From Unistal Systems:
Due to logical bad sectors, a data is at risk. Thus, by executing a Disk Repair software a logical bad sector is barricaded and successfully repairs Track 0 Bad Disks. Logical bad sectors are the major turn-offs in the hard disks, mainly evolve on the magnetic media formed because of extensive read write operations and so on. Disk Repair effectively abolishes and repairs logically formed bad sectors from the hard disks and supports: FAT12, 16, 32, VFAT, NTFS and NTFS5 File system and moreover all the versions of MS Windows.
Slow running. Seems to freeze and will say it's not responding but have patience, it's still working.
Had a sudden corruption of my Outlook PST file which would have cost me 8 yrs worth of archived work emails. PST tool refused to work and said the PST file was corrupt and unrecoverable. I ran CHKDSK which showed the HD as error free and good to go. I downloaded the software and it found errors on the drive that CHKDSK didn't catch. Took about 8 hrs to scan and repair the drive but it repaired it and I was able to then run the PST Repair tool and get my archives back. Worked great for a demo program!
Why waste weeks or even over a month for some pice of crap software to repair a hard drive which I don't believe can be done, but I tried it. I have a 452GB HD and it was well over 4 weeks and had not finished yet. Don't waste you time or the $134.00 dollars they want for this Junk when you can go and by a great HD for about the same ammount and fix your problem.
This is a demo that does not live up to its name and shame on Ininstal for putting out the demo in this shape. This file downloads easy, but I could not get my computer to run the ISO file. I then went to Unistal web site to find what they had and got the same file and same problem. Windows tried to help, by sending me to other sites to find out about this file, not my job, if anyone should have sugested it, it should have been unistal website that showed me. Add to the fact the software is $134. If windows chkdsk says you have issues. It would be cheaper (and it appears easier) to buy back up software and a new 500gb hard drive. Now you have a 1 year warranty on the drive and some useful software. Going there way, you have a used smaller hard drive and some dubious software. I did not download the the full version for the $$$ obviously, if I cannot get the demo to work, what am I to think about the full version. Curious if anyone does have better luck. Email me email@example.com
Cnet should have checked all freeware before uploading on their site because downloading & installing is easy but working may be very suspicious and also getting full version will also involves much cost than the original equipments.