CBD(Copy Bad Disk) can copy files regardless of bad sectors. CBD skips the bad sectors and continue to copy the rest content of the file without stop or hang. During the copying process, you can choose to skip the current file or speed up. CBD generates a log file recording the positions of unreadable bytes of the copied file. As integrated in the context menu of Windows Explorer, using CBD is like ordinary file copying/pasting operations.
Integrated with Explorer, CBD is very easy to use. People can copy bad files in the same way as they copy ordinary files. CBD generates log files recording the positions of all unreadable bytes.
The tool is for users who can not copy files because their hard drives develop bad sectors and the files sit on the bad sectors.