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Significance to hire Philadelphia Data Recovery and Puerto Rico Data Recovery

12th October 2012
Data recovery becomes more critical day by day, as the data collected in the information age increase constantly. If you are living in Philadelphia or Puerto Rico and whether you are looking for recovering data from your laptop, computer or even a smart p... Read >
Author: Hardley Thompson

Ways to Recover Deleted Dynamic NTFS File System Volumes

15th June 2010
Microsoft Windows operating system enables you to create dynamic disks to take advantages of the features, which are not provided by basic disks. These features include- ability to create mirrored volumes (fault tolerant volumes) and ability to create str... Read >
Author: Garry Thomson

Stop Error Message Interrupts Windows Partition Extending Process

09th June 2010
Microsoft Windows 2003 Server is a popular and advanced server operating system by Microsoft Windows. It includes a wide range of features, which make it more reliable, stable, and business-oriented. One such feature is to facilitate partition extending. ... Read >
Author: k madhav

Cannot Delete File from NTFS Volume After File System Structure Corruption

30th March 2010
Are you unable to delete a file from your Windows hard drive? Are you facing file system structure corruption errors while trying to boot your Windows-based computer? This behavior may occur due to corrupt, missing, or inaccessible hard drive data structu... Read >
Author: jacobluis

How to deal with úSTOP 0x000000A5 in Windows XP

23rd November 2009
STOP error message occur when Windows encounters a problem from which it cannot recover. This causes the system to shutdown to prevent damage. Occurrence of the STOP error message is common during system shutdown. When a STOP error message appears on the ... Read >
Author: k madhav

Hard Drive Crash Due to Overheating and Data Recovery

19th August 2009
Overheating is an extremely serious issue for the computers and their hard drives. Heat is a high contributing factor to hard drive crash and data loss. PCB (Printed Circuit Board), disk platters, spindle motor, disk controller and other internal parts of... Read >
Author: Andrew Juan

Data Recovery from Journaled Mac File System

05th June 2009
The journaling file system is the fault-resilient file system, which ensures data integrity since the updates to bitmaps and directories are continuously written to a sequential log on hard drive before updating the original disk log. This feature protect... Read >
Author: Simpson

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

Hard Drive Failure: Causes & Solutions

26th February 2009
These days, the hard drives are available in capacities like Terabytes (TBs where 1 TB = 1024 GB) and normal speeds go up from 5400 rpm to 7200 rpm for home users and from 10,000 rpm to 15,000 rpm for servers. The features like Perpendicular Recording, NC... Read >
Author: Serves Best

Time Machine Backups are Not Visible

11th April 2008
Time Machine is a backup tool developed by Apple Inc that is included in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. Like other backup utilities, Time Machine creates incremental backup of files that can be restored later. It allows the users to then restore a single file, mu... Read >
Author: Jerry Tim

Excel Keeps crashing

02nd April 2008
Microsoft Excel is a most popular and widely used spreadsheet program. It is a component of Microsoft Office package. It consists of computation and graphing tools, pivot tables and a programming language know as VBA or Visual Basic for Applications. MS E... Read >
Author: Mark Robin

Data Loss and Its Financial Impacts

02nd April 2008
Organizations have always centered on protecting their data from loss due to outside threats. They have centered on each and every external things that can lead to loss of their precious data. However its now time for them to center on data loss from othe... Read >
Author: Jerry Tim
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