Posted on Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 12:04 AM
Sometimes, upgrading of the system to Windows XP results in data loss situations. Like, numerous attempts to start the system remains unsuccessful. Have you ever tried to find out the reason for such behavior. This happens because of corrupt or damaged setup file on hard drive. While upgrade that set up file cannot get overwritten. But with the aid of some appropriate measures, such kind of situations can be easily tackled. For good results, you can choose a third party hard drive data recovery tools.
Using a third party tool for hard drive recovery is a best option when all else methods fail.
Consider a realistic situation. When you make an attempt to upgrade your system to Windows XP. It fails and any of the below listed error message appears on the screen that looks exactly same as given below:
“C0000221 (Bad Image Checksum)”
“STOP: C0000221 - Bad Image Checksum in ModuleName”
Posted on Wednesday, January 19, 2011 at 11:03 PM
Though there are many other available storage media, including CD, DVD, pen drive, USB drive etc., hard drive of a computer is still the prime storage location of your valuable data. Moreover, many users usually use the external/internal hard drives for the long term storage of important data. Where hard drives facilitate storage of large volumes of important data, at the same time, data loss or inaccessibility from the hard drive due to virus attack, accidental deletion, operating system crash or file system corruption etc., results panic among the users. Under such situations, you can take the help of any hard drive recovery
software to bring back your valuable data.
Though, there can be a number instances, in which your hard drive data can be lost or become inaccessible, underneath are the most common ones:
Accidental formatting of the hard drive.
Corruption/damage to the file system of the hard drive...
Posted on Wednesday, December 22, 2010 at 2:16 AM
Lot of us are able to install Windows operating system ourselves because of the excellent help documentation made available by Microsoft. However, at times this step can sometimes backfire as the critical files can go missing making the system become inaccessible. A similar problem may occur when you change the file system of primary partition from FAT32 to NTFS. In such cases, you should restore the missing files using Windows XP CD to recover hard disk. If the method does not work, then you should use a third-party hard drive recovery
utility to recover the inaccessible data.
Let us suppose you have a Windows XP system that has FAT file system. You have just converted your FAT file system to NTFS using the “convert drive: /fs:ntfs” command. However, when you start the system after the conversion the system does not start. The following error message is displayed in this case:...