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Diskman is an advanced disk manipulation tool designed to offer a complete solution to those wishing to copy, clone, backup or destroy disks and partitions quickly. Diskman allows many actions that were previously difficult or even impossible to be completed quickly and with a high degree of safety. Diskman includes a powerful command system and script ability that allows an almost limitless number of operations to be performed. If you can think of a task Diskman can probably perform it. Diskman is free for noncommercial use and includes a discussion forum for asking Diskman questions.

Diskman has taken almost three years to evolve to its current state and hopefully Diskman 4 will become the de-facto edition. The latest version features a number of big changes in the way that DM works which follow a large number of suggestions that have been submitted through the website. Diskman 4 is the first version of DM to be publicity 'alpha' tested. This change is designed to ensure that the software is as stable as possible when publicity released.

This manual is targeted at both Diskman novices and those who have experience with previous versions. Diskman is a powerful tool but requires a relatively high degree of technical knowledge to use proficiently and can be used dangerously by inexperienced users. This manual hopefully will explain things logically but I do not make any apologies for not giving a lesson in disk fundamentals. You should not use Diskman unless you are familiar with terms such as FDISK, FORMAT, Partition and FAT32. Users of Diskman should also be familiar with Hexadecimal number notation and the conversion from Hexadecimal to Decimal.
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