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Recovering files from damaged media (with BAD blocks)


DiskInternals Uneraser can recover data from damaged media (from disks with Bad blocks).

How does it work?

When reading a file, the program automatically ignores bad blocks without stopping to save the file. A bad block is replaced with zeros and the program proceeds to the next block.

Note: If you enable the Show Existing Files option, you will be able to save existing files from damaged floppy and logical disks.

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