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RetroBurner can recover data from unreadable, scratched, corrupt, or defective CD-R, CD-RW, and DVD discs. Scan for lost UDF files and folders, and a CD and DVD surface scan.

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Product Features
  • RetroBurn will recover your data by working threw and around the problems on your CD/DVD. RetroBurn's advanced algorithms knows how data is written to a CD/DVD. This allows us to recover the files regardless of the file type.
  • Supports discs burned using: Roxio Easy CD Creator, Ahead Nero, DirectCD, InCD, DLA, RecordNow, DiscMaker, Sony Mavica Cameras.
  • Supports all PC CD and DVD discs.
    • ISO-9660, Joliet PC discs
    • Rock Ridge for Linux and other Unix systems
    • UDF 1.01, UDF 1.5, UDF 2.0 and UDF 2.01
    • DVD-Video, DVD-ROM.
  • Extensive UDF file examination is done on you disc to locate files that have been dropped from the directory structure. This is a common problem for UDF format discs.
Recovers data from unreadable, scratched, corrupt, or defective CD-R, CD-RW, and DVD discs.

Single User license as low as $29.00
If you have purchased X-Box, Play Station or any other game and your game box can no longer read the DVD use RetroBurner to recover your damaged games. RetroBurner will rip the game regardless of encryption. This is product is intended for the data recovery of legally purchased products only.

Symptoms/Problems Indicators of why you need CD or DVD Data Recovery Services. Use Retroburner to recover from many of these failure indicators:

  • Unreadable CD-ROM, CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-RAM, DVD-R/W or 3-inch Mini CD-R.
  • Data can not be accessed but the disc indicates that it is full.
  • Accidental quick erased, quick formatted, or file deletion.
  • Files and/or directory can be seen but files can not be moved or used on the media.
  • Error dialog box says "Files do not exist"
  • Corrupted or missing TOC (Table of Contents) or directory information.
  • Damaged or crossed sessions, caused by operator error.
  • Problems with your operating system or shut down during write, causing CD errors.
  • Problems reading data from UDF( Directcd®, Incd® etc.) formatted CDs.
  • Physical damages: bubbles, cracks, scratches, warping, others
  • When the media is put in the drive, the drive makes a loud whirring sound.
  • Computer freezes or locks up, while trying to read the media.
  • CD that had data on it, now incorrectly appears to be a blank or an audio CD.
  • Failed CDs from Home Audio Recordings.
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