Recovery of Kingston memory cards, external and integrated USB ad SSD drives using Hetman Software tools in Los Angeles.
Can You Recover Data From a Failed SSD?
What happens to data inside your SSD when it becomes dead? Can it be recovered? And after all, how can we recover data from this particular type of disk? These are the questions I will try to address in this article.
Recovering Lost Videos from a Digital Video Camera or Action Camera
Read about recovering photo or video files from a digital camera and possible causes why they can be lost.
A modern digital video camera is a device combining the functions or recording videos and taking digital photographs. However, its main function is recording videos, with photographs being an accompanying option.
Practical Hints on Choosing
Between FAT and NTFS
Read this article to know how to choose a file system properly when formatting a storage device, and which file system is better for a hard disk, USB drive or memory card.
Enough theory! To learn more about the differences between file systems, read the article titled “Choosing the Right File System: FAT and NTFS”. When exactly do I use FAT, and when should I pick NTFS? Naturally, NTFS should be used within the scope of desktop and laptop computers.
How to Lose Digital Photos Fast
In this article, we’ll analyze the most widespread causes of losing photos from cameras, memory cards and smartphones, and find out how to prevent this misfortune.
Offering a popular tool for recovering lost and deleted pictures, we have dozens of customers sharing their stories of lost images every month. With the help of our clients, our customer support team was able to compile the list of situations happening nearly every day. Some of them are hardware related, but most are merely user error or negligence.
from SSD: Myths and Reality
Read about SSD recovery issues: physical destruction of files with TRIM command and when it doesn’t work.
SSD drives are quickly replacing traditional magnetic hard disks. Often used as system disks, SSD drives hold the operating system, application, and all or most user files such as documents, settings, browser favorites, email etc. Having no moving parts, SSD drives are supposedly more reliable than their mechanical counterparts. However, user error, virus attacks and operating system failures present similar issues of data integrity.