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How to Recover
Why DataNumen Disk Image?
20+ Years of
Our Customers' Testimonials
November 8th, 2019
Disk Image outperformed three other professional programs that failed to create an ISO system image - this one worked perfectly. While it can't be
Disk Image outperformed three other professional programs that failed to create an ISO system image - this one worked perfectly. While it can't be launched from a USB and must be run from a running OS, it was fast, 1TB in just over 2 hours to clone, and it restored flawlessly. On the strength of its performance, leanness, and also the nice support they provided, I would recommend their software to anyone that was in need.
Wayne Rice Retired
Boston, MA, USA
Jan 25, 2017
Extremely Simple Interface
Main Features in DataNumen Disk Image v2.2
- Support all kinds of disks and drives.
- Support for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP/Visa/7/8/8.1/10 and Windows Server 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019.
- Support to restore image data back to drives.
- Support to clone data from corrupted media.
- Support to replace damaged sectors with specified data.
- Support to clone multiple disks and drives in batch.
- Ideal to be used as a computer forensic tool and electronic discovery (or e-discovery, eDiscovery) tool.
Using DataNumen Disk Image to Create Images for Drives and Disks
With DataNumen Disk Image, you can create images for drives and disks, for various purposes, such as backup, restore, forensics and data recovery.
Start DataNumen Disk Image:
Note: Before creating drive or disk images with DataNumen Disk Image, please close any other applications.
Select the drive or disk whose image to be created:
If you have plugged in a USB drive, but cannot see it in the drive or disk list. You can click the button and try again.
Next, set the output image file name:
You can input the image file name directly or click the button to browse and select the image file.
Click the button, and DataNumen Disk Image will start cloning the data in the specified drive or disk, then save them into the output image file. Progress bar
will indicate the clone progress.
After the clone process, if the image file is created successfully, you will see a message box like this:
Now you can use the disk image for different purposes, including:
- Use it as a backup of the original drive or disk.
- Restore the image back to the original drive or disk, or to a different drive or disk.
- Recover data from the image.
- Perform forensic data analysis on the image.