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EDR Tools

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Thank you very much for your offer too which we'll be glad to evaluate and give you a prompt reply, as we're doing for Luke.
Jared":3q8k4z0f said:
If you're looking to have any others beta test it, I'd certainly be willing and I'll do a detailed write up on this forum.
 

Jared

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Cool. If it sweetens the deal, I'll also post a permanent article about it on my homepage in the articles section. Two months is all I'd really need to do a thorough evaluation, so even just a temporary license key would work.
 

irs

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hi guys,
i'm back to office with a full load of jobs to do, i found some spare time to upload few screenshots of FLAME as promised
 

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irs

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WD UTILITY
here are some of the menus and functions
 

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irs

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next screen ....
 

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irs

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SEAGATE UTILITY
 

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irs

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irs

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I didn't upload terminal screen as is a simple terminal window, here below i attach some pictures about cloning utility:
 

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irs

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as last preview i'd like to add a feature on the cloner that i haven't found on any other tool, the option to mount the drive in windows (in read only) preventing windows to access it (without bothering of masking first sectors to hide partitions to win) but selecting head map and skip surfaces while extracting with any software (like Rstudio, winhex...) this way you can chose the SW you like but skip defective heads!
 

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