Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "virus infection", page 4

Bookmark and Share

Incorrect Configuration of SQL Server 2005 May Lead to Database Corruption

22nd September 2009
Microsoft SQL Server is the most advanced and widely used RDBMS (Relations Database Management System). It stores all of your critical data in MDF (Master Database File), in the form of tables. But in case if the SQL Server gets damaged, it does not allow... Read >
Author: colindolly

Repair Outlook Pst - CRC Errors , Corruption in Pst file

21st September 2009
Repair Pst -In computing, the CRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check) is an error-checking code, which is used by most of the Windows applications including Microsoft Outlook. Generally used CRCs have finite field GF(2). The finite filed generally has two elements,... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

Resolving “Memory Card Locked” Error in Canon PowerShot SD450 Digital Elph

21st September 2009
Canon PowerShot SD450 Digital Elph is an ultra slim and pocket friendly digital camera. Equipped with 5.0 Mega pixel CCD image sensor, this digital camera is capable of capturing exceptional quality images. The digital camera uses Secure Digital (SD) or M... Read >
Author: Simpson

Resolving Error 5171 in SQL Database

17th September 2009
SQL database corruption can occur due to SQL Server malfunctioning, virus infection, improper system shutdown, hardware failure and many more. Once the MS SQL database gets corrupted, the SQL database become inaccessible. In such situations, use you backu... Read >
Author: mark willium

How to Handle Information Store Corruption on Exchange Server in Single Site - EDB Recovery

06th September 2009
Database corruption in Microsoft Exchange Server is a very common occurrence. When it happens, the Information Store is one among the most usually affected components. The corruption takes place in generally in Pub1.edb or Priv1.edb files of Microsoft Exc... Read >
Author: Esher

How to Resolve “Folder could not be displayed” Error in Outlook Express – Recover Outlook Expr

24th August 2009
Microsoft Outlook Express is an email client that come bundled with Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Windows. Outlook Express stores you critical emails, notes, contacts and other personal data in the form of DBX files. A separate DBX file is cre... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

BKF File Corruption When it Exceeds the Size Limit

21st August 2009
NTBackup is the most effective and useful backup application, which come bundled with NT based versions of Microsoft Windows operating system. Backup, which is a duplicate copy of your original data, is considered as the most excellent solution to prevent... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

The BKF File Can not be Restored on Windows 2003 Server

19th July 2009
Creating and maintaining backup of your critical data is the most critical step towards safeguarding your data. For this purpose, Microsoft Windows includes a data backup utility, known as NTBackup. NTBackup tool creates backup in the form of BKF file on ... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

How to recover data after HTFS and EAFS corruption

10th July 2009
SCO (Santa Cruz Operation) Open Server is a UNIX operating system that supports two file systems (HTFS (High Throughput File System) and EAFS (Extended Acer File System)). An HTFS file system is the journaling file system that is primarily used by latest ... Read >
Author: John

Rectifying “Microsoft Access can't represent…” Error Message in MS Access 2000

10th June 2009
Microsoft Access provides you with a powerful query function that allows you to combine the records of two or more tables in an effective manner. Most of the database users create new queries for extracting a particular set of records from multiple tables... Read >
Author: colindolly

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

Interstitial Cystitis - An incurable disease

01st June 2009
Nowadays, several people suffer from interstitial cystitis. This inflammation of urinary bladder is highly chronic and leads to urgent and frequent need to urinate. The infection can also lead to pain in pelvic region. Hence, it needs urgent attention; ot... Read >
Author: Robert Henry

Large DBX file size may corrupt DBX – Outlook Express Recovery

20th May 2009
In Outlook Express, you shouldn't save all your critical data in a only folder, particularly not in the Inbox. Microsoft Outlook Express enables you to make special folders for storing your information. Creating unique folders will also help you in effici... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

Symptoms of Hard Drive Failure and Data Loss

18th May 2009
Knowing the symptoms of the hard drive failure is significant because drive failure is the most common cause of data and information loss on computer systems. If you can recognize the symptoms in advance, you can get prepared for predictable computer syst... Read >
Author: k madhav

Data Recovery after Physical Crash of Database Server

18th May 2009
A database server can be a computer or a computer program running on a database server computer. The server computer processes user requests of various client systems over a network and takes care of all incoming and outgoing data (large number of transac... Read >
Author: Serves Best
Bookmark and Share
1 2 3 4 5