Diskcopy

Diskcopy

A DOS and OS/2 utility that was used to copy entire floppy disks track by track.
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With priceless information or high-risk data, DiskCopy copies data from the problem disk, sector by sector, to a new disk, creating a complete clone of the original drive.
In addition, its diskcopy command duplicates all hidden files and fragments on a disk.
Windows 95 disks are Distribution Media Format (DMF) disks and are not compatible with the MS-DOS COPY and DISKCOPY commands.
MIS managers can use InstantRecovery's DiskCopy feature to ensure that multiple computer systems have a consistent software installation and configuration.