disk utilities


BadReader – added 6/8/2009

BadReader is a corrupt files read/copy tool that can read information just skipping bad blocks and allows you to copy damaged files to your hard disk.


Xpy – added 4/1/2009

Xpy is a small Windows installation utility which disables the default threats of a Windows XP installation. Besides disabling Windows and some of its components to communicate with Microsoft servers, xpy improves privacy settings and your system’s security.


Roadkil’s Disk Image – added 12/17/2008

Roadkil’s Disk Image creates and writes disk images files to hard and floppy disks. Great for writting boot disk images download from the internet or creating a perfect copy of a disk to email to someone else.


USB Disk Ejector – added 10/2/2008

USB Disk Ejector allows you to quickly remove USB devices in Windows. It was originally designed to remove only USB pen drives but will now eject any USB device. It can be run as a non-visual command line program or a normal gui program. Its very useful if you have a USB flash/pen drive, especially if you use a menu such as PStart or the Portable Apps launcher.


USBDLM – added 8/28/2008

USBDLM is a Windows service that gives control over Window’s drive letter assignment for USB drives. Running as service makes it independent of the logged on user’s privileges, so there is no need to give the users the privilege to change drive letters. The USB Drive Letter Manager automatically solves conflicts between USB drives and network or subst drives of the currently logged on user. Furthermore you can define new default letters for USB drives and much more.


USBDeview – added 6/13/2008

USBDeview lists all USB devices that currently connected to your computer, as well as all USB devices that you previously used. For each USB device, exteneded information is displayed: Device name/description, device type, serial number (for mass storage devices), the date/time that device was added, VendorID, ProductID, and more… USBDeview also allows you to uninstall USB devices that you previously used, and disconnect USB devices that are currently connected to your computer. You can also use USBDeview on a remote computer, as long as you login to that computer with admin user.


Desk Drive – added 5/26/2008

Desk Drive solves a really annoying problem. You pop a USB thumb drive or DVD into your computer and then you have to open Window’s Explorer and find the mapped drive or folder. Desk Drive adds a desktop icon pointing to the drive automatically. Remove the media and the shortcut goes away. Brilliantly simple and effective. Desk Drive sits quietly in the system tray. Configuration (image at right) is just a click away and allows you to specify which types of media to monitor.


HFSLIP – added 11/21/2007

HFSLIP updates a Windows 2000, XP or 2003 installation source with the latest hotfixes. The binaries (individual files) of fully supported hotfixes are slipstreamed directly. This means that original files are being replaced with the newer versions present in the hotfix executables you can obtain from the Microsoft Download Center. In the rare occasion that a hotfix isn’t supported (usually because of it being a non-standard package or requiring a special installation procedure), it is integrated instead. HFSLIP leaves these uncommon hotfixes or updates as they are and places them in the SVCPACK folder, to be installed automatically near the end of Windows setup.


SysInternals – The Non-”p0wned” Collection – added 7/3/2007

The original Sysinternals software all right here, including including defragmentation utilities Contig and PageDefrag, diagnostic tools such as Process Explorer and RootkitRevealer, and also Process Explorer and many more!
via tinyapps


DriveLook – added 2/9/2007

DriveLook gives you a powerful forensic disk investigation tool, which enables you to index a hard drive for all text that was ever written to it, browse a list of all words stored on the drive, search for words or combinations of words, view the location of words or in a disk editor, and access remote drives over serial cable or TCP/IP.


Game XP – added 2/5/2007

Game XP optimizes the performance of your computer for gaming needs. It tweaks and modifies various XP settings (cache settings, CPU priority etc.) and optionally disables or stops several Windows services that are usually not needed. Game XP extends your operating system’s capabilities and makes Windows faster.


DiskInternals Linux Reader for Windows – added 1/10/2007

DiskInternals Linux Reader is a new easy way to do this. This program plays the role of a bridge between your Windows and Ext2/Ext3 Linux file systems. This easy-to-use tool runs under Windows and allows you to browse Ext2/Ext3 Linux file systems and extract files from there.


Roadkil’s Sector Editor – added 1/10/2007

Roadkil’s Sector Editor allows displaying, editing, printing and searching of disks by invidual sectors. The information can be displayed and edited in both ASCII or hexadecimal. Sectors can be copied and exported to files.

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