Well I came here to post this, but then I thought that I would review how it actually works.
In my opinion the function of this piece of code is very easy, but you can not use it without having prior knowledge in the C programming language. This may lead to the suggestion of posting the results in one of the popular C programming forums.
To be more specific:
Download the file from their website:
Follow the Read Me instructions as they are posted in the download file and follow the two provided videos.
1. Install a C compiler
2. A Unix-like system such as Linux or Mac OS X
3. An internet connection
4. A USB flash drive formatted to FAT16
5. A copy of the tool itself (in order to run it)
NOTE: It is important to have a valid license in order to access this public domain software.
The sample file will be placed in the folder:
where the three files required are:
1. A.ps1 file
This file contains the internal instructions of the tool, so if you want to experiment with the tool, the file must be named correctly in order for it to work properly.
A video guide to this tool is available at:
A binary executable file (executable binary file) is the way the tool is distributed and you must use it because it is the only valid way to use the tool and compile the sample file.
The file size is only 744 bytes and it can be used on any Windows computer that is running Windows 7 and higher.
It is the main file of the tool.
Medialoc recovers pictures, video and music from scratched CDs and DVDs and hard drives and restore them to your computer. It also recovers from lost partitions and RAID disks. Using Medialoc, you can recover any type of multimedia files (PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, MP3, WMA, AVI, MPG, Mpeg, and DivX formats), even if the drive where the files were stored was formatted and the files have been overwritten.
Media Recover-Center Features:
-Recover pictures, video and music from scratched CDs and DVDs and hard drives and restore them to your computer.
-Recover from lost partitions and RAID disks.
-Using Medialoc, you can recover any type of multimedia files (PNG, JPG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, MP3, WMA, AVI, MPG, Mpeg, and DivX formats), even if the drive where the files were stored was formatted and the files have been overwritten.
-Support RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 10, JBOD, and RAID 50.
-Supports Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10 (32-bit and 64-bit)
-Recover from FAT32, NTFS and exFAT filesystems
-Supports FAT 12, 16 and 32.
-Very easy to use interface
-Supports cutting and restoring picture from a specific point
-High-speed recovery of the whole drive
-Comprehensive search for multimedia files
-Search for lost files based on all attributes such as name, date, size, time of creation, time of last access
-Mass recovery of lost files
-Search the drive directly from a removable device
-Supports H.264, AVI, MPEG-4, DAT, H.263, FLV, WMV, MP3, WAV, OGG, RAM, and MP2/MP3 formats
-Compression feature for the RAM and DAT file formats
-No external driver required for most devices
-Supports DV, NTSC and PAL formats
-Supports extracting of MPEG-4 and WMV videos to avi files
-Supports copying, cutting and assembling multimedia files
-Supports international character encoding like Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, Korean, Turkish and Ukrainian.
-Multiple volumes support
-Supports automatic und