Recovering Data from RAID Server Systems
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

Backup technologies and procedures, however, are not always foolproof. Failure can be a result of improperly implemented procedures, improper functioning of system hardware, software corruption or damage to media. A perfect backup plan relies on perfect harmony between humans, mechanical hardware and software to work properly. All too often data backups find themselves useless when data loss strikes. Companies have been using multi array RAID systems to store their critical data extensively. It is important to know that RAID systems may be fault tolerant but they are also not fault proof. While most commercial RAID implementations can tolerate the loss of a single hard drive, failure of multiple hard drives or any other serious fault necessitates the use of RAID data recovery. With so much mission critical data stored in it there is a huge impact a failed RAID server has on company's core functionality. Thus RAID data recovery for companies is not a mere inconvenience but a huge financial liability and risk. Data on a RAID array system becomes inaccessible due to any of the following reasons: o A faulty RAID controller. o Multiple hard drive crash. o Malfunctioning upgrade or faulty striping. o Defects with the MFT mount…

Difference Between Recovering Corrupted and Deleted Files
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

Data recovery is something that has been gaining importance in recent years, and the reason for this is nothing but the rise in the number of data loss cases. Though data recovery software are almost everywhere on the internet, certain users have not yet been able to understand the exact concept of recovery of data. This has led to people downloading the wrong recovery utility, people trying out free utilities which are of not much use in recovering deleted and lost data. There is another concept which is less understood, and that is related to data loss and data corruption which will be discussed in detail in this article. There is a world of difference when it comes to data loss and data corruption, and this has to be understood properly by the user in order to make data recovery a success. Corruption of a file or a folder basically means that the data present in the file or the folder has been affected partially, or that a part of the file or folder has gone missing, due to many reasons, similar to the ones that cause data loss. Recovery of a corrupted file is extremely difficult and hence a…

Recovering Deleted Or Lost Files
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

Oops! Five minutes after the fatal mistake you are still kicking yourself. How could you have Deleted that file? Do not worry; the same thing has happened to everyone at some point. Computers crash and people make mistakes, both of which make it impossible to access important data. Recovering deleted or lost files is sufficient possible, so it's time to look into some of the options available. Most commonly, people who need to recover their lost or deleted files turn to data recovery software. This software is usually inexpensive, often under $ 100. It is specifically designed so that a novice with little technical expertise can easily operate the programs and get his or her lost data back. Before buying any recovery software program, it's a good idea to research both the company it comes from and the reputation of the software program itself. The company should be a reputable company who has made a positive name for itself in the field of data recovery already. If possible, find a company that specializes in data recovery products only. You can find out about any potential program by just searching online for "[product name] reviews." Most consumer sites allow customers to…

After Lap Band Surgery – Recovery Time of Lap Band Surgery
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

You may be wondering what kind of life you'll be having after a Lap Band surgery. The Lap-Band surgery is actually a new development in the medical field of Bariatrics. Unlike other types of Bariatric surgery, it is non-invasive since it does not re-route any part of your digestive system. It only makes use of a silicone constrictive band placed around the top of your stomach that limits its size, limiting one's food intake. This system gives a feeling of fullness faster, making one eat less food so effectively losing some of the excess weight. During the first two weeks following the procedure, you will not be eating normal foods. Instead, you will be subjected to an all-liquid diet during the first week then followed by pureed foods for at least two weeks. After these diet phases, you will start working your way up from eating soft foods to normal and regular foods again. You may want to avoid some known regular foods that may cause problems for Lap-Band patients. Some of these normal foods include some bread, dried fruits, nuts and coconut, popcorn, fried foods, and pasta. You will be eating smaller amounts of foods as compared to your…

Reinstalling Operating System Will Not Recover Data
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

Here is something that gets my blood running, stupidity from computer techs. I get incense when I hear what a so-called Dell or HP tech personal does with somebody’s data. This is a cardinal sin when a tech reinstalls OS and overwrites data. Not long ago, a customer called me frantically about their data issue. They told me that a Dell tech did a disk recovery on their machine, and their data was gone. I always feel bad for such customers, and I have wanted to do anything in my power to get their data to them at a very minimal cost. I get frustrated by the incompetence of such computer technicians. Trust me, we have tried all software we know, but the data is gone. This is overwritten data, folks. Overwritten data cannot be recovered. I have wanted to write a blog about this for awhile. Now, because I get to hear about a similar issue, I feel that the time is good to warn you guys. I am not by any mean bashing computer techs here. I am in data recovery, so anytime somebody, or a friend has a computer issue, my first instinct is to backup their…

How to Recover Data From a Failed Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

When a hard drive fails with data on it that is not backed up, it can be frustrating. Without the data backed up, it has to be physically recovered from the drive itself which won’t read in your computer in it’s current state. The most common option is to use a paid service that recovers data on the drive. This normally costs at least $1000 for a standard drive with an extra fee per gigabyte of recovered data. This process will work, will take a number of weeks at time, but is generally costly. If the data seriously can’t be replaced this is a good option. There is one trick that some do with a drive that is failing. It’s something that you can use at your own risk and doesn’t actually work all the time. If you can’t afford data recovery services and can’t access the drive, there is nothing to lose. Take the hard drive and put it into a sealed bag like a lunch bag. Take this and put it into the freezer for about 24 hours. Take the drive out and instantly connect it to the computer and try to access the drive. The frozen drive…

5 Easy Steps to Recover Data From a Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

So the worst possible scenario has occurred and you can not access the valuable information on your hard drive or other media storage device. Whether it is due to an electrical shortage, mechanical malfunction, or accidental deletion, the files are gone and days, months, or even years of work are gone. Sometimes, the cost to replace or duplicate these files may cost thousands of hours in time and labor. In the case of photos and pictures, often the files are irreplaceable whether they are family photos, or a special vacation trip. With the advent of the digital age, businesses can also experience data losses that will end up costing hundreds of thousands of dollars if not recovered properly. There are several steps to take in order to make sure that the drive or storage medium has the highest chance of data recovery: Turn off computer or media device, and make sure power is not flowing into the hard drive. Further damage can result if power is applied to the drive, and it is best to reduce any further risk of data loss. Do not run the drive or use any diagnostics tools on the hard drive. Data recovery has the…

Fractional CO2 Laser Recovery: What to Expect
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

The fractional CO2 laser offers many great benefits: it utilizes the gold standard CO2 laser for skin resurfacing and treats the effects of sun damage, facial skin aging, brown spots, skin discoloration and acne scarring. It can provide skin tightening, even out skin skin and color, remove fine lines and wrinkles, and reduce the size of large pores. One of the best things about the fractional CO2 laser: the downtime following the procedure is a fraction of that of the traditional CO2 laser. Why is this? The traditional CO2 laser resurfaces 100 percent of the skin to which it's applied, requires a 2-week healing time, and can cause up to three months of significant redness. With modern computer technology, fractional laser procedures treat only a fraction of the skin. Because bridges of healthy and intact skin remain in between the occupied areas, the downtime is significantly less. The peeling portion of recovery is usually complete in around five days. What can fractional CO2 laser patients expect as far as recovery? Patients can go home immediately after the procedure, and they receive specific instructions about how to take care of their skin. Many patients claim that they incur a sunburn-type feeling…

Restore Deleted Files – Windows XP
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

When we have the ability to restore deleted files, Windows XP is not a problem. It does not matter the age of your operating system at all, because the simple operation of restoring this data is all the same. Still, when searching for a way to restore deleted files, Windows XP users may worry that it may be a more difficult task, simply because their operating system is not state of the art. Really though, this is no problem even if you are running Windows 98. It can all be done swiftly enough, and with the ease of just a few clicks of your mouse. To take on this task and indeed, to better understand the task at hand, we only need to know one major fact … data never actually leaves your computer's system. Believe it or not, it is always there, somewhere in some form or another, hiding out in the deepest, darkest recesses of your hard drive. Even if your computer had a virus a virus which completely disabled your system, and you had to reformat your hard drive and reinstall your operating system. It's all still there, rest assured. But how is this all done? Well,…

Recovery Data Software
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

We all know how annoying it can be to lose data from our computer by mistake or even by some external force. Many times you hear of people who hard drives were corrupted after and electrical surge or sometimes just not paying attention to what they are deleting. Whatever the reason for data to be lost there is still hope for you. In the market today the number of PC data recovery software are countless. Everyone is seeing the need for this ability and they all want to cash in on the market. While these companies are making money of course we as the customers are getting just as much benefit. Pc recovery software has the ability to simplify the process of retrieving any type of lost data from your computer. Depending on your level of computer understanding many people may tell you that this is impossible or that it is just a scam, I am here to tell you that with the help of a pc data recovery software you can retrieve all your important data that has been lost within your computer. It is important that before buying one of these software’s that you firstly read the details…