1) Cloning a disk for forensics investigations to an USB SATA 1TB Hard disk Drive
Possible with DiskPatch but slow. Working with USB disks from a DOS environment is however not recommended, unless no other way is possible. USB access depends on the PC/server's USB legacy settings in the BIOS, make sure to test this first (download and install the demo and test if DiskPatch sees the USB disks. If not, try different BIOS USB settings if needed).
2) Cloning a disk from a PC/Server to an USB SATA 1TB Hard disk Drive
Same story. Possible but slow, check access to USB disks first.
1) I have to buy a 1TB USB SATA External Disk Drive, so can you suggest one that yoiu know is compatible with your bootable CD?
Compatibility does not depend on the disk but on the USB enclosure and the PC/server's BIOS USB settings/compatibility. As such i can not recommend a disk because i know nothing about your server setup. You will have to test that yourself, but in theory if a USB key or stick is accessible from DOS (using the DiskPatch boot disk) a USB connected hard disk should present no problems. This is however not cast in stone and you can not hold me to it.
2) Can I integrate in the boot CD a tool for hard disk hash computing? If so, where I can find a a tutorial for this?
Yes you can. We have no tutorial for this but you will simply have to build your own bootable DiskPatch CD (using the diskette image) and then include any tool you wish (add the tool to the diskette image first). Any systems administrator that is good at his job should be able to perform this task. There are no plans at this time to write a tutorial on changing the contents of the boot CD.
If you supply the tool i am willing to create the (custom) bootable cd for you, but that will be a one time service.
3) Can I wipe from the boot CD the USB external disk?
If you can access the USB disk, then yes. Test this first.
4) Can I build a bootable CD with line options parameters already set (ie: forensic option)?
Yes, if you know how to do this. As before, any systems administrator that is good at his job should be able to do this for you. Please note that the Options menu in the Main DiskPatch boot cd menu allows you to choose forensic mode, so it shouldn't be necessary to change that, unless you want to force a forensic run in all situations.