IsoBuster
  • 17 Dicembre 2020
  • Roberto Ercolese
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Descrizione

Utility estremamente utile per la visualizzazione del contenuto di cd rovinati,
evitando di appoggiarsi alle utility di windows. E’ in grado di interpretare i seguenti
formati: *.DAO (Duplicator), *.TAO (Duplicator), *.ISO (Nero, BlindRead, Creator), *.BIN
(CDRWin), *.IMG (CloneCD), *.CIF (Creator), *.FCD (Uncompressed), *.NRG (Nero), *.GCD
(Prassi), *.P01 (Toast), *.C2D (WinOnCD).

Di seguito le note fornite a corredo:

Changes / New:

  • Huge changes to the GUI to keep up with current and newer OS
  • Added very powerful search functionality immediately accessible via the main window
  • Added pre-defined search queries. For instance search for pictures, video etc.
  • Detect whether drives are added or removed from the system and automatically update the
    drive selection combobox without affecting the currently selected drive or image file
  • Automatic drive add or removal detection can be enabled / disabled in Options (On by
    default)
  • Ability to show graphical represenation of good vs bad blocks on all objects, files,
    partitions, tracks etc via the Properties dialog
  • Good vs bad blocks are also shown in the Managed Image File Manager
    [Professional license]. Here it is possible to select a block or zoom into the block and
    auto-fill the Address and Blocks’ fields to easily define what blocks need to be re-read
    etc.
  • Added easy history browsing via the breadcrumbs control

Improvements:

  • Improved opening image files while another process (Refreshing) is ongoing
  • Improved checking if a file is already opened, no matter what method is used to open the
    file
  • A managed
    clone
    will detect when its target drive is connected to the system
  • Avoid trying to read PathTable found ISO9660/Joliet folders without a size again and
    again in case of read errors
  • Huge changes in the underlying GUI code/engine to be able to keep up with modern OS and
    prepare for the future
  • Improved the search engine dramatically to be extremely powerful. Easily find fragmented
    files, extents, streams, etc. etc.
  • Improved message boxes
  • Improved breadcrumbs control so that is behaves similar than modern OS
  • Improved image file (ISO, IMG, VDI, IBP/IBQ, …) access and reading, for most type
    images files, so that it is a lot faster now
  • Show Media in the breadcrumb bar when selecting a drive (or when starting up with a
    drive)
  • Show NTFS File System Root properties
  • Better filtering of illegal characters from devices names
  • Chosing large fonts also auto-selects the use of larger icons
  • Double clicking a Partition, Track or Session in ListView now also shows its children in
    ListView (except for Audio CDs)
  • File systems are listed in ListView as well, when the track or partition in selected in
    the TreeView
  • Easy way via ListView to start a scan for missing files and folders, when a partition
    without file systems is selected
  • Ability to right mouse click and show a file’s resource fork
  • Updated file system icons
  • Avoid excessive IBP updating, mainly when completing on demand
  • Lots of improvements, changes and re-writes in the core code / engine, as this is a
    living project and to deal with the ever growing new functionality
  • Various other, not listed, GUI improvements

Fixes:

  • Do not allow to select a new device via the back and forward (history) buttons when
    critical GUI List/Tree Item processes are ongoing
  • Fix it so that a check to see if a file contains video keeps returning consistent data
    after for instance Extract2Mpg has been chosen
  • Fixed rare stack overflow when exploring NTFS, in case of many small nested folders
  • Fix and return consistent data after an NTFS search for deleted files/folders when
    sorting is turned off entirely

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