Data Operations - Custom Tab

Data Operations - Custom Tab

Postby EagleTech » Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:19 am

Any chance for a custom (whatever you want to call it) tab under Data Operations that we can assign 3rd party tools to?
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Re: Data Operations - Custom Tab

Postby Nick » Fri Mar 21, 2014 1:49 pm

Hmm... Chances aren't bad. What would you put there specifically?
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Re: Data Operations - Custom Tab

Postby Xander » Sat Mar 22, 2014 12:12 pm

* List installed apps (ideally saved to desktop before migration so user and tech have a full list of what might need reinstalled)
* My idea about logging apps on old system and Niniting them onto the new one pre-migration so that things like browser profiles, WLM, etc are in place right off the bat.
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Re: Data Operations - Custom Tab

Postby EagleTech » Fri Jun 27, 2014 10:30 am

A place to put data transfer/recovery programs other that Fab's. Unstoppable Copier, standard undelete app(s) of choice, etc.
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Re: Data Operations - Custom Tab

Postby xide » Fri Jun 27, 2014 12:39 pm

I like those ideas.....I would like the ability to switch the current tabs around also since I now have fabs, so i see that one first when i go to data operations. or even switch to see the new suggested tab first.
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Re: Data Operations - Custom Tab

Postby Gator Tech » Mon Feb 23, 2015 3:11 pm

Hey guys this got my attention here as I had a job that I was not able to use D7ii on but had two programs that did the trick. Hirens boot CD 10 ( Don't hold me to that version) has two really cool programs for data recovery. Minitools Partition Wizard and another tool, Power Data Recovery. Using D7ii on a thumb drive, you should be albe to used these two programs and a second USB hard drive to recover lost data and/or correct partion information that malware has misidentified or mangeled up. I am up to my ass in Aligators down here in the swamp, so If someone could app these and put them in the data operations tab I'd be very greatful!
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