBuster's feature list is huge. People buying IsoBuster usually know what they're getting through research or word of mouth. And of course there's stellar support.
Smart Projects - Oct 5 at 10:20am Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster @Christian IsoBuster is not an editor no. It does data recovery.
Smart Projects - Oct 5 at 12:37pm Copy Link
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KimY One of my favorite Album is playable, but failed to rip to .flac with EAC & dpPowerAmp. isoBuster trial was able to recover to .wav files. If we were to buy isoBuster Professional, any hope of recovering .iso image to burn a backup copy to CD? Thank you.
Oct 5 at 5:31pm Copy Link
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Christian User Hi Peter,

The point of my post is very simple I may be interested in buying your program, but don't want to buy something that doesn't bring distinct features from the tools I already utilize. Can you add/remove and update files within an ISO and or .img file? Is there any built in facility to take files and make a bootable CD?

Thanks,
Christian
Oct 5 at 6:56pm Copy Link
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KimY @Christian Checkout http://www.ezbsystems.com/ultraiso/
Oct 5 at 7:11pm Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster @christian, what you seem to need is an ISO editor. There are plenty out there. Not data recovery software. IsoBuster is the latter.
Smart Projects - Oct 6 at 1:24am Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster @KimY I'm confused to be honest.

Good to hear you could extract wave files of your audio.
But are you saying that making an ISO of the entire CD does not work ?
Or ... what am I missing ?

Feel free to send an email to support@smart-projects.net with screenshots etc. Anything that may help me help you.
This forum is obviously not meant for in debt support.
Smart Projects - Oct 6 at 1:29am Copy Link
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IM User Is this software able to recover files from a HDD that is physically damaged (vs. corrupted)? I've tried several other products, but was unable to rescue my lost photos successfully.
Oct 6 at 6:20am Copy Link
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Mappi75 Very good software for recovery files.
I got better results than EaseUs software.

A 1 User license for all pc's would be great,
thats why i bought 2 times the pro version.

1 license is for 2 pc's.
Oct 6 at 9:40am Copy Link
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KimY @Peter Van Hove, Yes, thanks to isoBuster was able to extract all tracks to .wav files (isoBuster Trial does not support extracting CD to .iso). Was hoping to be able to extract flawed CD to error-free .iso file. ImgBurn was able to create an exact flawed (un-ripable) .iso image.
Oct 6 at 10:23am Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster @IM The software talks to the hardware to try and get all data but if the hardware ultimately fails, then software, any software, can only do so much.
If the drive is physically damaged to the point that it refuses to read, then this software, and any software, will not be able to help.
In that case you need to send the HD to a recovery lab where they can try to fix the hardware (if possible).
Smart Projects - Oct 6 at 12:12pm Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster @KimY Yes it does. You can extract a CD to ISO in trial mode.
Smart Projects - Oct 6 at 12:13pm Copy Link
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KimY @Peter Van Hove OK, isoBuster was able to extract flawed CD to .iso. However, "Couldn't Mount File", "The disc image file is corrupted". Bummer!
Oct 6 at 2:37pm Copy Link
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Peter Van Hove aka IsoBuster @KimY If you could extract the wave files, you can extract an ISO (the wave files are basically parts of the ISO). And if the wave files were not corrupt, the ISO is neither.

An audio CD has no file system. An audio track is just that, a track and an audio CD contains x amount of audio tracks. And that sort of information is not stored in the user data area of a CD, so also not in the image file (ISO). So CUE files are used to store the track information. If you created a CUE alongside the ISO, an application will know where the tracks are located.
You then need to load the image via the CUE file (for instance in the image mounting solution you use) and it will know 1) that it's an audio CD (so it won't say the file is corrupt) 2) where the tracks are located inside the image.
Smart Projects - Oct 7 at 2:25am Copy Link
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