Reviewing 3.4 (Aug 22, 2014)
I'm surprise this ancient software is still around.
Most programs don't last as long.
Reviewing 3.2 (Sep 25, 2013)
Reviewing 3.2 Build 220.127.116.11 Beta (Apr 21, 2013)
I have only had to use this 'in anger' once and it salvaged all my data. The developer is responsive, knowledgeable and polite. Licence well worth the money.
Reviewing 2.9 Beta (Feb 18, 2012)
I use the free functionality to recover files from deteriorated CDs. Best I've tried.
But there is a learning curve. Use the blue option to recover your files as they were rather than in other formats (Iso, etc). Be careful that the level (there are Sessions) includes all your files. If you can avoid having it try to recover files written on bad (as opposed to damaged) sectors, do so. You'll save a lot of time. Check the files recovered; there may be parts incompletely copied. Another try might help.
The result is worth the attention.
Reviewing 2.9 Beta (Feb 12, 2012)
I used to love ISOBuster, but now that they are installing crapware ("ISOBuster Toolbar") this package is being added to my ALP (Avoid Like the Plague) list.
I don't mind someone trying to make a buck on an excellent product, I just prefer people to do it honestly. At least make the option to install crapware deselcted by default.
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