All Media Fixer 2008: media files recovery

Friday, September 12th, 2008 at 12:31 pm

NewLive Software released a new version of All Media Fixer, a utility that helps restore damaged unplayable media files. This problem usually occurs if a file was damaged, or if its download was not completed properly. All Media Fixer supports such media formats as WMA, WMV, ASF, WM, ASX, AVI ,MP3, MP2, MP1, MPA, MPGA, MPG, MPEG, MPA, DAT, and WAVE. As the developers of the program claim, the percentage of successful media recovery ranges from 82.8% to 97.6%. One of the most notable features of the program’s interface are four cartoon assistants that resemble comic book characters. They guide the user through the process of recovering. Each of them performs its own distinct function: the first regulates the process in general, the second scans the file and checks for errors in it; the third attempts to repair the file, and the fourth manages file structure and suggests data to be replaced.

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2 Responses to “All Media Fixer 2008: media files recovery”

  1. vic Says:

    Great piece of software!

  2. Gurke M. Says:

    Thanks!! I’ll try if it recovers damaged files on my drive