Recovery of compressed *.rar archives after accidental deletion using Hetman Software.
Recovering Data After a Blackout
Let’s see what may happen to your files if the power goes off. Consequences of a power surge or blackout can be really sad for your data.
Power surges, blackouts and brownouts caused many troubles to computer users. Let’s face it: not every computer in the world is equipped with a battery pack or a UPS. The consequences of a power surge or blackout can be severe for your information. Let’s see what can happen to your file if the power is suddenly lost.
with Signature Search
Read this article to find out how signature search works in data recovery tools allowing you to save information even from formatted, damaged and inaccessible disks.
Signature search is a major data recovery technology that revolutionized the entire recovery market. Products using signature search can do things that appear magic. Tool employing signature search can undelete files deleted a long time ago, recover data from formatted and repartitioned hard drives, and extract information from disks with damaged or missing file systems.
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.
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.