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  • chrisstone
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    This is not a port of the Unix utility. It lacks many of the features and is practically useless to anyone looking for "dd".

    Posted 01/05/2014
  • silhouttejames
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    The Disk Utility also known as local Disk Management is a basic management tool used to perform disk-related tasks in your PC. The tasks includes, resizing partitions, extending or shrinking system partition, deleting, creating, and formatting partitions, etc. Such tasks are important to change the partition, formatting, etc, of your hard drive, but for that, first it's important to know how to access Disk Utility in Windows 7.

    Posted 10/29/2013
  • geoffpaulsen
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    WinDD does not work with GPT partitioned drives.

    Posted 08/28/2013
  • damago1
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    It is not a port of UNIX dd at all! All this program can do is to copy ENTIRE disk to another raw disk. No possiblity to copy part, use image file etc.

    Posted 05/15/2013
  • adriandavis
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    simple and straight forward to use

    Posted 02/15/2013
  • kalebhartman
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    Great tool

    Posted 01/21/2013
  • lucasedwards
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    windd is fast and stable

    Posted 12/20/2012
  • elijahgarcia
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    Fast and simple.

    Posted 10/29/2012
  • williamhansen
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    works perfectly.

    Posted 09/16/2012
  • eewanco
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    There is no ability to read or write an image file -- you can only go from disk to disk. Moreover, there is no way to specify length -- the only thing you can do is select a source and destination disk.

    Posted 12/02/2011
  • oid-3020408
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    Well, you should find out for yourself, but I'll stick to the command line version (like the one from chryosome.net), which is way more flexible.

    Posted 08/12/2010
  • oid-2922582
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    This tool has nothing to do with the UNIX dd-command...

    Posted 05/18/2010