DVD Recovery

DVD disks are often used as backup for storing electronic data in the form of text documents, Excel sheets, and PowerPoint presentations. It is also used to store music files, digital pictures, movies, and home videos. Data stored on a DVD disk is considered safe but may get corrupted due to a number of factors, such as extreme heat, moisture, dust particles, and magnetism.

Data stored on corrupted DVD disks can be recovered with the help of DVD recovery software that is easy to install and use. These software programs have advanced error-handling capabilities and several retry mechanisms that help in retrieving data from severely damaged DVD disks. Recovery software is also available in the form of freeware that can be used to retrieve data from corrupted DVD disks.

After installing the software or freeware, users just need to insert the corrupted DVD and press the RECOVER button. The software takes just a few seconds to display all the files or folders stored on the DVD and prompt the user to select a drive for transferring the retrieved data. The software is compatible with all versions of the Windows operating system but does not rely on Windows to interpret data and can work independently. The software can also interpret DVD image files such as *.ISO (Nero, BlindRead, Creator), *.BIN (CDRWin), *.DAO (Duplicator), *.TAO (Duplicator), *.PXI (PlexTools), and others.

The software supports different DVD formats such as DVD-ROM, DVCD, DVD-RAM, DVD-R, DVD-RW, DVD+R, DVD+RW, DVD+MRW, DVD+R Dual Layer, DVD-R Dual Layer, DVD+RW Dual Layer, DVD+VR, DVD+VRW, DVD-VR, DVD-VM, and others.

Users need to store their recorded DVDs in a proper manner, as there is no guarantee that DVD recovery software will be able to retrieve the corrupted data. The cost of buying DVD recovery software can also be financially unviable for low-budget users.



Source by Alison Cole