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When Software Can Help:
SSD and HDD
Read about must-have conditions to make recovering lost data possible – and most effective.
When experiencing a data loss situation, it is essential to be able to tell whether or not you can fix it yourself. Modern storage media is reliable enough so it’s hard to be damaged beyond repair. More often than not you’ll be doing fine by using a DIY tool of a kind, such as Hetman Partition Recovery manufactured by our company. In some situations, however, it’s better to bring the device to a data recovery lab as soon as possible instead of attempting to recover the data on your own.
Recovering Data From Flash Drives And Memory Cards
Any user can recover any type of files on their own – by just using the right tools for the job. Read more in the article below.
USB flash drives are used to carry files around, while memory cards such as SD, SDHC, Compact Flash or SONY Memory Stick are used in a variety of devices such as cell phones, digital cameras and MP3 players. While these solid-state storage media appear as drive letters in Windows, their principle of operation is very different from hard drives. As a result, they require a different approach to recover information.
Top Ways to Lose Your Data:
In this article, we’ll focus on the most widespread causes of losing data due to lack of user’s attention or knowledge.
This article continues the list of the most common data storage mistakes made by our customers. We keep receiving queries from our clients that describe these very situations, so we were able to assemble a pretty comprehensive statistics about major causes of data loss.
a Toolkit for Administrator
Read about recovering data from damaged disks, saving files with FTP or burning them to CDs: a system administrator’s data recovery kit.
Data recovery tools for home users and small businesses are utterly different from tools intended for the use by system administrators managing networks of multiple PCs. Tools for system administrators will normally offer certain features that would unnecessarily complicate tools intended for the home user market. In this article, we will have a look at one of such tools, and discuss the features aimed at the sysadmin crowd.
Why Data Recovery Comes Handy
Even if You Do RAID and Backups
This article will explain the meaning of the term “fault tolerance”, the extra security RAID systems add, and what backups can and can’t do when it comes to securing valuable information.
Familiarizing oneself with one of the many data recovery tools is an essential step of ensuring data integrity in the long run. Fault-tolerant systems, redundant storage arrays and even scheduled backups often do not mitigate the need of having a data recovery tool. Why is it so? This article looks at what ‘fault tolerance’ means, what kind of additional data safety is provided by RAID arrays, and what backups can and cannot do when it comes to ensuring the integrity of your data.