Kommunikation  (Gerätesuche)


Gerätesuche

Die Gerätesuche erlaubt es IsoBuster so einzustellen, dass nur bestimmte Laufwerkstypen erkannt und aufgelistet werden.

IsoBuster - Kommunikation  (Gerätesuche)

Erkennen und Auflisten von optischen Laufwerken (CD, DVD, BD, HD DVD)

Wenn diese Option gewählt wird, erkennt IsoBuster alle optischen Laufwerke und zeigt diese an. CD, DVD, BD, HD-DVD ROM-Laufwerke sowie Brenner.

Erkennen und Auflisten von sonstigen Laufwerken (Festplatte (HDD), Flash, USB, Floppy etc.)

Wenn diese Option gewählt wird, erkennt IsoBuster alle sonstigen (nicht optischen) Laufwerke. IsoBuster benutzt zwei verschiedene Methoden um optische Laufwerke und andere Geräte zu erkennen.
Laufwerke / Medien werden wie folgt erkannt: Festplatten, USB/Flash Speicherkarten und Laufwerke, Jaz, Zip, Click, Diskette (Floppy), ... Laufwerke and Disketten.

Include logical floppy and diskette drives

Floppy and Diskette drives are not enumerated in the Windows system as "Physical" drives.  They can only be found via drive letter scanning and are hence found as "Logical" drives.

Include logical fixed and removable drives

Aside from the "Physical" drives, IsoBuster can also look for all "Logical" drives, by scanning the drive letters.  This gives access on a higher level and is limited per volume/partition/file-system.  Interfacing on a higher level means that underlying drivers can change or influence the data before IsBuster gets it.  For instance in case of encrypted volumes, the drivers can do decryption before IsoBuster gets the data.

Include RAM drives

Include "Logical" drives that exist only in memory, via Windows or other drivers, and have the properties of a so called RAM drives.

Include Optical (MO, PD, ..) drives

Includes normal optical drives such as CD and DVD drives as well but they will be accessed in a different way than optical drives via the first option.  
Only enable if your optical drives do in fact support magneto optical formats.  For 99% of the drives that won't be the case and even then is it only relevant for special cartridges and not regular CD, DVD, BD discs.
So with this option enabled (and with the very first option enabled as well) you will see your optical drives twice in the list.  The top one accessed via low level SCSI commands, the bottom one accessed like a HDD or USB stick.
For instance, using this method, only the active session will be seen (not all sessions), it won't work for audio or special formats such as CD-i etc.
For normal CDs and DVDs, option one is a far better option but if you are dealing with combi drives that also do magneto optic formats such as MO and PD it makes sense to also enable this option.
The drive enumerated via this method will be able to access magneto optic discs like a hard drive, and it can deal with sector sizes different from 2048 bytes per block.


Automatic drive add or removal detection

When turned on the program detects if a drive is plugged or unplugged, and updates the list of found devices accordingly.  So no need to restart IsoBuster when, for instance, you insert a USB stick into the system.
Before you recover data from a problematic device that tends to 'disappear' in the system due to its hardware problems, it might be wise to turn this option off, because you don't want this 'removal' to be detected.  You want IsoBuster to hold the results no matter if the device was removed according to the system.


Start Idle, without auto-selecting a drive

When you start IsoBuster and this option is set, no device will automatically be selected (and partially explored).  Only when you actively select a device then will its content be read.  


Einstellungen speichern und beibehalten

Bei Auswählen dieser Checkbox werden die vorgenommenen Einstellungen gespeicht und beim nächsten Start von IsoBuster wiederverwendet.

  • Lesewiederholungs-Einstellungen
  • Remapping Einstellungen
  • Benutzerdefinierte Einstellungen Remapping