With DiskSpy Free Edition you will be able to build a bootable program floppy disk with this software package by doing the following: extract the files of the package into a directory of your choice and use INSTALL.EXE to create a bootable floppy disk.
Insert the floppy disk or CD with the program on it into a bootable drive and restart the computer. The program will then be loaded from floppy disk automatically.
DiskSpy – access your hard disk on a physical level and view or edit areas usually hidden from you.
DiskSpy enables you to view every sector of any installed hard disk drive. It is irrelevant if these sectors are bootsectors, partition tables, file system entries or simple data files.
Also, areas protected by the operating system are accessible, since DiskSpy is completely operating-system-independent.
The Free Edition of DiskSpy allows to display every sector of any installed IDE harddisk. Various display modes allow a better overview of the saved data, e.g. a FAT table can easily be read in the doubleword view, where the file sizes, timestamp of last changes and the corresponding sector numbers are displayed.
You also can switch the ASCII display to a full 8-bit-display, which shows all control characters as well as the extended ASCII characters in plain text. These characters are usually displayed as a dot to minimize distractions when reading the sector.
Besides the always visible short info DiskSpy can show extended information about the installed hard disk drives. Besides information like capacity, heads, sectors and cylinders it shows available DMA, UltraDMA and PIO modes also cache size and serial numbers of a hard disk.
Here are some key features of “DiskSpy”:
■ Display of every sector of any installed hard disk drives
■ Search for ASCII character strings
■ Vertical and horizontal scrolling
■ Byte-, word- and doubleword-views
■ 7- and 8-bit-view on the ASCII display
■ Detailled display of capabilities of the installed hard disk drives
■ PC 486 or higher, 4 MB RAM, VGA
■ bootable floppy drive or CD-ROM
■ IDE harddisk controller
■ optional: SCSI controller (Pro SCSI Edition)







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Note that this is a freeware version of DiskSpy. It includes the following functionality:
■ view all or specified parts of every sector of the hard disk drives
■ show every available byte (Single Byte View)
■ show every available word (Word View)
■ show every available doubleword (Double Word View)
■ show all or specified ASCII character strings (Search)
■ show all or specified control characters (ASCII Display)
■ show file size, timestamp of last changes and corresponding sector numbers (ASCII Display)
■ show available modes of the hard disk drives (Multi View Mode)
■ show available DMA, UltraDMA and PIO modes (Hard Disk Controller)
■ show cache size of the hard disk drives (Hard Disk Controller)
■ show serial number of the hard disk drives (Hard Disk Controller)
The program is developed by Erwin Andreas, Wiesbaden, Germany and the author can be contacted directly at:
e-mail: disk_spy@hotmail.com
The program has the source code and can be downloaded in.zip format, it is a combination of the program and some documentation for the program.
Erwin Andreas was also the author of the program CompactPCI. To find out more about this program, click here:

See also the compactpci.zip on the download page.
You can find a list of supported systems for DiskSpy on the site DiskSpy.org
The authors of this site are:
– Patrick E. Cloppem
– Ulrich Weigand
– Michael Wiedemann
– Etienne Yvette
– Thomas Krause
– Markus Münch
– Gunther Eichenseer
– Günther Burkhardt
– Jörg-Christian Wunderlich
– Rainer Brugger
– Jochen Schlamminger
– Stefan Kottwitz
– Patrick E. Cloppem
DiskSpy 1.01 September 2006:
What’s new?
– bugfix: searching for files was broken in 1.0, fixed now
– added: HardDiskStatus.php script to show capacity, heads, sectors and cylinders on the directory name on the floppy disk
– new:

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Windows PC, Partition:
Windows 95, 98, ME, NT/2000, NT/XP, 2000/XP/2003, Vista, Vista/2008, Vista/2008/R2, Win7, Win7/R2, Win8, Win8/R2, Win10, Win10/R2, Win8 R2 and Win10 R2
Windows NT, Win9x, WinME, Win98SE, WinXP, Vista, Win2K, Win2K3, Win2K8, Win2K8R2, Win2K10, Win7, Win7/R2, Win8, Win8/R2, Win10, Win10/R2, Win8 R2 and Win10 R2
No known incompatibilities
Originally created for backing up and restoring boot partitions, MDADM (and thus DiskSpy) has recently proven itself to be a powerful disk-management tool.
MDADM was designed to be a more “powerful” alternative to MBR-based disk-management tools such as MSD (MS-DOS), the Windows 95/98/Me Disk Administrator and the Windows NT/2000/XP disk-management tool Disk Manager.
Originally released in 1994, MDADM was written by Mark Heinrich and first provided the tool with native DOS support. At the time of the original release, Windows for Workgroups was only an experimental project.
MDADM was designed to be a more “powerful” alternative to MBR-based disk-management tools such as MSD (MS-DOS), the Windows 95/98/Me Disk Administrator and the Windows NT/2000/XP disk-management tool Disk Manager.
MDADM was first developed for DOS 3.3, Windows 95, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 95/98/NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Vista.
Today, MDADM is compatible with 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows.
MDADM can be downloaded from:

MDADM: Microsoft Disk Administrator for Windows 95, 98, NT 4.0, 2000, XP and Vista

Manage Hard Disk Partitions on Windows 95/98/ME, NT/2000/XP, Vista, Vista/2008, Win7, Win7/R

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is a disk-accessing software package for the PC.
It allows you to look at your disk on a
physical level, as if you have it in
your hands.
If you know this, then what is the
advantage of a program like this? For
example, if you have to repartition
your hard disk or if you want to replace
the operating system and want to be
sure that you’ve not lost anything.
DiskSpy will find the partition tables
and file systems of your hard disks
and all other things that are usually
hidden from you. This makes DiskSpy
the ideal software to find the
exact place on a disk, in which you
want to install or upgrade an
DiskSpy also allows you to look at
hard disks as if you had them in your
hands. It is not very convenient to
look at a disk on a table with a light
on it, but this is the only way. To
look at disks on a table you need a
lamp or some sort of lighting
because you cannot read a disk
clearly with a light on it.
DiskSpy can be of particular
advantage to people who have no
experience in the field of disk
formatting. For people with more
experience, DiskSpy is still useful,
because of all the options to search
for ASCII strings.
Another advantage of DiskSpy is that
it is easy to use and it is a completely
self-standing software, which means
that you don’t need any additional
hardware, but on the other hand, you
don’t need any operating system to
run it either. Because of this, you can
install it just to look at your disks
as if they were in your hands, while
using a running operating system on
your PC. And because of the operating
system independent architecture, you
can use DiskSpy on PCs with any
operating system and also with PCs
without an operating system.
Why use DiskSpy?
■ Partition table of a harddisk can be
found easily and without risk.
■ Directory structures of a FAT file system,
which is a standard file system for DOS
and Windows, can be found easily.
■ File system of a floppy disk can be found
easily without reformatting the

What’s New in the?

Diskspy is a powerful and fast disk-manager for DOS/Windows. The program opens almost every file created on a hard disk. And the available files can be viewed with a true-color text-browser or directly edited. A special area on every disk, the DiskSpy-area, allows to access the disk directly without entering or exiting a directory.
Diskspy is a true disk-manager for DOS and Windows, supporting even Windows for Workgroups and Windows NT. Other differences to other disk-managers:
* Commands are “macro-compatible” with other DOS-disk-managers, this is especially useful if you use other disk-managers for Windows and Windows NT.
* Diskspy supports more than 512 different file systems, including Windows. It can support a broad range of operating systems, since it always checks the filesystem-format in order to display the files correctly.
* Diskspy supports all data/paging/logical structure as available for DOS and Windows.
* Diskspy supports the “internal” formatting of hard disks without using special extensions like “Z” or “H”. You can even get this support when you “format” a disk.
* Diskspy is a fast disk-manager which can even open two disks simultaneously. It supports the accessing of all sectors.
* Diskspy supports the S.M.A.R.T. technology (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) of hard disks.

What’s new in version 2.0:
■ New file formats – enhanced extensions for Win95, DOS and Windows NT
■ DOS-bootable version – Access the disk from a bootable DOS diskette
■ Integrated writeable-storage for all versions – Access the disk as a file and back it up with DiskSpy to the hard disk
■ Much more – DiskSpy even can create a bootable DOS diskette for you

“DiskSpy Pro” (DiskSpy is a registered trademark)

What’s new in version 2.0.1:
■ Integration in Windows 2000 Professional, Windows 2000 Service Pack 2 and Windows NT 4.0 and higher
■ Enhanced access to files – DiskSpy even can open the disks even without installation of DOS-disk-managers
■ Improved user interface – Now two tabs in the display
■ All features are working now – even the enhanced modes of “DiskSpy Pro” are working

Diskspy – Access the Hard Disk on a Physical Level
Diskspy opens up every sector of your hard disks. You will have direct access to the contents of the file systems and also to the logical structure. The list of the files and the filesize, timestamp of the last changes

System Requirements:

Windows 10 with required components installed:
Minimum Requirements:
Windows 10 64-bit, with required components installed
Target Requirements:
This app will work on all devices with a minimum version of Windows 10, even the HoloLens, with the following requirements:
Windows 10 1703 1607 1903 (1607) or later
At least one web browser (IE or Edge)
A touch screen
A Bluetooth keyboard
A Bluetooth mouse
A free USB port (the computer needs to have USB ports)


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