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Posted on Monday, September 13, 2010 at 9:56 PM
Did you just face crashing of your Microsoft Windows 7 operating system? And are all your files trapped in that system, with you in a mess? No doubt, Windows 7 is an updated version of the ever so robust, and reliable operating system, it has some limitations? With more and more people relying on this great yet economical operating system, no one can deny the offerings of a Windows platform. Yet, no system is infallible, and is prone to some errors. An operating system is nothing but a software, and certainly likely to crash. But with effective Windows data recovery methods, it is possible for a user to recover Windows files, and folders.
To avoid problems follow the below guidelines:
Windows 7 uses high-end configuration. So make sure you have at least:
• 1 GHz processor
• One GB (32 bit) RAM, or Two GB (32 bit) RAM
• 16 GB (32 bit) space, or 20 GB (64 bit)
• And a DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher drive
Make sure your device drivers are updated and compatible with Windows 7...
Posted on Tuesday, September 07, 2010 at 11:13 PM
Despite being the most popularly used system, Windows has not been able to escape the bugs and problems that come bundled with any software package. And the same applies to Windows Vista as well. I encountered a major problem last week, when I tried to boot my system. When all my attempts failed to revive my system and recover my data, I had to use Windows data recovery tools as I did not have backup of all my data saved on my hard drive.
During startup of my Windows Vista system, immediately after the splash screen, there appeared a black screen which had a moving progress bar. Along with this, an error message also flashed:
“A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.
If this is the first time you’ve seen this Stop error screen, restart your computer. If this screen appears again, follow these steps:...
Posted on Friday, September 03, 2010 at 11:36 PM
The Windows Registry store the system configuration settings of the operating system and the applications installed on it. If the registry files get corrupted, then the system fails to recognize the operating components as well as the applications and the whole system becomes inaccessible. Though options are there to repair and replace the registry files, the process is quite complex and tedious. Hence, for faster and safe recovery of the data it is better to opt for any Windows data recovery utility.
While trying to start or restart your computer with Windows XP operating system, the system ceases to boot further. The system displays an error message and hangs during the booting process. As the system fails to boot, the data in the drive remains inaccessible and any Windows data recovery software is a wiser choice to get back your valuable data. The error message can be any of the following:
“Windows XP could not start because the following file is missing or corrupt: \WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\CONFIG\SYSTEM”...
Posted on Thursday, September 02, 2010 at 1:53 AM
Windows is the most popular and widely used operating system now a days. The OS can work with all most all leading applications and software. Hence, it is more prone to errors and sometimes the errors lead to the loss or inaccessibility of valuable data stored in the storage media. In these situations, unavailability of updated backup can be more panic and you need any Windows data recovery utility to recover and restore your data to normalcy.
You are having an ASUS Pro31 Series laptop, where Windows XP professional operating system is installed. While fixing a problem with Microsoft Outlook, you are continuously trying to boot the system in safe mode and suddenly, the system failed to start, flashing an error message on the screen. You may have received any of the following error messages:
“Setup did not find any hard drives installed on your computer ”
“Missing Operating System ”
“Operating system not found”
Posted on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 10:59 PM
If you use Windows XP there would have been numerous times when you were unable to boot the system. I know how that feels because I, too, have found myself in the middle of nowhere in such situations. Such erroneous situation can be caused by various reasons such as virus infections, by selecting inappropriate settings, power outages, corrupted file system, etc.
In such cases, you should find out the exact cause and try to fix the problem. If you are not able to resolve the issue, then you should use a third-party windows data recovery
software to recover Windows files.
Consider a scenario wherein you have a Windows XP system. Of late, when you start the system, it does not boot properly and repeatedly logs on and logs off while displaying the blue screen (Blue Screen of Death).
Following reasons could be responsible for this unwanted situation:
You have enabled the Automatically restart option in the System properties...
Posted on Sunday, July 11, 2010 at 10:36 PM
Although Windows XP is a very popular system, I believe you must have faced lots of startup problems sometime or the other. Such startup problems can appear due to various issues such as virus infections, corrupt file system, boot files missing due to abrupt system shutdown, hardware problems, etc.
If the system is unable to start and remains inaccessible, then you are open to the danger of losing valuable data. In such cases, you should take appropriate steps to resolve the problem so that you can access the system. However, if you are not able to do the needful then you should use a third-party windows data recovery
software to recover Windows files.
There are certain tips that can help you when your system doesn't boot. They are:
Use a Windows startup disk: You should use this when the files that are required to boot the Windows system have got damaged...
Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2010 at 11:16 PM
I am sure you must have faced few situations wherein you would have to format your Windows sytem. But before doing this, you usually safeguard the existing data to another hard drive or transfer it to another system. However, sometimes when you transfer the data into another system, it is unable to recognize the system disk.
Such problems can occur due to incompatible system startup settings, registries or incompatible hardware drivers. In such cases, you should update the Windows system for windows recovery
of data. If you are not able to do so, then you should use a Windows data recovery software to do the needful.
Consider a scenario wherein you have a Windows XP. You want to create a backup of the data on another system. For this, you take out the system disk and attach it to another Windows XP system. However, when you start the system it fails to boot. An error message is displayed, that is:...
Posted on Thursday, July 08, 2010 at 4:13 AM
File system is one of the major components of Windows operating system-based computer and exFAT is the latest file system by Microsoft. The exFAT (Extended File Allocation Table) is an advanced file system from Microsoft for their desktop OS like Microsoft Windows 7 and Microsoft Windows Vista. It also works with Microsoft Windows Server.
You can use exFAT file system where NTFS is not a feasible solution. You can install updates to Microsoft Windows 2003 Server and XP operating systems for adding support fro the exFAT file system. Under some circumstances, you may face strange problems with exFAT file system that may prevent you from accessing data, causing serious data loss. At this point, you have to go for windows data recovery
to get your valuable data recovered...
Posted on Tuesday, June 22, 2010 at 5:09 AM
Windows XP is the most used operating system in the world, let alone Microsoft. It has got the biggest market share and earns maximum revenue for Microsoft. The reasons behind this is that it is easy-to-use, supports almost every hardware component and software application, etc. However, sometimes the Windows XP system too can give problems while starting the system. Such problems can occur due to various reasons such as power outages, using incompatible hardware components, virus infections, abrupt system shutdown, etc.
In such cases, you should resort to using in-house methods to resolve the problem and start the system. If you are not able to find any solution to this problem, then you should use a third-party windows data recovery
software to recover Windows files and other data...
Posted on Monday, June 21, 2010 at 11:34 PM
When you start a Windows XP system, first of all the core files are executed to boot the system. Some of these files are ntldr, boot.ini, ntdetect.com, ntoskrnl.exe, hal.dll, etc. These files are very critical for the well-being of the system. When one or all of these files are missing or get corrupt, then the system starts behaving abnormally. Such cases may arise due to power outages, virus infections, corrupt file system, damaged operating system, etc.
You should use appropriate corrective measures to rectify the problem. If you are not able to provide a solution, then you should use a third-party windows recovery
tool to do this.
Consider a scenario wherein you start Windows XP and you experience the following cases:
The Start button or taskbar is not visible.
Either the blue or black screen or the wallpaper is displayed.
The root cause of such unusual behavior could be any of the following reasons:...