Bootable Media Builder
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Facilitate data recovery when your operating system is damaged or corrupted and simply create a bootable disk so you can restore your PC to its initial state
DISCOUNT: 20% OFF!Bootable Media Builder provides you with the means to create a bootable disc or USB flash drive for the Power Data Recovery application from MT Solution Ltd.
The Power Data Recovery software helps you quickly and easily retrieve lost files due to hazardous crashes of the operating system and even hardware. With this particular piece of software, you can recover deleted files, repair damaged or lost partitions and even digital media from the memory card of your camera.
The users interface of Bootable Media Builder keeps everything simple and in-place by offering two options when it comes to the output device of the entire process.
The first one build a boot CD / DVD disc and requires that you select the burner from the available drop-down menu list, while the second one builds a boot flash drive and also demands that you choose the appropriate disk from the list. You can opt to perform a refresh device operation in case you have inserted a removable device after the program loaded up.
As a side note, make sure that you have provided a blank disc for the first step as well as a USB drive that you have no problem in formatting as the process needs it like that in order to prepare it properly. Moreover, you can also create an ISO image file for the Power Data Recovery program by selecting the ISO Image Recorder option from the menu of the disc section.
All in all, Bootable Media Builder is a pretty straight-forward application that is here only for one specific job - to build a bootable disc or USB drive for you to use when you need to recover various content that has been lost because of various reasons. With Bootable Media Builder, it only takes a few minutes to turn your flash drive or a blank disc into a powerful recovery tool.
Bootable Media Builder was reviewed by Alexandru Pintilie
Last updated on November 20th, 2013