ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk 0.3

 Analyzer For Recover Fixed/floppy Disk 0.3 - Free

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Author : Systech Software

OS : Win 3.1x,Win95,Win98,WinME,W...

Analyzer for recover fixed/floppy disk license : Freeware (Price: free)

Added date : 19. September 2005

Release date : 7. March 2005

Download page : Get it Here!

Download Size : 16 kBytes

Publisher URL: http://www.BestDiskRecovery.com

ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk 0.3 details:
ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk V0.3 FREEWARE visually reports on bad sectors in system area of floppy disk. You can check if Boot Sector, FAT 1, FAT 2, and ROOT FOLDER sectors are good or bad. You find how much of remaining file system can help recover files when you use RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk. While RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk (RFD) brings simplicity into data recovery, ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk V0.3 gives a head start to using RFD.





When Boot Sector on floppy is bad, WINDOWS 98SE displays a window with this error message:




The disk in drive A: is not formatted:


Do you want to format it now?




When 1st FAT sector on floppy is bad, WINDOWS 98SE displays the same error message for reasons known to itself.




When first Root Folder Sector is bad, WINDOWS 98SE displayed a window with this error message:




A: is not accessible:


The system cannot read from the specified device




If it is the Boot Sector or the 1st FAT sector or both that is/are damaged, you can use RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk to recover your files. If ROOT FOLDER got damaged, if your disk analysis shows that first few sectors are good, you can use RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk.


If you run Disk Defragmenter quite often, even if both FAT copies got damaged, you can recover your files by using RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk.





Must-have disk utility.




No more groping around for locating disk surface damage in system area.




If your OS says it can do nothing, it is not going to affect your decision making.





ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk V0.3 gives you a head start in accurately locating disk errors that unsettle the Operating System. You can figure out what system area got damaged and to what extent. This serves as a starting point for using RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk. ANALYZER for RFD V0.3 simplifies reporting on Boot Sector, FAT copies and ROOT FOLDER to a single page. You get INT 25H sector numbers and readability status in color codes on screen.

 
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ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk freeware is copyrighted computer software which is made available free of charge, as opposed to shareware where the user is required to pay. The only ANALYZER for RECOVER Fixed/Floppy Disk 0.3 criterion for being classified as "freeware" is that the software must be made available at no cost.