Copying files from storage media CD is probably the thing that is familiar to you, a lot of ways you can do, for example by using additional software like “Nero” or by using open source applications such as “Infrarecorder“, or with additional programs other.
You only need to click a few buttons, then KAZAM .. file that was in the CD you’ve copied into the hard drive. But what if it turns out your CD storage medium slightly damaged, or scratched because of some things, which likely will cause the file that you want to copy to the hard drive had become corrupted, or not tercopy all? Maybe you will be confused, upset, or may complain to myself for not being able to copy files from a CD storage media that may file it is a very important file for you.
But first you do not despair, there are several other ways that can be done to copy the CD, one of which is by application “unstopable copier 3:56” from roadkil.net. Petite-sized applications have an advantage that is not owned by any other application. Among them, the application can copy files from storage media CD that almost damaged or scratched, so you still can save some important data from it.
You just need to do several things, including:
1. Run the program “unstopable copier 3:56.”
2. Select the source or sources to be copied to the hard disk, click the source> browse.
3. Select a target or destination storage file, click the target> browse.
4. Start copying files from CD to the hard drive, click Copy.
After that wait a while until all the files in the CD completed copied into the hard drive, then KAZAM … files that you copied from a damaged CD had been copied into your hard disk, and any important data you have saved in it. One more thing, it turns out this tiny little program that Portable, so you can just run it without having to install it first.
It should be noted that the level of damage to storage media CD you also specify how many files can be saved into hard disk. For the other settings you can try clicking on some button and read some instructions for use in the menu “help”. You can download it directly here, or you can visit her site www.roadkil.net.