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UBCD 5.0b5 DOS Program Plug-ins

Posted: Wed Sep 03, 2008 9:35 am
by as702
Testdisk/Photorec 6.10 for DOS
...a powerful free data recovery software designed to help recover lost partitions and/or make non-booting disks bootable again when these symptoms are caused by faulty software, certain types of viruses or human error.
Download Plug-in: Testdisk/Photorec 6.10 (599.16 Kb)

Active NTFS Reader 1.02
* Displays complete physical and logical drive information
* Supports IDE / ATA / SCSI drives
* Supports large (more than 8GB) Hard Drive
* Supports NTFS, NTFS5 file systems for reading
* Supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32 file systems for data writing
* Supports compressed and fragmented files on NTFS
* Supports partitions created in MS-DOS, Windows XP, 2000, NT, ME, 98, 95
* Displays non-english and long file names
* Ability to preview file(s)/folder(s) before copying
* Supports search by file name or mask
* Disk Viewer displays content of the file in Hex/Text mode
Download Plug-in: NTFS Reader for DOS 1.02 (50.03 Kb)

Avira NTFS4DOS 1.9 (Defrag,Chkdsk & NTFS access)
Homepage: ... sonal.html
NTFS4DOS Repair Utility 1.9 enables the start of the service program used by Windows autochk.exe to check your computer's hard drives for any cross-linked files, mis-stated free space, bad file table entries, bad sectors on the disk surface, or any additional errors with the hard disk drive.

NTFS4DOS Defragment Utility 1.9 is an offline file defragmentation method for defragmenting all files of an NTFS drive. It guarantees that no file is in use during defragmentation.

Avira NTFS4DOS 1.9 enables full read and write access to NTFS drives access to NTFS drives for MS-DOS and other DOS-based operating systems under a new drive letter for applications.
Download Plug-in: Avira NTFS4DOS v1.9 (403.04 Kb)

Posted: Mon Sep 08, 2008 1:15 pm
by as702
Photorec 6.10 for DOS
Testdisk 6.10 for DOS
Active NTFS Reader 1.02
Avira NTFS4DOS Repair Utility 1.9
Avira NTFS4DOS Defragment Utility 1.9
Avira NTFS4DOS 1.9

Re: UBCD 5.0b5 DOS Program Plug-ins

Posted: Sun Nov 17, 2013 4:48 pm
by seanspotatobusiness
The readme text that comes with the ntfs4dos19 plug-in says:

1) Add the program archive(s) to the UBCD ISO (e.g. /ubcd/dosapps/)
2) Amend the contents of UBCD.INI to /ubcd/dosapps/UBCD.INI
3) Amend the contents of custom.cfg to /ubcd/custom.cfg

but I found these instructions unclear, particularly because making a bootable USB flash drive appears to be a departure from the imagined procedure. After a long while searching through files in C:\ubcd-extracted\ubcd\ and on my bootable USB flash drive (I wasn't sure whether I was meant to modify ISO before or after making the bootable USB flash drive) I'm now pretty sure that before is the only way that would make sense, at least when making a CD). Could I propose some alterations that might make it clearer to others?

1) Create the following folder within the ISO (prior to writing to CD or USB): \ubcd\dosapps

2) Transfer the following files from to \ubcd\dosapps

3) Transfer the following file from to \ubcd\custom


I'm not actually sure that that last instruction is correct because the original instruction says custom.cfg, not others.cfg.