Are you looking for a solution to recover data from a hard disk within a network storage system like SAN or NAS? If you need to recover lost data from partitions using such file systems as NTFS, FAT, exFAT, ReFS, HFS+, Ext2/3/4, ReiserFS – try Hetman Partition Recovery. It will quickly scan your disk and display the available data on the screen, so you will only have to select the elements you need and recover them.(more…)
Recovering NTFS Drive Data in Los Angeles
Recovery of compressed and encrypted NTFS partitions with the help of Hetman Software products in Los Angeles.
In today’s article, we will explore the methods to recover data from a computer that doesn’t work, how to take out the hard disk and connect it to another PC, and what data recovery tools to use. If a computer won’t boot, there are either problems with its operating system or with the hardware (some components may be dead). If there are any important files inside the computer, this tutorial will help you get them. In fact, though, no one can guarantee that the data can be recovered.(more…)
A detailed description of best data recovery tools for personal computers: Recuva, Hetman Partition Recovery, EaseUS Data Recovery, UndeletePlus, R-Studio, Ontrack EasyRecovery. An overview of their features and a video coverage. Personal computers and laptops, smartphones and tablets, as well as other computing devices are used worldwide to store important and personal data. With hardware reliability issues being of less concern nowadays, the question of ensuring safety and security of user data is always relevant.(more…)
ReFS or Resilient File System is a new file system based on NTFS code. As any system of the kind, it has both advantages and disadvantages, but the essential fact is that ReFS is meant to address the major issues that NTFS suffers from. It is more resilient to data damage, can handle heavy workloads better and is easily scalable for very big file systems.(more…)
Read this article to learn more about these file systems and how they differ from each other. We will pay special attention to what distinguishes each of these file systems: «NTFS», «FAT», «FAT32» and «exFAT».(more…)