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Author:  Amarbir[CDR-Labs] [ June 21st, 2020, 15:46 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

DR-Kiev wrote:
Amarbir[CDR-Labs] wrote:
DR-Kiev wrote:
Amarbir[CDR-Labs] wrote:

Are You Comparing UFS-Explorer To hddsuperclone ? For Cloning :shock:


Why not? UFS made a great jump with clonning bad drives, for the SAS/SCSI drives you already dont need a pc3k-DE sas version for that.


Really ,
Have you played around with HDDSuperClone ? . Do you know what it can do and do you know all the parameters and tweaks it can play around with .You Seriously need to spend time with hddsuperclone ,HDDsuperclone works direct with drives too ,Does UFS Explorer do that ,It goes via OS ,HDDSuperclone Does That and More and So Much More ,SCSI/SAS Support Is Already in HDDsuperclone ,You need to see some example -> https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXfHI8 ... QTQ/videos

Maximus " Your Interest Should Be to Enhance your tool ,show them in your thread ,why hddsuperclone is a real superclone .What will you gain by solving bugs of this tool ? . Nothing .I have tonns of drives that are solved ,you should work with me and improve this even further ,Over and out .DR Kiev : For that matter we need no tool to do anything ,When why do we all have them "Its to simplify work and make money " . The sysdev team is a set of brilliant programmers ,you are saying its a great tool with bad sectors ,So common proof it ,Lets see some videos


I dont have anything against HDDsuperClone but i have something against your knowlege about Ufs Pro . Yes it does, you can read/image drives not just simply using OS API procedure, but to chose different ways, like ATA direct or SCSI commands for SAS/SCSI drives, and other usefull features which you missed, probably, also.


Well,
Thank You for this detail ,I do not have this and i do not intend to use a demo ,I have Ver 7.14 Recovery Explorer Only To Play Around ,

Author:  alfarom [ June 21st, 2020, 16:16 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

I've had some great results with DMDE and HDDSuperClone Pro..

Author:  labtech [ June 21st, 2020, 17:55 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

lcoughey wrote:
alfarom wrote:
Good video. Might even encourage to go back to MRT Ultra again...

I wouldn't worry about your video making skills. 5 minutes on YouTube will show you up there with Martin Scorsese compared to some IT related content...

Thanks.

Good video, Luke. Thanks for creating it.
Data Explorer isn't so great. So, coupling with other tools like UFS is helpful to find file structure.

Author:  Iurii [ June 21st, 2020, 23:26 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

Amarbir[CDR-Labs], alfarom
This topic about UFS Explorer Updates. If you want to compare to another software - please create new one and discuss it there. I and some others will be happy to describe the benefits of UFS Explorer products.

Author:  alfarom [ June 22nd, 2020, 7:34 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

I only really wanted to know how it compares with DMDE when it's used with HDDSuperClone rather than as a standalone product. Also, it's a bit out of my price range at $600.

Author:  Iurii [ June 30th, 2020, 5:40 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

What's new in version 8.2:

* Support of MRT DE Tasks:
- Added option to load Task from context menu of virtual task disk mapped to OS;
- Loading source name/ID information from the Task file;
- Loading map of defects associated with the Task file;
- Control of disk imaging via running MRT software (by ranges, files, maps etc.);
* Open disk image file from MRT DE File Image chunks;
* Rework of NTFS scan procedure:
- In part of 'red' file systems - for memory use reduction;
- Extraction of some missing file system structure elements from Log File (Journal);
* In disk imager:
- Disabled bad blocks logging if defect block is emulated by the software;
- Fixed rounding issue when map cluster size is smaller then imaging sector size;
- Fixed bug with growing saved jump size (each time after tool restart);
* Fixed several bugs causing software crash.

Author:  Iurii [ June 30th, 2020, 5:42 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

How UFS Explorer works with MRT:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NV3WY3W ... e=youtu.be

Author:  ccc [ June 30th, 2020, 6:56 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

Iurii wrote:
What's new in version 8.2:

* Support of MRT DE Tasks:



Is this option supported on demo version of UFS professional or only if we buy it? I tried on demo and I can't see menu for "MRT DE Task"



Thanks

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Author:  Iurii [ June 30th, 2020, 8:04 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

ccc wrote:
Iurii wrote:
What's new in version 8.2:

* Support of MRT DE Tasks:


Is this option supported on demo version of UFS professional or only if we buy it? I tried on demo and I can't see menu for "MRT DE Task"

Thanks


This functions is fully available in trial software mode and doesn't require activation.
Software relies on storage name format to recognize MRT DE mapped storage. There was no mapping for "Express" version. You may now re-download software from our web site once again and check.

Author:  ccc [ June 30th, 2020, 8:17 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

Now it's working

Thanks

Author:  Freddy31 [ July 1st, 2020, 8:59 ]
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Privet Iurii,
same problem at me.
The Free Download from 8,2 has no option to go to MRT Task.
Would you be so kind to send a link where to download the MRT Version from your UFS Explorer.
Thanks a lot in advance!
kind regards
Fred

Author:  Freddy31 [ July 1st, 2020, 9:06 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

Sorry found the menu :lol: Everything works fine :beer:

Author:  ccc [ July 8th, 2020, 6:00 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

Hi Iurii

I tested and all works fine now and I have two little requests:

1.Option to modify the start/end of imaging area before starting the actual image(when working with MRT DE of course).
2.Support for 4Kn formated drives...There are many Seagate external drives which are 4Kn formated and, when conected to MRT, the Data Extractor is blind , does not see anything...If I mount the task with DE I can use R-studio or DMDE to access the partition correctly and extract data...But, as we know , these Seagate drives are DM series which allways come with failed heads or scratched surfaces, so we need an hardware imager to copy data.
In my post above you have a picture as an example of such drive...UFS also does not see the partition when the drive is 4Kn formated.

Thanks

Author:  Iurii [ July 9th, 2020, 7:53 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

1. In case you need to image just specific range from disk, right-click disk and select "Save disk image". Then, in "Area.." dropdown select "Custom range.."

2. Our software only tests and reads signle offset calculated as offset from MBR multiplied by sector size reported by disk. MRT DE seems always reports 512b sectors and thus offset it invalid.
We can also check both offsets (512b and 4K), but this operation is useless for 512e/512n disks and cause extra reads.
Scanning for partition is also not the recommended option for disk with defects.
Instead it is advised simply to open "manage partition" dialog and define partition manually using reported offset multiplied by 8. In case there is file system, the size will be calculated automatically from file system metadata.

Author:  ccc [ July 10th, 2020, 4:08 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

Ok, got it.

Thanks

Author:  Iurii [ July 15th, 2020, 1:10 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

UFS Explorer Working With PC3000 Data Extractor Map
https://youtu.be/PZO7KPALcUM

Author:  Iurii [ July 20th, 2020, 10:04 ]
Post subject:  Re: New version of UFS Explorer

What's new in version 8.3:

* 'Open file location' function in search result now selects object in list;
* In file system report, double-click to record in error log selects object in Explorer;
* Preserving selection of sub-folder when navigating to parent folder using navigation bar;
* EXT file system: speed up of journal processing at completion stage;
* XFS file system: optimization of indexing procedure;
* APFS file system:
- Added support of Apple extended attributes for direct access;
- Added support of basic (resident) attributes in scan result;
* HFS+ file system:
- Speed up of file system indexing;
- Fixed bug reading extended attributes in direct access mode;
* Apple extended attributes and resource forks:
- Support of saving them to NTFS/ReFS named data streams for Apple Filing Protocol (AFP);
- Attribute storage in scan result was moved one level deeper in folder structure;
* Raw recovery: support of more types and several enhancements.

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