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Data Recovery When BIOS Does Not Detect Your Hard Drive

09th July 2010
BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is a firmware interface of your computer. It is the very first code that is run by your computer when you power it on. The basic function of System BIOS is to load the operating system into main memory and start it. One op... Read >
Author: elfinruler

How to Solve 'PXE-E61: Media test failure, Check cable.' Error?

04th May 2010
Hard disk boot failure can be due to several reasons, one of the most common being, physical hard disk failure. This article exemplifies hard disk boot failure in PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment). PXE is a boot environment by Intel that allows a workst... Read >
Author: elfinruler

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

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

‘No boot device’ Hard Disk Error and Recovery

12th May 2009
When the computer system starts, it looks for a boot device generally to load an installed operating system. Hard disk is the common boot device used, while in some cases Floppy Disk, USB Flash drive, DVD, CD-ROM etc. are also used. If the system cannot f... Read >
Author: Andrew Juan

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

Hard Disk Platters and Data Recovery

17th April 2009
Hard disk platters are what actually store data in the drive. There are two basic substances, used in overall making of disk platters: substrate (structuring material of platters) and magnetic coating (material retaining actual data in the form of magneti... Read >
Author: Simpson

Symptoms of Hard Disk Failure Resulting into Data Loss

02nd March 2009
There are several informative signs which indicate that your computer hard drive might fail and thus you could lose your important data. These signs include the following: 1 System Boot Failure: When we make some changes to our system configuration lik... Read >
Author: jacobluis
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