DDriveWrite is a C#.Net project that facilitates direct reading and writing of a disk image to a disk drive in a manner not unlike a *nix 'dd' command to a drive device node.

Designed for use in bootable USB image applications.

Update: After about 2 years I've finally made a couple small updates, improving usability on more modern versions of windows.

Features

  • Read and Write Imaging of drives
  • Zeroing out of drives and file systems.

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Categories

Archiving, Backup

License

BSD License

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  • On a Windows 7 Dell XPS8100 PC downloaded DDriveWrite into a folder. Tried to execute/install it and nothing seems to happen. Changed Compatibility settings to run as Windows XP SP3 and as administrator, same results nothing happened. Hope you have better results.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

by End-User Class

User Interface

.NET/Mono

Programming Language

C#

Registered

2011-09-29