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Disk Editor

Disk editor allows you to view and edit disk objects such as sectors, files and other file system and disk structures in hexadecimal and formatted (structured) modes including the use of Custom Templates to parse data.

Read the warning on this link before applying changes to a disk.

Select Object:

Select View Mode (Template): menu Mode.

Enable Edit Mode: menu Edit - Edit Mode [Ctrl+E].
NTFS file editing is supported in RAW mode only.

Apply Changes: menu Disk - Apply Changes [Ctrl+W].

Use the menu Tools for additional functions:
  • Copy sectors... to write the selection or the entire object to a file.
  • Fill sectors... to fill sectors with a pattern.
  • Search string to search string in the selected object.
  • Search spec. sector to find some data structure on a disk.

Yellow text color in the Disk Editor indicates modified but not written data.
Grayed text color indicates unused data (unused part of the cluster, unused entry, etc.).
Green data color indicates I/O errors while reading corresponding sector.
Red text color indicates logical errors in the data.