What is an ECM file? ECM is an acronym for Error Code Modeler. Files that contain the.ecm file extension normally store modified disk image copies.
User's commonly use this file format to create back-up copies of their computer hard drive's contents. Unlike many disk image formats, the ECM file format allows for better file compression than the typical archive file format. This saves on disk and drive space when copying a hard drive into the ECM file format. The Cmpro software application has also been known to use the.ecm file suffix.
A guide how to decompress files that are ECM or commonly known as unecm. Includes a tool and step by step instructions. In the case that your ECM file doesn't open, it is highly likely that you do not have the correct software application installed on your PC to view or edit ECM file extensions. If your PC opens the ECM file, but it's the wrong application, you'll need to change your Windows registry file association settings.