Posted on Thursday, April 14, 2011 at 11:16 PM
Windows operating systems allow creation of multiple user accounts. A user profile defines a separate working area or environment for a particular user. It contains desktop settings, network connections, recently used files, Windows application settings etc. Sometimes, when computer faces problem while loading a specific user profile, it opens up a temporary profile for you. This temporary profile holds data and other changes made to your system, till the time you are logged on to this account. As a consequence, you may face data loss immediately after logging off the temporary account. To recover back all your lost data, you need to go for Windows data recovery through a reliable third-party utility.
For instance, when you start your Windows Vista-based computer, you may receive the following error message on your screen:
“Your user profile was not loaded correctly! You have been logged on with a temporary profile.
Posted on Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 12:19 AM
Everyone tries to bid adieu to the very familiar data loss problem. Are we really successful in doing so?
Counting on the number of data loss cases that we have encountered in the past, it is quite apparent that we are never going to get past this problem. No application or operating system is perfect. As a result, they often get associated with several data security issues which further result in serious data loss problems. In such cases, you need a reliable data recovery software that recover back your lost data without compromising on the data integrity and quality.
We should be prepared beforehand for handling any gruesome situation of severe data loss that may happen to us in future. It is often recommended that you should take regular backups of your hard drive data. Some efficient data backup utilities are also available that enable you to back up your important data and perform file data recovery at a later stage using these backups. But some people refrain themselves from maintaining backups of their important files and folders while the other forget to update their backups regularly. If you do not have a habit of backing up your critical data, you can take help of a professional data recovery software...
Posted on Tuesday, January 25, 2011 at 12:19 AM
NTFS partitions differ from other file system partitions in terms of behavior or how they function and the data structures used. NTFS file system introduced many additional features, such as security access control lists (ACLs), file system journaling, etc. It enhanced performance of the system and improved disk space utilization. It supports large partition sizes that make it suitable for use in big multinational organizations. But this file system is prone to corruption. Users have encountered several error messages while using NTFS partitions on their hard disks. There may be several reasons for NTFS file system corruption, such as damaged drivers, damaged portions on your hard disk etc. All these reasons may make your partition data inaccessible and put you in a severe data loss situation. In such cases, you need to go for NTFS partition recovery through a reliable third party utility.
For instance, while using Windows 2000 on your system, you may come across the following error message on your computer screen:...
Posted on Monday, January 24, 2011 at 1:55 AM
What is Physical data loss in a hard drive? It is different from a logical data loss. The latter are problems that can be resolved by data recovery software while physical data loss cannot. Data recovery services are needed for getting back the data from hard drives affected by power surges, flooding of hard drives, fire damages or any incident which affects the magnetic coating of your hard drive's platter. This magnetic coating is the main ingredient which keeps your data intact. The impact of damage to the this coating determines how much of your data is recoverable.
The services of a data recovery expert is needed to bring back your lost data. You should make sure though that the data cannot be recovered by any other means before resorting to the services of the experts. To ensure that that the problem is really a physical one, you can check whether the hard disk works in a different PC or not. The following steps need to be taken for that:-...