The IsoBuster Download is a software for recovering data from CDs, DVDs, BDs and HD DVDs, with all CD, DVD, BD and HD DVD data formats and file systems are supported. Rescue lost files from a bad, dirty or scratched CD, DVD, BD or HD DVD, securing important documents, precious pictures, video from the family, your only system backup. IsoBuster can do it all!
IsoBuster circumvents the Windows features for reading CDs / DVDs, and directly accesses the disk to. This makes it possible to read data even from scratched CDs / DVDs or through a buffer underrun destroyed blanks.7383Winload IsoBuster Video Overview
IsoBuster Download: Media supported
Unlike Windows, it therefore does not break off the read operation at each found scratches. Of the download IsoBuster is still readable files and stores them on the hard drive. Support for CD-i, VCD, SVCD, CD-ROM, CD-ROM XA, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-ROM, DVCD, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD + R, DVD + RW.
With IsoBuster you can also access CD images of many burning programs. So you have not basically burn to CD's image if you need a specific file or a specific folder from the image.
The IsoBuster Download convert long and short file names and also supports Rock Ridge Extensions, Single Sector extraction, Mpg (.dat) Extraction, dat2mpg and more.
IsoBuster supported image formats
Many image file types known CD burner programs are supported by the software: DAO (Duplicator), TAO (Duplicator), ISO (Nero, BlindRead, Creator), BIN (CDRWin), IMG (CloneCD), CIF (Creator), FCD (Uncompressed), NRG (Nero), GCD (Prassi), P01 (toast), C2D (Creator), CUE (CDRWin), CDI (DiscJuggler), CD (CD-i OptImage), GI (Prassi PrimoDVD), PXI ( PlexTools).
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- Broad support of media and image formats
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