No actual need to guess
Spotmau Corporation was established in April, 2006 which is a company of Wondershare Software Co., Ltd. Spotmau has quickly become the market leader both in software utilities developer and a computer service company. It has been awarded a Certificate of CMMI CL3. A long term and stable cooperation relationship with many leading companies has been established, such as Google, Microsoft, Intel, Digital River, etc.
Established in 2003 and located in Shenzhen, adjacent to the international financial and trade center Hong Kong, Wondershare has extended its business worldwide, consistently dedicated to satisfy customers with diversified consumer software products and services.
To be the largest listed consumer software export company in China within 3 years.
To be a worldwide well-known consumer software developer and publisher within 5 years.
I find preoccuppying
that there is a "USB burner" app and that - if successful - will pop-up with "Burning Succeeded!"
Poor little USB thingy
I guess they should invest a little bit in native English translators, though they seem to have a much better than average
"chinglish", still there are problems
Boot Sector Recovery
A partition boot sector (also known as a volume boot sector or a volume boot record) is a type of boot sector, stored in a disc volume on a hard disk, floppy disk, or similar data storage device, that contains code for booting programs (usually, but not necessarily, operating systems) stored in other parts of the volume. On non-partitioned storage devices, it is the first sector of the device. On partitioned devices, it is the first sector of an individual partition on the device, with the first sector of the entire device instead being a master boot record (MBR).
The code in partition boot records is invoked either directly by the machine's firmware or indirectly by an MBR or a boot manager.
Invoking a DBR via a boot manager is known as chain loading. Some dual boot systems, such as NTLDR (the boot loader for all releases of Microsoft's Windows NT-derived operating systems up to and including Windows XP and Windows Server 2003), take copies of the bootstrap code that individual operating systems install into a single partition's DBR and store them in disc files, loading the relevant DBR content from file after the boot loader has asked the user which operating system to bootstrap. In Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and newer versions, NTLDR was replaced; the boot loader functionality is instead provided by two new components: winload.exe and the Windows Boot Manager.) In certain file system formats, in addition to bootstrap code the DBR contains a BIOS parameter block that specifies the location and layout of the principal on-disc data structures for the file system.
Note: All the partition in the hard disk will be updated with BOOTMGR compatible bootcode.
is a completely new and clearly unexplained acronym. (probably Drive Boot Record
...they already owe me twenty bucks!
All in all is nothing but a PE 3.x - probably ERD derived - with a graphical shell and a simplified set of utilities:
Here is a main feature list about LiveBootTM 2012:
- Complete Windows Problem Solution Center
- Windows boot file recover utility
- Partition boot sector recovery utility
- MBR/DPT/Registry restore tools
- Dos command and Windows Recovery Console Tools
- Registry Edit Utility
- Windows Backup Utility
- Windows Product Key find utility
- Recover the deleted file(s)
- Recover data from the formatted partition/disk
- Recover data from the raw disk
- Clone partition from one partition to another partition
- Clone the whole disk for upgrading or replacing new hard disk
- Resize/Move partition easily
- Wipe a partition for cleaning reinstall Windows
- Wipe your hard disk for discarding or donating the hard disk
- Clear Windows Admin/User password easily
(please note how presumably the DBR
has become a DPT
in the list of features.... that will make another 20 bucks