Archive for January, 2009

Recover RAID

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

RAID Recovery – Recover RAID RAID is a redundant array of inexpensive (or independent) disks. These are used to combine at least two disk drives to protect the data stored within from problems. They are by definition fault tolerant, but this does not mean that they are impervious to failure. The redundancy of the data […]

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Recover Photos / Pictures

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

Recover Photos / Pictures Digital images are common today. No longer do people capture the moments of their life on film. These memories are instead deposited onto a memory stick or flash drive. Such devices let the photographer move the images from the camera to a computer where they can be altered, saved, emailed, duplicated, […]

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RAID Failure

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

RAID Recovery – RAID Failure RAID, which stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks is a computer setup using multiple hard drives to achieve not only greater volume capacity, but to increase performance and reliability, as well. But despite the amount of data security that is involved with RAID systems, they are susceptible to failure; […]

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Media Crash

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

Handling Damaged Drives – Fire / Water / Physical Damage If a memory card, drive, or other important piece of media is damaged, a user may think that their work and other precious pieces of information are gone forever. Still, no matter the damage, data recovery is more than possible. The following are some tips […]

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Handling Damaged Drives – Fire / Water / Physical Damage

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

Handling Damaged Drives – Fire / Water / Physical Damage If a memory card, drive, or other important piece of media is damaged, a user may think that their work and other precious pieces of information are gone forever. Still, no matter the damage, data recovery is more than possible. The following are some tips […]

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Hard Drive Failure / Unreadable Disk

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

Hard Drive Failure / Unreadable Disk Symptoms of hardware failure or system file corruption include: • Your computer won’t boot • You receive error messages such as “Hard disk drive failure”, “Hard drive disk not found”, “Boot disk not found” • A secondary drive won’t show up or allow you to see files Here’s what […]

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Memory Cards and Your Data

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

Memory Cards and Your Data Lost, deleted, crashed, corrupted, missing, erased. Sound all too familiar? Losing your data on your memory card is much easier than you think. Error messages such as: “Drive not formatted,” “Drive not detected,” can be frustrating and you can lose important files or even cherished, family photos. Memory cards have […]

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Data Recovery News

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

New York Daily News – Getting the picture back after its gone Digital images seemingly zapped aften can be restored; spending on backup can avert heartache. Its a frightening feeling to find that the vacation pictures that you were so proud of are gone, depriving you or the ability to relive your adventures or share […]

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Getting the picture back after its gone

Posted on January 14th, 2009.

New York Daily News – Getting the picture back after its gone Digital images seemingly zapped aften can be restored; spending on backup can avert heartache. Its a frightening feeling to find that the vacation pictures that you were so proud of are gone, depriving you or the ability to relive your adventures or share […]

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