On this page you find free tools which make use of the open software standards supported by HDDRIVER. More free software can be downloaded on the SCSI Driver page.
DISKUS (German only) is a versatile tool for maintaining FAT16 file systems and mass storage devices (error analysis, data recovery, sector editor, sending of SCSI commands and much more). The archive contains the detailed German manual as a PDF.
DISKUS makes use of the SCSI Driver interface (if available), supports physical sector sizes up to 4096 bytes and 64 bit sector numbers. Therefore DISKUS can access all sectors of media with a capacity of more than 2 TiB. With the appropriate SCSI Driver access to any hardware interface (ACSI, SCSI, IDE/SATA, USB) is possible. With the SCSI Driver for Hatari and ARAnyM one can directly access mass storage devices under Linux.
The open XHDI standard supports applications with accessing mass storage devices. HDDRIVER fully supports the latest version XHDI 1.30. The XHDI specification is also available online as a hypertext.
HDDRIVER maps XHDI major device IDs to their corresponding SCSI Driver bus IDs by dividing the major device ID by 8. This results in 8 XHDI major device IDs per SCSI Driver bus.
XHDI_MON logs XHDI calls. The sources are available on GitHub.