File Management Backup Unstoppable Copier for Windows

Unstoppable Copier for Windows 5.2 for Windows

by Roadkils Software

Avg. Rating 4.6 (48 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.4 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 12,424
Publisher Roadkils Software
Homepage Unstoppable Copier
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Unstoppable Copier recovers files from disks with physical damage. Allows you to copy files from disks with problems such as bad sectors, scratches or that just give errors when reading data. The program will attempt to recover every readable piece of a file and put the pieces together. Using this method most types of files can be made useable even if some parts were not recoverable in the end.

Latest Reviews

fatray

fatray reviewed v5.2 on Oct 17, 2010

I can't believe this, I was looking for a this program for 8 months (this type of program FREE). Windows 7 formatted my hard drive with my photos and music on it and not the drive I wanted it too. Others charge you $100 for similar software, this is free and does the job perfectly. I only wish it preserved the file name. Instead it names everything Foundfile0001 and so on. Found all my photos I thought I lost of my youngest son being born. Thank you sooo much developer. If I had any money to spare I would donate it, I will if I do.

Input Overload

Input Overload reviewed v5.1 on Sep 15, 2010

Brilliant piece of software. It's getting that all the best software lately is freeware/donation-ware. Great stuff.

QQ, Have you ever visited the planet Earth?

mindyourmanners

mindyourmanners reviewed v4.4 on Jan 16, 2010

I tried this out on an old disk which couldn't be read in the CD Rom drive and it managed to recover nearly everything. Going on that, the software appears to deliver what it should.
P.S. I normally dont criticise people who leave comments on this website BUT for QQ I will make an exception. Reading his comments it is abundantly clear that he has left his remarks without even trying the software. People are not interested in his experiences but in the software alone.
This program on my one test appears to work and that will be of far more interest to those thinking of downloading it !!!!

x-ray

x-ray reviewed v4.4 on Jan 15, 2010

can it copy an OS disc ?

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v4.3 on Jan 14, 2010

A perfect software.

elkal000

elkal000 reviewed v4.3 on Jan 13, 2010

I had to use it once on an old machine, and was a real lifesaver... though it's not the kind of program you would like to use everyday!

alan.p.brown

alan.p.brown reviewed v4.2 on Aug 14, 2009

OK sometimes what you get back is of no use, but it is great to have an app that will actually try, giving you the chance of something useful. I had a DVD with a 10 minute video file. Everything else gave up at 1 minute (being a media corruption, rather than a file corruption, not even VLC would go any further). Unstoppable copier gave me it all back. OK, there was a second or so of corrupt image, but that is not Unstoppable Copier's fault, it at least gave me 10 times more than anything else would.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.51 on Jul 4, 2008

Perfect.....

QQ, you do not know anything about computers!
go back to school!

poisonu

poisonu reviewed v3.12 on Dec 18, 2007

Superb when all other copy methods fail....

Btw, ver 3.2 is out since 9th November'07.

QQ

QQ reviewed v3.08 Beta on May 7, 2007

These kind of apps stand together with Memory Optimizers in line of uselesness.. If something can't be read on the first try, there is infinitely minor chance of succeeding in second one. They could, in theory, be useful for one, and only one, purpose - if they could skip bad sectors altogether, and just copy what can be read, that would be great. But in my experience, any app which even supports such feature, does it WAY too slow, and in the end takes ages to copy moderately corupted file..

Avg. Rating 4.6 (48 votes)
Your Rating
fatray

fatray reviewed v5.2 on Oct 17, 2010

I can't believe this, I was looking for a this program for 8 months (this type of program FREE). Windows 7 formatted my hard drive with my photos and music on it and not the drive I wanted it too. Others charge you $100 for similar software, this is free and does the job perfectly. I only wish it preserved the file name. Instead it names everything Foundfile0001 and so on. Found all my photos I thought I lost of my youngest son being born. Thank you sooo much developer. If I had any money to spare I would donate it, I will if I do.

Input Overload

Input Overload reviewed v5.1 on Sep 15, 2010

Brilliant piece of software. It's getting that all the best software lately is freeware/donation-ware. Great stuff.

QQ, Have you ever visited the planet Earth?

mindyourmanners

mindyourmanners reviewed v4.4 on Jan 16, 2010

I tried this out on an old disk which couldn't be read in the CD Rom drive and it managed to recover nearly everything. Going on that, the software appears to deliver what it should.
P.S. I normally dont criticise people who leave comments on this website BUT for QQ I will make an exception. Reading his comments it is abundantly clear that he has left his remarks without even trying the software. People are not interested in his experiences but in the software alone.
This program on my one test appears to work and that will be of far more interest to those thinking of downloading it !!!!

x-ray

x-ray reviewed v4.4 on Jan 15, 2010

can it copy an OS disc ?

Artem S. Tashkinov

Artem S. Tashkinov reviewed v4.3 on Jan 14, 2010

A perfect software.

elkal000

elkal000 reviewed v4.3 on Jan 13, 2010

I had to use it once on an old machine, and was a real lifesaver... though it's not the kind of program you would like to use everyday!

alan.p.brown

alan.p.brown reviewed v4.2 on Aug 14, 2009

OK sometimes what you get back is of no use, but it is great to have an app that will actually try, giving you the chance of something useful. I had a DVD with a 10 minute video file. Everything else gave up at 1 minute (being a media corruption, rather than a file corruption, not even VLC would go any further). Unstoppable copier gave me it all back. OK, there was a second or so of corrupt image, but that is not Unstoppable Copier's fault, it at least gave me 10 times more than anything else would.

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v3.51 on Jul 4, 2008

Perfect.....

QQ, you do not know anything about computers!
go back to school!

poisonu

poisonu reviewed v3.12 on Dec 18, 2007

Superb when all other copy methods fail....

Btw, ver 3.2 is out since 9th November'07.

QQ

QQ reviewed v3.08 Beta on May 7, 2007

These kind of apps stand together with Memory Optimizers in line of uselesness.. If something can't be read on the first try, there is infinitely minor chance of succeeding in second one. They could, in theory, be useful for one, and only one, purpose - if they could skip bad sectors altogether, and just copy what can be read, that would be great. But in my experience, any app which even supports such feature, does it WAY too slow, and in the end takes ages to copy moderately corupted file..

slowride

slowride reviewed v3.05 Beta on May 3, 2007

I've used this litte gem for about 4 years now, ever since I ran across it I dunno where... It out-performs commercial utils of the same sort (any-read, etc) ... I've had better results, in shorter time, on such tasks as recovering data from a barely un-dead hard drive (I do security and Forensics) The author deserves high praise for contributing a tight, useful, effective FREE tool!

THANK YOU

Qlib

Qlib reviewed v3.01 Beta on May 3, 2007

symantec doesnt complain about it.. but really.. AVG? come on.. geesh.. thats like the most unreliable piece of poo around.... i have more faith in bush than AVG...

other than that.. nice enuff program and there cant be enuff of these..

A Turtle

A Turtle reviewed v3.01 Beta on Apr 21, 2007

No problems here, AVG says it's OK, and it copys fast.

bufftbone

bufftbone reviewed v3.01 Beta on Apr 20, 2007

i attempt to download it but pc cillin 07 says that i's an adware/joke program. anyone else have the same thing come up?

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