ERD Commander allows xcopy, move, and delete access via NT boot disks

by Wayne Maples [Published on 20 April 2004 / Last Updated on 20 April 2004] have released commercial utility ERD Commander which lets you boot into a console-mode version of NT where you can use familiar commands like xcopy, move and del to access or modify any file on your NTFS and FAT drives, floppy disk and CDROM. If you have ever had a workstation or server with a corrupted kernel file, you know how valuable this utility can be. Useful to Windows NT admin.

ERD Commander Professional Edition provides the same functionality as ERD Commander, but also adds support for striped volumes, password, FAT32 support, and modifying device driver startup configurations in the registry.

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