Did you ever try to copy the content from a corrupted disk? Most CD or DVDs get corrupted after some span of times and you repeatedly fail to copy the data from that corrupted disk. Generally, you get this message – “Can not copy file or folder Data Error(Cyclic Redundancy Check error)”. It means that the CD or DVD has gone kaput, that is, has become corrupted.
In this situation, you generally give up and throw your disc to the dustbin. But, should you aware that you can still recover your important data from that corrupted disc. There is a cool Windows application that allows you to recover your data from a corrupted compact disc. So, if you’ve already thrown out your important CD/DVD, collect them and try to recover the lost data through CD Recovery Toolbox.
CD Recovery Toolbox is a great software by which you can get back your useful data. This application lets you to recopy the files from a corrupted disc with too many scratches.
Run the application to copy any file or folder from the CD or DVD as well as from any location. Select the source location and the target location, then start to copy.
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If you are fond of making collections of movies, videos, pictures and any other documents, you will always run out of your hark disk space because it is limited. Hence, you write your documents in CD’s or DVD’s as a permanent storage device but one day you lose your data as the optical disks get corrupted over the time. Having a recovery tool will ensure that you can recover not all but some important data.
We recommend that you always keep your important data stored in 2-3 places so that you can have the alternative choice if one source gets damaged. As for example, you should store your important data at your computer’s hard drive, at cloud storage drives like Google drive, Dropbox or Microsoft’s Skydrive and also into the CD or DVD.