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Converting Dynamic Disk to Basic Disk to perform Windows Partition Recovery

18th February 2010
When hard drive is partitioned in Microsoft Windows using the Master Boot Record (MBR) partitioning scheme, MBR Records stores primary partition entries in the Partition Table. The number of partitions available on the Hard Drive does not matter as MBR ca... Read >
Author: nucconverter

Resolving OST Error: 'Unable to expand the folder

08th February 2010
When Microsoft Outlook is used in conjunction with an Exchange Server account, it uses an offline folder, called .ost file, to store Outlook data. This file is an exact replica of your mailbox stored on Exchange computer and gives offline access. When Out... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

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

Pst password Recovery - How to Recover Lost PST Password for Outlook 2007?

29th December 2009
Microsoft Outlook 2007 is generally used to store important information, which can be confidential too. For this reason alone, many users who share their computer systems with others need to protect from e-mail intrusion. MS Outlook 2007 facilitates to pr... Read >
Author: Repair Outlook PSt

Error Message “The Process Could Not Execute 'Sp_Replcmds'” Appears – SQL Server Restore is Mu

24th September 2009
SQL Server, a Microsoft generated product, is a data platform leader, a comprehensive data management application and an integrated analysis tool that enables every kind of organization to conveniently manage their mission-critical data information and ru... Read >
Author: unlockerpdf

Windows Unable to Start SQL - Error 10022 Displaying

17th September 2009
There are two basic components of the MS SQL Server and they are the 'data files' and 'transaction log files'. The latter i.e. the transaction log files record uncommitted transactions of the databases. A situation unfortunately possible to arise is of SQ... Read >
Author: Evan Swans

Removing Virus-Infected Messages From Mailbox May Cause EDB file Corruption

10th August 2009
Viruses have become very big threats to our precious and mission critical files, applications, system software and Exchange Server database. In case of Exchange Server database, when the virus infected mail spreads to user's mailbox, it might damage whole... Read >
Author: Esher

Zip Corruption Due to Invalid File Structure

30th July 2009
WinZip is a popular and widely used file compression utility, which compresses files and folder in Zip file format. In order to access data from the Zip file, you need to extract it. But in some cases, like corruption to the Zip file, it can not be extrac... Read >
Author: Sam Joseph

What You Do When BIOS Fails to Detect Hard Drive

18th May 2009
When a computer system is powered up, BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) is the first program (a firmware that is software on hardware) executed by a computer system. The BIOS detects, tests and initializes system devices like hard drives, optical drives, k... Read >
Author: k madhav

Frequent CRC Errors and Hard Drive Recovery

13th April 2009
If CRC errors are common among different files on drive, one of the top reasons could be hard disk failure. A CRC is a mathematical function, embedded in a file that inputs a data stream and outputs a value. By CRC error, we mean to the condition when thi... Read >
Author: spears
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