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Re: [vox-tech] VFAT (FAT32 and FAT16) reconstruction



I believe Partition Majic will cover this for you.
Open Source (?).

Brian S.

Jan Wynholds wrote:

> Hey all:
>
> I am trying to do research on pulling apart (and reconstruction of) dos file
> systems.  Basically, I want to create a copy of the tree on a different file
> system, while saving deleted blocks.  Does anyone know of any (open source)
> tools that will:
>
> 1.  Walk through the FAT, and create copies of (valid, undamaged) entries on
> another file system.
> (and)
> 2.  Write unused (or damaged) sectors/blocks to another file system for
> analysis.
>
> I looked on deja, freshmeat and sourceforge, but came up negatory.
>
> Tia
>
> Jan
>
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