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Unstoppable Copier – Free File Recovery Program

by Rono 8 August 2009 No Comment

This is a guest post written by Rono, a freeware addict and fan of this blog.

Have you ever lost important information which was stored in a CD or hard disk and now you can’t have it again? If you need to get back your data from your scratched CDs, damaged disks or defective floppy/hard disks, you need a piece of freeware like this: Unstoppable Copier.

How does Unstoppable Copier work? Normally when your computer is unable to copy a file from a damaged disk it will abort and delete the portion of the file it has copied, but Unstoppable Copier will continue copying the file right to the end.

unstoppable copier screenshot

You will be able to decide the recovering level, and, if you wish, select a starting folder and the program will copy all data from it and any sub folders it may contain.

You can use Unstoppable copier for many purposes, not only for recovering data. You can also use it to copy data from a folder to other, from a device to another.

Features overview

  • Recovers files from disks with physical damage.
  • Can be used as a daily backup system using its batch mode functions.
  • 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.
  • Available for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Linux.



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