DTI Data Recovery continues its excellence in software development by releasing Speed Clone for Windows. The new Speed Clone download package includes the Windows version as well as a bootable DOS ISO for cloning hard drives that are registered in the BIOS. It also has the original Speed Clone that works off of a floppy.
Speed Clone is a powerful tool that allows technicians to clone from physical to physical drive or create an image file of a physical drive. The most powerful feature of the software is the error reporting facility. Using native Windows diagnostics as well as the internals of the software the technician can get a clear idea of the physical status of the drive. By using a simple file system map a technician can accurately pinpoint problems in the file system. This software was designed with the knowledge that there may be bad sectors on a drive and that is the reason it is being cloned/imaged. In order to facilitate an accurate diagnosis a robust error reporting system has been integrated into the software. This fact alone will make Speed Clone a technicians most valuable tool.
In addition, Speed Clone will allow the technician to walk away from a multi-drive multi-image session instead of watching for each image to finish. This time saving function will allow for easier replication of RAID components before a destripe or RAID mount is attempted.
Even if the technician is not cloning the ‘Scan’ facility allows you to take a diagnostic look at a hard drive. With the printable error report this tool can be used to advise a potential client of the possibility of recovery.
When working with hard drives a technician rarely sees one that is not damaged. Speed Clone was designed with the technician in mind to help give them a leg up in this competitive market. Add this software to your arsenal of data recovery tools in order to better and more accurately serve your clients.
If you work on hard drives you cannot be without the full suite of Speed Clone!
Purchase Speed Clone here or read more about it on our Speed Clone page.
Is there a way to use the dos or bios level speed clone in a system without a floppy? Can speed clone boot off of a usb stick?
Greg, the file includes an ISO that you can use to boot off of a cd. There are ways to use an ISO on a thumb drive, but a CD is easier.
I just bought speed clone. I started the program and I click on “Mount Drives” and nothing happens???
Try right clicking on the program and run as administrator.
Does Speed Clone support SSD drives and their partition requirements ?
If the source drive is a properly aligned SSD (with one partition) with Windows XP ,
would the cloned new SSD be aligned also ? Thanks in advance for your help !
How do I restore an image I have made using Speed Clone for Windows?
A complete tutorial for the use of speed clone can be found at the following link: