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Have a look for AIX UNIX Data Recovery and Apple Data Recovery

12th October 2012
Nowadays, Apple Macís OSX is the latest popular trend as an Operating System. Although BSD Unix based, its architecture and hardware are different from other computers and operating systems. When trying to compare laptopís from Dell or HP and an Apple Mac... Read >
Author: Hardley Thompson

Computer Data Recovery

15th February 2012
Have you suffered a loss of vital data from your computer system? In 90% of cases it is possible to retrieve the lost data that is so important to you. Whether your loss is due to a corrupted drive, a drive with bad sectors or an electronic failure on ... Read >
Author: MD5 Forensics

Seven Tips to Protect Laptop Hard Disk

18th April 2011
Computer hard disk is more easily damaged parts, but a considerable part of the reason is improper user. In fact, as long as the daily use of attention to some tips, we can reduce the possibility of faulty hard drives, thus extending their normal life. ... Read >
Author: digital-camera-batteries.ca

SharePoint Recovery After Receiving File Damaged Error

24th November 2010
SharePoint Server, a portal collaboration software is one of the many offerings of Microsoft that enhances sharing and working in large organisations. Knitting the various segments of an organization together, it includes site templates for collaborating,... Read >
Author: elfinruler

The Benefits of a Simple Scanning Tool - Scandisk

30th April 2010
Scandisk is one of the many types of tools for maintenance that can be found in any operating system itself, for example Windows. This application is usually used to check the computer's hard drive for any errors or bad sectors. If it encounters an error ... Read >
Author: Sturat Michael M

How to recover .NRG Files

20th May 2009
A .nrg file is a CD image file format used by Nero Burning ROM, a utility suite made by Nero AG.s. It is an optical disk authoring application for Windows. It uses .NRG CD image file format to create and burn CD/DVD images. .NRG files can also be stored o... Read >
Author: Garry Thomson

Recovering Data after Windows Home Server Failure

18th May 2009
Windows Home Server works as the backend of a home network, providing solutions like automated backup, remote access and file sharing. But, it is not immune to issues like user errors, hard disk defects, corrupt drivers etc. A Windows Home Server based sy... Read >
Author: Serves Best

Frequent CRC Errors and Hard Drive Recovery

13th April 2009
If CRC errors are common among different files on drive, one of the top reasons could be hard disk failure. A CRC is a mathematical function, embedded in a file that inputs a data stream and outputs a value. By CRC error, we mean to the condition when thi... Read >
Author: spears

Windows Partition Recovery: When CHKDSK Fails

30th January 2009
Over time, your Windows hard drive may develop some errors due to a number of reasons. The most frequent causes of hard drive problems are as follows: Improper system shutdown Hard drive fatigue Vir... Read >
Author: Tyler Jose

The Microsoft Jet database engine stopped the process because you and another user are attempting

22nd July 2008
MS Access corruption and the consequences that follow suit are quite known toall of us. Thus it is important to stay on guard and exercise caution while dealing with them. Ascertaining whether an access database has suffered corruption or not is in itself... Read >
Author: spears
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