You can use this simple and efficient application to recover files from CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs that Windows cannot see properly.
- Version : 10.60.60.0
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :CDRoller Soft Co Ltd
CDRoller is an efficient and easy to handle piece of software whose main purpose is to offer you the reliable means of recovering data from a variety of discs, enabling you to retrieve information from corrupt or damaged CDs, DVDs, Blu-rays and others.
Intuitive user interface
Following a simple and uneventful installation process, you can launch the application from the optionally created desktop shortcut.
The main window of CDRoller is fairly easy to understand and work with, additionally providing you with several tips on how to get started, if you are at a loss on how to use it properly.
Retrieve lost data from disc
First off, you will need to load disc that you want to attempt and recover into the computer. Keep in mind that CDRoller will probably not be able to detect anything on objects that are physically damaged.
After inputting the CD or DVD you target, you can click on the ‘Recover All’, ‘Recover DVD Video’ or ‘Recover Selected’ option, depending on which one you need. The utility will attempt to identify the file type and restore the file tree, and you can choose, prior to the operation, whether you want to target ‘Files and Folders’, just ‘Files’ or only ‘Folders’.
The retrieved data will be exported to a previously-set directory, so you can quickly locate the files and store them securely to prevent any future losses or start working with them right away, if they are important documents you needed for your projects.
Burn or erase disc
Moreover, CDRoller also offers the possibility of ‘Splitting Video’ from the retrieved data on your disc, but you can also ‘Burn’ new files onto an empty CD or DVD, as well as erase information from a currently used disc.
Useful data recovery tool
To sum it up, CDRoller is an efficient and reliable program that can successfully assist you in retrieving files and folders from corrupt or damaged disc, be they images, documents or movies, sparing you significant amount of effort in the process.