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When Software Can’t Help: Hard Disk Drives
When data recovery software can’t help you anymore: the signs of your hard disk worn out to the limit.
As manufacturers of software tools for recovering users’ data, we are often presented with cases when our tools could not help. Is there a different tool that could do the job better, or is information truly unrecoverable? In this article we’ll have a look at physically damaged storage devices, review early signs of upcoming failure and give tips on what to do next if your storage device has failed.
RAW Format Support
Read about fixing errors with damaged files that won‘t open after a virus attack, a disk failure or an attempt to recover deleted data.
Although hardware manufacturers report of doubling the size of hard drives and memory cards with amazing regularity, the reliability of these media remains almost the same it has always been. Which means that chances are high that data may be lost due to hardware failures, power interrupts or jumps and errors in the file system. When accidents happen and valuable information is lost, an efficient data recovery tool is what every user needs.
Recovering Deleted Documents,
Spreadsheets and Presentation
Read about the causes of losing office documents, electronic tables and presentations, and how to recover the most valuable stuff you used to have.
Office documents are among the most important files for any computer user. Accidentally deleting or otherwise losing a single document may require days or even weeks of work to re-create. Yet unsuspecting computer users around the world are losing hundreds of documents every day. Why does this happen, and what can be done about it? Let’s try to find out.
Organizing and Displaying
Your Photo Albums
Read this article to know how to store photo archives properly: pros and cons of social media, online albums and image hosting services.
You’ve shot hundreds or thousands of pictures. Now what? You’ll probably want to get them organized, and will most probably want to share some of them with others. Depending on your goals, you may want to look for the right solution among the two big categories.