FAQs of Disk Image and Disk Wipe Hardware--Data Copy King

1. What are the real-tested speed individual for disk image, disk wipe and disk test? 

Actually disk image speed depends mostly on the health condition and technology the hard drive adopted, such as the Transfer Modes and Protocols of the hard drives. For good hard drive, Data copy king supports UDMA 133 and has a real-tested disk image speed at 6.6GB/min and disk wipe speed at 7.7GB/min; and for SSD, Data Copy King can reach 7.0GB/min for disk image and 8.0GB/min for disk wipe.

2. What interfaces/ports does Data Copy King Support?

Data copy king has build-in SATA and IDE port and will also support USB with our customized USB-IDE adapter. You can copy data from SATA to SATA, SATA to IDE, IDE to IDE, IDE to SATA as well as USB to SATA/IDE or SATA/IDE to USB or USB to USB.

2. What interfaces/ports does Data Copy King Support?

Data copy king has build-in SATA and IDE port and will also support USB with our customized USB-IDE adapter. You can copy data from SATA to SATA, SATA to IDE, IDE to IDE, IDE to SATA as well as USB to SATA/IDE or SATA/IDE to USB or USB to USB.

 

3. How is the ability to image bad sectors? 

Data copy king is able to image detected hard drice with bad sectors much faster than other similar disk imager and we are upgrading Data copy king with more powerful bad sectors handling solution and all customers will get that for free.
When you are performing data recovery, you can consider using Data Copy King to copy the patient hard drive to a good one and then recover data from the good hard drives.

 

4. How can I certify the target hard drive has exactly the same data as in the source one? 

Data Copy King is one sector-by-sector disk image hardware and it adopts UDMA 133 design with on the fly CRC verification, which means only when the data is verified and able to be transferred from the source to target hard drive. Besides, you can consider using big RAR files to copy from the source to target, if you are able to open the RAR correctly in the target drive; it means all data have been verified too.

 

5, Will Data copy king protect the source disks?

Definitely yes, the physical read-only ports of Data Copy King are used to connect the source hard drive and it has write blocker to the source disk. Besides, Data copy king has no back door design and all your data will be protected 100%.

 

6. Can I stop and restart the disk image task from where it was left?

Yes, you can stop or continue the disk image process as you need, the disk imaging process continues from where you stopped it and you can restore all operations according to the info in the log section.
  
7. What is the ability to wipe disk?

Data copy king supports up to 999 rounds of disk wipe and you can set the detailed disk wipe modes each round, it wipes off data on the hard drive permanently without damaging it; meanwhile you can use the sanitized hard drive as a new one.

 

8. Can I image data to two hard disks at the same time?

Data Copy King is designed as one ingenious 1:1 all-in-one disk image hardware and disk wipe hardware with the highest data transfer speed so far.

Note: each time you can only deal with one set of ports, it can be SATA to SATA, SATA to IDE, IDE to IDE, and IDE to SATA individually, but you would better not have the two set of ports work at the same time. If so, the program will not work properly.

 

9. How can I buy Data Copy King?

We accept payment by PayPal, western union and bank transfer; moreover shipment is free.  <<Read more

 

10, How to upgrade Data Copy King and export the logs?

Though Data copy king is a stand-alone disk image hardware and disk wipe hardware independent from pc, it is upgradable and the logs can be exported and printed; moreover this disk image hardware and disk wipe hardware is free to upgrade.  << Read more

 

11. Can Data Copy King only copy or image the data only area?

Till now, Data Copy King can image the data only area by partition.

 

12. How to connect hard drives with the Data Copy King disk image hardware?

There are two groups of ports, they are read-only port and write-only port:
Physical read-only group are used as the source drive ports or test drive ports requiring the data cable and HDD power cable in the same group.
Physical write-only group are used as the target drive ports or erase drive ports requiring the data cable and HDD power cable in the same group. << Read more