Recover Files After Deletion – For Free!
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

Humans, true to their nature, will always make mistakes. That said, how much effect that mistake has on their daily routine depends on how quick that mistake is found out and rectified. And one of the main reasons that you lose data is through human error. Deleting a file (or even formatting even) is a fairly common occurrence and is not fatal mistake on its own. Deleted files by default will go to the recycle bin first and if you are missing any files, just check your recycle bin. However, the problem arises when you have emptied the recycle bin OR pressed (shift + del) to permanently delete the file (like I always do). When this happens, you have no way of retrieving the data through conventional methods. To get them back, you need special software, another computer, and loads of luck. Oh, and stop using the computer. You do not want to accidently overwrite the data and lose any chance of recovering data. Setup First you need to remove the hard disk (the one with the deleted data), connect it to another computer and set it as a secondary / slave drive. Why do you need to do this…

Error 1413 When Restoring iTunes
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

Whenever an iPod user encounters a problem, the first thing he attempts, in order to resolve the problem, is to restore the iPod. Sometimes during the restoration process, one encounters errors that create obstruction and do not allow successful restoration of the iPod. If a user already has a back-up of the iPod data, compensating the data loss is easy. However, if there is no backup of the iPod data, the best option left is to use an iPod Recovery Software to recover the lost or deleted data. While restoring the iPod data after any problem has occurred, you may receive the following error message: ‘An unknown error has occurred 1413’ The above error message indicates that the iPod could not be restored or updated (as the case may be) properly. This error message is most commonly seen while trying to update or restore the iPod using iTunes 7 or and later versions. In Windows, this problem often occurs because of the presence of any anti-spyware. These software do not allow iTunes to install properly and thus result in the above error message. To resolve the problem, de-activate the anti-spyware and then reinstall iTunes onto the system. Once you have…

Is It Possible to Recover Deleted Files From an External Hard Drive?
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

The use of an external hard drive for storing data is popular for a variety of reasons. It makes it possible to save a large volume of business or personal information (documents, songs, movies, pictures, etc.) without taking up the standard space on the PC or laptop. Plus, the external hard drive is portable which makes it possible to travel with and use with virtually any laptop with the right connection port. But, even though the external hard drive is great for storing the extra data, there is the risk of data loss similar to any other storage device. What happens to lost files? Most of the external drives have no recycle bin like the desktop so once the files are lost or deleted in error they will disappear. However, even if the delete key is used, this does not mean the file or folder is lost forever. To improve the chance of avoiding permanent data loss, the first thing to do is to stop using the external hard drive. If new data is saved to this device, there is a real risk of suffering from a permanent loss of data. By taking the quick action there is a greater…

MS Word – How to Fix and Recover Word Document Files
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

‘Microsoft Word’ is one of the most extensively used Microsoft applications that allows user to create, view, paste, copy, edit, save, print and share documents. It enables the user to enhance their documents by inserting animated images, photographs, diagrams, charts, images, shapes etc. MS Word create an electronic document that is widely used to type articles, letters, essays, memoranda, legal content and member list Owing to its user-friendliness, MS Word finds its utilization for commercial, noncommercial and private sectors. Do you know that MS Word document file is prone to severe corruption? Yes it’s true; a doc file can get easily damaged. MS Word file gets corrupt due to various reasons including Trojan or Virus attacks, abrupt system shutdown, malfunction of any hardware or software and sudden cancellation of the application. At first instance, a corrupt MS Word file will not open and if it opens it might show some unusual behaviors like improper formatting, incorrect document layout, re-pagination and even the system crash. These changes are the clear indications that your file has damaged. There are several ways by which you can repair the damaged doc file, these include: Try opening other documents in Word on the same computer…

How To Recover Data From A Formatted Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

The nightmare scenario where you have accidentally formatted a hard drive containing all of your valuable data is actually quite a common occurrence and is surprisingly easy to do by mistake (particularly if you have numerous drives attached to one PC). Thankfully the accidental formatting of your hard drive does not necessarily mean a death sentence for all of your important files (photos, music, documents etc). How is this possible you might ask yourself? – well this becomes obvious once you understand what happens to your data if you accidentally press the “format” button: Why Formatted Data Can Be Recovered When data is saved to a hard drive it is stored in available or “free” sectors, these sectors are then marked as “used” and the information relating to these sectors are stored in header tables which tells the hard drive where that data can be found for future use. When a file is deleted (or the drive formatted) then the header tables are deleted and the sectors containing that data are marked as “available”. What is important is that the original data is still present however it can no longer be found without the associated header table information and can…

How to Recover Data After a Windows Crash
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

When your computer still boots up just fine and you deleted your data accidentally or a partition is deleted, your data is now in unallocated space. There is still an easy fix, but that is a topic for another day. We all have come to literally heavily on our computers for everything from work to our entertainment; some people depend on their computer for their social life as well. When Windows crashes and you have things that are important to you on the computer you are going to get angry and frustrated. Well, time to forget the frustration and anger. We need to get proactive and realize there is a very easy solution to the problem. We need to protect the data that is there and NOT write over it. Then we need to get around the Windows or Mac OS and boot up to another source. Lastly we need to copy our important data, files, pictures, music, etc to a safe place. Then we can deal with trying to get the computer to boot up again knowing your data will not be lost if you have to reformat and reinstall your operating system. There is good and bad to…

Recover Recycle – How to Recover Deleted Files From the Recycle Bin?
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

Can you recover delete files? You can if you have software that gives you a chance to retrieve files that have been deleted by mistake or because of the system crashing or sudden shutdown. With the power of such amazing software you will be able to recover files that have been deleted even from the "Recycle Bin" of Windows, deleted due to corruption or formatting of hard drives, files lost to virus or Trojan attacks and many more such causes . You can also readily get back files that have been deleted by deletion process that does not take the files into Recycle Bin – like the Shift + Delete in Windows, deleting files from command line or using special applications that work around the recycle bin. Usually when a file is removed from recycle bin, the file content lingers on the drive till the portion it occupations is overwritten by another file. The application that is used to recover lost files identifies such contents for recovery. It can even re-construct a file that has been over written partially. Such an application makes it possible to recover delete files – making it fast and easy. To take a look at…

How to Recover Files Deleted From Trash or Recycle Bin
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

If your computer is running on Windows, you will notice the Recycle Bin icon on your desktop.  This virtual trash bin is a temporary storage for deleted files.  In case you accidentally deleted a file, you can fully recover it by performing a restore operation from the Recycle Bin.  But what if all the files in the Recycle Bin have been deleted permanently?  In this case, you better learn how to recover files deleted from trash.  If you fail to quickly recover the files you accidentally deleted from the Recycle Bin, then you are facing the prospect of permanent data loss.  And you probably know already that permanent data loss could cause a lot of headaches for you.  Why Files Are Deleted from the Trash Bin There are many reasons why your operating system can completely empty the virtual trash bin.  For example, your system could be configured to perform automatic disk clean up.  When the event is triggered, all files in the temporary folders, cache, and trash bin will be deleted by the system.  Another reason is human error.  You can accidentally delete all files in the trash.  This could happen if you perform a desktop cleaning operation.  You…

The Pros and Cons of Network Attached Storage (NAS)
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

As the increase in technology becomes more advanced, so do the methods of data recovery. Data recovery has become a need for personal and business reasons, but for businesses a poor disaster recover or data loss plan can lead to the loss of extremely important data that cannot be recovered. While this seems like an issue that can be solved, the loss of data for some businesses can cost thousands or even millions of revenue dollars. For private users, it may not be the loss of millions of dollars, but it can mean the loss of an integral set of information that costs even the personal users many dollars. With the increasing advancement of data storage, the use of data recovery has also tried to parallel its sister component. Rack and virtual drives have become the new way to save large amounts of data on an array of large network drives. Network Attached Storage, or NAS, has become an official method to store large amounts of data. This type of technology is mostly used in medium to large enterprises and it gives the corporation an added layer of data recovery and fail over solutions. Pros of Network Attached Storage: The…

When Recovering Deleted SMS – How Far Back You Go?
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

When you need to recover some deleted SMS from your cellular Phone the very first question you may be asking in. How far back can you go? It’s a very common question and a very good question but the answer is not so simple. First of all there is a great deal of data that may be found on or recovered from a modern day cell phone or smart phone: – Deleted SMS Messages – Detailed Call Records; Dialed/ Received/ Times/ Durations – Deleted Pics & Graphics – Deleted Video – Contact Names & Phone Numbers – Deleted Address Book – Email Addresses – Deleted Caller ID – Sext Messages – Other Deleted Data But there are a number of factors that will determine the amount of data recovered as well as the age or length of time from deletion that SMS can be recovered. Some common factors include the make and model of the device. Is it smart phone? Does it store pictures and video? The storage capacity of the device, the daily usage of the device and also the type of usage. If you just use the phone to send and receive phone calls and there are only…