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Hard Disk Drive Failure Symptoms and Hard Drive Recovery Possibilities

21st September 2009
Hard disk drive is the most significant, yet unreliable component of your computer system. This is a fact that it could fail at any point and cause critical data loss situations. But most of the computer users do not accept this fact and they take it for ... Read >
Author: mnkstllr

Exploring the Common Causes of Hard Disk Failure

16th September 2009
Every now and then, we deal with the pains of a dying hard drive. But do you know the causes of a hard drive failure? Most people who remain unaware of its causes are left scrambling and tinkering with their backup data every time the ticking noise is hea... Read >
Author: Travis

Hard Drive Crash Due to Overheating and Data Recovery

19th August 2009
Overheating is an extremely serious issue for the computers and their hard drives. Heat is a high contributing factor to hard drive crash and data loss. PCB (Printed Circuit Board), disk platters, spindle motor, disk controller and other internal parts of... Read >
Author: Andrew Juan

SATA Hard Drive Failure Error and Recovery

08th August 2009
Hard disk drive is the primary storage media that comes available with different interfaces. One of the primarily used interface is SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) that is known for its quick data transfer rate because of serial signaling tec... Read >
Author: Garry Thomson

SQL Server Database Error 823

20th July 2009
Microsoft SQL Server uses database as the main unit of data storage. A SQL Server database is basically a collection of tables, each having several columns. But at times, operating system errors and hard drive failure like events might prevent you to acce... Read >
Author: Serves Best

Symptoms of Hard Drive Failure and Data Loss

18th May 2009
Knowing the symptoms of the hard drive failure is significant because drive failure is the most common cause of data and information loss on computer systems. If you can recognize the symptoms in advance, you can get prepared for predictable computer syst... Read >
Author: k madhav

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

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

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

SCSI Hard Drives- Failure and Recovery

07th April 2009
SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) is an intelligent interface.It hides the complexity of physical format. Every device attaches to the SCSI bus in a similar manner. SCSI hard drives are faster than the others. These hard drives are often used with se... Read >
Author: Simpson

‘Start Unit Request Failed’ Hard Drive Error and Recovery

04th April 2009
SCSI (Small Computer System Interface) hard drives possess better performance due to their speed in terms of throughput and rpm (rotations per minute) rating. These hard drives are often used with servers, RAID and JBOD arrays and workstations that requir... Read >
Author: k madhav

‘SATA Primary Hard Disk Drive 0 Failure’ Hard Drive Error

02nd April 2009
SATA stands for Serial Advanced Technology Attachment. It is a storage interface that offers standards for connecting a hard drive to the computer system. Also known as Serial ATA, this standard follows serial signaling technology and hence offers fast da... Read >
Author: spears

Hard Drive Failure: Causes & Solutions

26th February 2009
These days, the hard drives are available in capacities like Terabytes (TBs where 1 TB = 1024 GB) and normal speeds go up from 5400 rpm to 7200 rpm for home users and from 10,000 rpm to 15,000 rpm for servers. The features like Perpendicular Recording, NC... Read >
Author: Serves Best
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