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Recovering Important Data from a Clicking Hard Drive

15th March 2012
All the elements of modern hard drives, right down to the torque settings of the screws factor into the overall operation so when a drive is clicking and important data isn't backed up you might want to call somebody more familiar with the problem. Crashe... Read >
Author: Pat Boardman

Get Physical: Caring for your Flash Drives

06th March 2012
We’ve all experienced it at one time or another: our flash drives dying on us. Particularly when vital files are stored in it, you couldn’t help but wrack your brains out trying to think how you could have done things differently and what you could have d... Read >
Author: flashdriverecovery

The Data Loss Disaster

14th October 2011
What are the Facts about Data Loss? I have been in the data recovery business for many years and have read and heard many "facts" covering the causes, costs and trends of data loss recovery. I have also heard of all the best ways to backup data ensurin... Read >
Author: drewford

How A Disaster Recovery Service Provide Business Continuity During Critical Server Failure?

20th July 2011
Computers are paramount to every successful business and the need to have a contingency plan in place should anything happen to your precious data is a necessity. One of the worst possible incidents for a company is a server failure. Unfortunately such a... Read >
Author: Redstor Limited

Read Write Head change Tool to Recover Data from Damaged Read/write Head

26th January 2011
Hard disk is a magnetic disk to store computer data. Hard disk has platters with two read/write heads on each side. These read write heads can not work independently because all heads have single access. If hard disk's read write head touch the surface o... Read >
Author: Sweta mittal

Water damage and data recovery for your iphone 4

06th September 2010
Whenever you store data in your iphone, you always wish to have it there for use in later times. An iphone 4 insurance which is capable of offering you a reliable data recovery would give you the comfort you need. Saving data and pictures in your iphone a... Read >
Author: webinxs10

Worms Removal and Prevention Tips - How to Remove Worm.Siggen.784 Thoroughly

06th August 2010
Worm.Siggen.784 information: Worm.Siggen.784 is one of the most common computer malicious programs, mainly spreading and self-copying by network.Worm.Siggen.784 can slow down your computer by occupying as high as 90% of your CPU or even makes your PC cr... Read >
Author: mollysmith1982

What to do when Outlook Express gets crash or corrupted due to any fault?

29th June 2010
Outlook Express is a default email program for Windows XP family of operating systems. Outlook Express is an e-mail and news client which is included with Internet Explorer from versions 4.0 through version 6.0. Outlook express is most widely used e-mail ... Read >
Author: Arich123

Windows Vista Unbootable Post Autochk.exe File Corruption

29th June 2010
Windows Vista based system requires numerous applications to perform a systematic booting. Corruption in any of these essential applications primarily results in unbootability of the system, further resulting in inaccessibility of the hard drive data. One... Read >
Author: elfinruler

Data Recovery from Solid State Drive (SSD) and Hard Disk Drive (HDD)

07th April 2010
Solid State Drives (SSD) are slowly replacing Hard Disk Drives (HDD)and a suitable example can be placed from the wide range of options we find when we go out to purchase a new laptop computer. These choices are now on desktops as well. Although, the c... Read >
Author: Kiran Bista

How to use Partition Manger to solve Error ''Partition table is bad'

22nd February 2010
MBR (Master Boot Record) partitioning scheme is the most common scheme used in Windows computer systems. This scheme allows at most four primary partitions, one of which can be the extended partition. These primary partitions are defined by corresponding ... Read >
Author: k madhav

Improper Ejection of the iPod May Cause Data Loss

18th February 2010
Are you facing problems while disconnecting or removing your iPod from the computer? Does your iPod stop responding after disconnecting? Does your system not let you eject iPod properly. On disconnecting it improperly, the iPod disk would become inaccessi... Read >
Author: Simpson

How to Resolve 'Memory Stick Error' in Sony DSC-F707 Digital Camera

18th February 2010
Sony DSC-F707 is a Cyber-shot camera with 5 megapixel CCD (Charge-Coupled Device) imager. The camera is a successor of Sony DSC-F505V and has a range of professional features to offer. Sony DSC-F707 features nightshot and nightframe mode, pre-flash meteri... Read >
Author: Fun Anku

How to resolve Windows Error 0x800703ED

18th February 2010
Windows is considered to be a reliable and efficient operating system, but as bugs cannot be always resolved out, a Windows user can observe several types of issues. These issues can be critical enough that might compel you to reinstall Windows and/or ref... Read >
Author: k madhav

How to Solve BCD Corruption in Windows 7

04th February 2010
Windows 7 Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store is a database that contains boot-time configuration data. This is a firmware-independent file and is a replacement of boot.ini file used in Windows operating systems earlier to Windows Vista. Once the file get... Read >
Author: k madhav
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