Have you been troubled with the problem when you got corrupted DVD, video CD or MP3 compilation and you cannot copy it to your hard drive? Using ordinary methods you are not able to copy or recover the files from damaged DVD or CD. In this case it is recommended that you use specialized software tool. We introduce you Media Doctor ? effective software solution for data recovery from damaged DVD, CD, floppy disks etc. It comes in handy when you copy movies, pictures or audio files from damaged CD, DVD discs. Media Doctor will recover your DVD completely and you will hear only hardly noticeable clicks in damaged parts. Another outstanding feature of software is the ability to recover a file using several damaged copies of it as the source. This feature is irreplaceable when you have corrupted data on CDs, DVDs or floppy disks and you need to copy it to your hard drive. Media Doctor analyzes your files and shows you damaged parts. Secondly it scans for other copies of the file to be recovered which may be damaged too. As a result you will get recovered file assembled from several copies. Such recovery method is widely applied when you rescue data recorded on floppy discs. Moreover, you are able to recover files remotely having two copies of Media Doctor installed on two remote PCs with internet connection. Furthermore, Media Doctor may be used for speeding up the copy process of DVDs and CDs. Due to its special fast copy algorithm Media Doctor works faster than every file manager, which is why it can be used for fast copying of the data from DVD and CD discs. For your comfort, Media Doctor has advanced copy options such as you can pause the copy process at a moment, shutdown your PC after copying, or use fast copy method for huge data volumes. You may also use other advanced features like database for damaged files and showing of bad sector map. Working with Media Doctor is easy and understandable even for inexperienced users owing to its wizard step by step interface.
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added 22 Sep 2005
Last Updated 24 Jan 2011