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Basics of Thumb Drive Recovery and Compact Flash Card Recovery

12th October 2012
We are living in a world surrounded by technology so use of computer and digital data is normal. However, there are many critical situations when we are dealing with digital data and recovery is vital. Today, we will discuss the basics of thumb drive reco... Read >
Author: Hardley Thompson

Windows XP Recovery Disk A Great Protector In Problematic Situations

10th August 2011
Windows XP operating system might be old, but it is one of the best operating systems from Microsoft. The operating system integrates system recovery features and let the user to create the re-installation and recovery disks for Windows XP. Here you will ... Read >
Author: Crieg Wilson

How to recover BKF data when Catalog files are missing

31st January 2011
The backup data maintained by the user is quite useful in case of disastrous data loss event. Backup is the vital method using which one can help in retaining original user data and make the situation less troublesome. Now, the prime use of backup is to r... Read >
Author: Hale Robust

'The backed up data is corrupt or incomplete' Error Restoring from BKF File

16th October 2009
NTBackup is a built-in Windows backup utility. It is a command line tool included in Windows NT and later versions including Windows 2000, XP and 2003. The files thus backed up can be stored to an external storage media, such as Zip drives, floppy disks a... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

NTBackup Drive Verify Reports 8009 Errors

23rd September 2009
NTBackup.exe is a built-in command-line Windows backup utility. The tool empowers you to perform backups on an external storage media in proprietary backup file format- BKF. To verify if backup job is successfully completed without any errors, you are rec... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

'Security Accounts Manager ' : What to do if it fails

21st September 2009
A Windows registry component stored as a database known as Security Accounts Manager or SAM is used to store users' passwords in hashed format. In case, the file gets deleted , the results can be dangerous as unwanted programs can log into your system acc... Read >
Author: mnkstllr

The BKF File Can not be Restored on Windows 2003 Server

19th July 2009
Creating and maintaining backup of your critical data is the most critical step towards safeguarding your data. For this purpose, Microsoft Windows includes a data backup utility, known as NTBackup. NTBackup tool creates backup in the form of BKF file on ... Read >
Author: Naveen Kadian

SAM Failed to Initialize in Windows

25th March 2009
Windows 2000 and later versions use a database to store user's passwords called Security Accounts Manager (SAM). The database is saved as a registry file. Adding to some levels of protection to stored passwords, this database uses hash format. Now since i... Read >
Author: Tyler Jose
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