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Have a look for AIX UNIX Data Recovery and Apple Data Recovery

12th October 2012
Nowadays, Apple Mac’s OSX is the latest popular trend as an Operating System. Although BSD Unix based, its architecture and hardware are different from other computers and operating systems. When trying to compare laptop’s from Dell or HP and an Apple Mac... Read >
Author: Hardley Thompson

Five Best Free Data Recovery Tools

25th July 2012
Everyone knows that accidental data loss is inevitable. There are several tools available in the market for data recovery, using that you can easily recover your precious data. We are describing five best free data recovery tools for you 1- Restoration... Read >
Author: hdrconline

Causes and resolutions for corrupt partition in Windows XP

05th August 2010
Disk partitioning is referred as the term that is used to divide the hard disk into several (at least two) logically separated storage spaces, called partitions. These partitions are useful in many aspects such as creating separate space for user files an... Read >
Author: k madhav

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

Partition Recovery to Sort Out Master File Table Corruption Issue

26th March 2010
NTFS (New Technology File System) file system is made up of a number of different metadata files, and MFT (Master File Table) is the most significant among them. It is a place where critical information about each file and folder on NTFS file system volum... Read >
Author: k madhav

How to Resolve Unknown Operating System Error in Windows

21st December 2009
Windows Vista boot sequence first involves loading the MBR, followed by the drive boot sector . The boot sector then accesses the Windows Boot Manager to finally load the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) store and complete loading the operating system. If ... Read >
Author: k madhav

Boot Sector Corruption and File Loss Due to Power Off/Shutdown in Windows

03rd September 2009
Sometimes you may face boot sector corruption issues on a Windows NT-based operating system computer, if you've installed the operating system on a FAT file system formatted partition. In such situations, the computer might not start properly, when you tr... Read >
Author: Richard Dawson

How to Resolve Hard Drive Error ‘Non-system disk or disk error’?

08th August 2009
When you start a computer system, the system BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) seeks for the boot sector to boot from. It performs this task by searching the drives in the order that has been specified in CMOS setup. Your system might become unbootable if ... Read >
Author: Serves Best

Unsuccessful Rollback while Upgrading Windows XP to Vista

23rd February 2009
Windows XP and Windows Vista are two workstation edition operating systems which are often compared on the basis of functionality, graphical interface, security architecture, management and networking technologies. Their professional and business and more... Read >
Author: Daniel Jack

Various Types of Computer Viruses

03rd February 2009
There are Different Types of Computer Viruses could be classified in (origin, techniques, types of files they infect, where they hide, the kind of damage they cause, the type of operating system or platform they attack) etc. Let us have a look at them... ... Read >
Author: kuldeepkaur

Error Accessing Boot Sector File

01st May 2008
Boot sector files are responsible for tracing and keeping all the information during boot and if these files get corrupt, lost or damaged, then many problems may arise. You may encounter the following message when you attempt to boot your Windows supporte... Read >
Author: Mark Robin

Dual Boot Windows and Linux: Single and Multiple Hard Drives

22nd November 2005
Copyright 2005 Majella.us The internet is full of technical articles, many of which are way too complicated for the average computer user who just wants to solve a simple problem. If you pay close attention, the internet is also a place where the "guru... Read >
Author: David Picella
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