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Repair Word File after Corruption due to Damaged Print Drivers

09th March 2010
Microsoft Word in no doubt is a tremendous word processor, which has been using by everyone be a professional writer, home user, or native computer users. You enjoy working with MS Word until there is no issue with MS Word or the Word document you are wor... Read >
Author: nucconverter

Recovering from Hard Disk Click of Death

11th August 2009
In computing, Click Of Death or COD is the condition when you start receiving unusual clicking sounds from storage media like hard disk drive. If you observe COD with a hard disk, it primarily indicates read/write head failure. Since read/write heads floa... Read >
Author: Serves Best

SATA Hard Drive Failure Error and Recovery

08th August 2009
Hard disk drive is the primary storage media that comes available with different interfaces. One of the primarily used interface is SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) that is known for its quick data transfer rate because of serial signaling tec... Read >
Author: Garry Thomson

Hard Disk Doesn’t Spin Up

18th May 2009
A hard disk is comprised of several disk-shaped platters that rotate rapidly mounted on a shaft. These platters are magnetically coated with a similar material that is used magnetic recording tape. If not exposed to external conditions like temperature, w... Read >
Author: spears

Temperature Changes and Hard Disk Failure

12th May 2009
Hard disk failure occurs when logical or physical malfunction takes place. The logical malfunction happens because of issues like file system corruption, operating system failure, application corruption (like antivirus), malicious software and more. The p... Read >
Author: Simpson

Resolving a SMART hard disk check's error

04th May 2009
The physical reasons for the damage of a laptop hard drive can be heat, water, natural disasters and more. Once the hard drive has been physically corrupted, the data saved in the hard drive becomes inaccessible. In such situations, if no backup is availa... Read >
Author: Serves Best

What to Do When BIOS Does Not Recognize the Hard Drive?

09th January 2009
During POST or Power On Self Test, computer BIOS attempts to get information regarding all of the devices attached to your computer system. After examining the processor and primary memory (RAM), it checks for the devices like hard drive, CD ROM etc and s... Read >
Author: Williamz Jack

How to recover files from corrupted hard drive

24th January 2008
Hard drives are usually reliable devices that store your personal and business information. If your hard drive gets corrupted and important files are deleted, it can create a big problem for you. If your important data are lost and there is no backup syst... Read >
Author: Andrew Watson
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