ICE ECC is a file verification and repair tool. It allows you to protect your important files and sensitive data against digital corruption using Reed-Solomon codes.
- Added CPU MMX support. Speed improvements for MMX mode 25%-50%
- New multitask ICE ECC kernel. CPU utilization slightly reduced. Increased system feadback
- More accurate 50% CPU Usage mode
- Added compatibility with Wine for Linux
- Now progress gauge integrated to floated toolbar
- Removed user confirmation before starting some tasks
- Some small fixes
Reviewing 2.7 (Jan 14, 2013)
Make it open source and run on Linux and you got yourself a winner, maybe.
Reviewing 2.6 (Nov 27, 2008)
I just discovered this program yesterday and I already love it. This program creates a recovery record for a set of files, so if any of the files ever becomes corrupted, you can repair the corrupted data.
I was amazed by how well this program works. I tried it on some files, I purposely deleted some of the files, and this program recovered them all 100% intact.
I make a recovery record for every one of my backups now.
Reviewing 2.5 (Dec 14, 2007)
As you can see from my previous comment below, I've been using this program for a couple of years.
And now faster then ever. (not that speed was a real problem before)
Reviewing 2.2.1 (Dec 25, 2005)
3.6Gb / 399 folders / 8828 files
Took about 8 minutes to create the ECC files (I was doing other stuff on the PC)
I then deleted (actually moved to another folder) 10 entire folders (approx 500 files)
ICE ECC recreated the missing files / folders perfectly.
Reviewing 2.2 (Dec 23, 2005)
Excellent Reed-Solomon implementation. Only one big problem - this thing chews up a MASSIVE amount of memory, over 300Mb with the amount of files I've just fed it. YMMV.
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