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1 TB hard drive recovery software, DOS

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Hello!
My hard drive crashed to the floor.
Disk size 1 terabyte. 1953 million LBA. I scanned the disk using MS-DOS MHDD.
200 million LBA - 1700 million LBA work. Other sectors are bad.
I bought a new working hard drive (1 terabyte). I need to copy sector-by-sector on it 200 million LBA - 1700 million LBA. I need not to read bad sectors. When I try to read bad sectors, the disk freezes.
I searched the Internet for software. All the software that is running under Linux / Windows. These operating systems read bad sectors at boot time and the disk freezes. I can not use these operating systems.
I need software for MS-DOS. The software should work with 1 terabyte disks.
I have programs for DOS, but they work with disks up to 128 GB.
Maybe on Linux / Windows you can turn off disk access at boot time? 
Please tell me such software for DOS.

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2 minutes ago, DangGas said:

Hello!
My hard drive crashed to the floor.
Disk size 1 terabyte. 1953 million LBA. I scanned the disk using MS-DOS MHDD.
200 million LBA - 1700 million LBA work. Other sectors are bad.
I bought a new working hard drive (1 terabyte). I need to copy sector-by-sector on it 200 million LBA - 1700 million LBA. I need not to read bad sectors. When I try to read bad sectors, the disk freezes.
I searched the Internet for software. All the software that is running under Linux / Windows. These operating systems read bad sectors at boot time and the disk freezes. I can not use these operating systems.
I need software for MS-DOS. The software should work with 1 terabyte disks.
I have programs for DOS, but they work with disks up to 128 GB.
Maybe on Linux / Windows you can turn off disk access at boot time? 
Please tell me such software for DOS.

Norton GHOST 2003.

 

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