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Recovering a Lost Windows Partition

If a Windows partition becomes corrupted, you may still be able to access your files using data recovery.

02 / 05 / 2013 Chris Connor

AutoRecover vs. Data Recovery

When a program crashes before you've saved your work, there may be an auto-recovered version. If not, a data recovery program may help.

01 / 25 / 2013 Patrick Leroy

Lost+Found vs. Data Recovery

In Linux and Unix operating systems, there is a folder at the root called /lost+found. This is a special folder created and used by the system and is used to store bits of data that are “unlinked” from the file system.

12 / 28 / 2012 Andre Barton

Recovering Deleted or Unsaved Documents

Losing work in progress due to user error, power outage, system failure or other issues can be extremely frustrating.

12 / 24 / 2012 Andre Barton

Data Recovery from a Laptop

When hard drives fail on a server or desktop computer, it’s fairly simply to remove the hard disk drive and connect it to a working machine in order to perform a data recovery.

12 / 23 / 2012 Andre Barton

Data Recovery Myths

When courting a data recovery company, there is some misinformation that can be spread that is to the service provider’s advantage.

12 / 12 / 2012 Andre Barton

Secure Delete: How It Prevents Data Recovery

Depending on how heavy your computer use is, it could take a very long time before that space is actually overwritten, meaning that the file you thought you deleted is still lingering around.

11 / 08 / 2012 Mark Wilton

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