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:-...
Posted on Wednesday, October 20, 2010 at 2:46 AM
With the advancements in Information Technology and the convenience it provides to us in easing out our tasks, we are slowly relying more on our computer system to carry out sundry tasks. So much so that most of us spend nearly two-thirds of our daily time on the system. That is why when we lose some of our computer data, we feel so very dejected and gloomy. However, that should not how you should react and lose heart. When such things happen, you should look out for the probable backup of that data so that it can be restored in place of the deleted files. However, if that is not possible then you can use a third-party file recovery software to recover the deleted files.
There could be many ways because of which you can lose the Windows data. Some of them are listed here:
Accidentally emptying the Recycle Bin folder
Using 'shift+delete' to delete the files as they by-pass the Recycle Bin folder.
Performing blanket deletion to delete multiple files at once...
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Posted on Saturday, September 18, 2010 at 3:11 AM
It is always recommended to not save your file, or even changes made to a file, on a disk that has very low or little disk space. Generally, a user is prompted by the system to perform a cleanup operation in such a situation. But imagine, you try to save changes made to a document, and receive an error. Followed by this, you close the application and suddenly, you find that the file in question has been deleted from the disk. Now what? All the data that was saved in that file has been lost! Whats worse, it didn't even have a backup. So what to do? Is there any way to get back that file, and all the data saved therein? How to perform file recovery in the absence of a backup?
Let us first understand what causes such a situation to happen, what error message you get and then learn of the ways to combat such a problem!
Consider while working on Microsoft Word 2000 document, when you make certain changes, suddenly you find that the system refuses to carry on with the save operation, while giving you the following error message:...