How to Fix MMC Exe Errors
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

Why Mmc.exe errors occur? MMC.exe file reflects to an executable file associated with the application known as Microsoft Management console that turns to consume large space in the system logical memory leading to slow system functioning and many times times turns to freeze the system as well. This specific file helps to several management associated plug-ins that are generally accessed from the system control panel. Being a core file related to the Windows operating system while user access the administrative options this specific file loads up on the system. Although the execution of the file is not at all alarming for the system without any error issue take place. There are times while this process file does not terminate even if the management console windows relevant to the file has been already been closed. The reason why such event is encountered is that there are some illicic malware applications such as W32 / Dzan-A, W32 / Lovgate-F and W32 / Oscabot-I as well which name resembles with that of the genuine exe file. These malware applications are widely promoted online via certain suspicious links and once getting entered into the system turns to corrupt the system files along with turning…

Health and Massage
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

Massage affects the body as a whole. To understand how massage therapy works, some of the physiological effects of massage need to be briefly examined. Massage is known to increase the circulation of blood and flow of lymph. The direct mechanical effect of rhythmically applied manual pressure and movement used in massage can dramatically increase the rate of blood flow. Also, the stimulation of nerve receptors causes the blood vessels (by reflex action) to dilate, which also facilitates blood flow. A milky white fluid called lymph carries impurities and waste away from the tissues and passages through gland-like structures spaced through the lymphatic system that act as filtering valves. The lymph does not circulate as blood does, so its movement depends heavily on the squeezing effect of muscle contractions. Consequentially, inactive people fail to stimulate lymph flow. On the other hand, the stimulation caused by violent activity can be outstripped by the increased waste produced by that activity. Massage can dramatically aid the movement of lymph in either case. For the whole body to be healthy, the sum of its parts – the cells – must be healthy. The individual cells of the body are dependent on an abundant supply…

An Introduction to Forensics Data Acquisition From Android Mobile Devices
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

The role that a Digital Forensics Investigator (DFI) is rife with continuous learning opportunities, especially as technology expands and proliferates into every corner of communications, entertainment and business. As a DFI, we deal with a daily onslaught of new devices. Many of these devices, like the cell phone or tablet, use common operating systems that we need to be familiar with. Certainly, the Android OS is predominant in the tablet and cell phone industry. Given the predominance of the Android OS in the mobile device market, DFIs will run into Android devices in the course of many investigations. While there are several models that suggest approaches to acquiring data from Android devices, this article introduces four viable methods that the DFI should consider when evidence gathering from Android devices. A Bit of History of the Android OS Android’s first commercial release was in September, 2008 with version 1.0. Android is the open source and ‘free to use’ operating system for mobile devices developed by Google. Importantly, early on, Google and other hardware companies formed the “Open Handset Alliance” (OHA) in 2007 to foster and support the growth of the Android in the marketplace. The OHA now consists of 84 hardware…

Essential Tips to Help Recover Deleted Files
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

Even after being extra careful, there are going to be times when you do not take back-ups and lose a file or simply delete it. Instead of worrying about what to do at that point, it is better if you are aware of what tools you can do to restore lost or deleted files. When you start storing important data on your computer files, the most important piece of advice anyone will ever give you is to back up your files. However, despite all your care and diligence, it is true that you may at times end up losing your files. While this could happen due to problems with the NTFS hard disk or the memory card, sometimes you may lose a file by just accidentally deleting it. You therefore need to know some tips that will help you restore lost data and you also need to be aware of tools that will help you undelete NTFS files easily. • Begin by building a toolkit of recovery programs that will help you tackle the problem of lost data or deleted files so that when you are faced with a crisis the next time, you do not waste time searching for…

5 Simple Tips To Prevent MS Access Database Corruption
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

It’s important to understand that any time an Access client disconnects unexpectedly, it may set a “corruption flag” in the .mdb file indicating that the database is in a corrupt state (regardless of whether any data has actually been corrupted or not). Any user who attempts to open the database while this flag is set will receive a message, and the database will have to be repaired before it can be used. If the users don’t have permission to perform the repair, or don’t know how to perform the repair, there may be significant downtime before the database is available again. This can result in a loss of productivity as well as extreme frustration for the users. Following the 5 tips below will minimize your odds of data loss from corruption in your Access databases. 1) Split your database. The single most important thing you can do to prevent corruption in MS Access databases is to split the database into a “front-end” and a “back-end”. The front-end contains all of the forms, queries, and reports, while the back-end contains only the data tables. A copy of the front-end is placed on each user’s computer, and the back-end with the table…

iTunes Freezing – Why iTunes Keeps Freezing and How to Fix It
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

Do you have iTunes freezing problems? Do you complain that iTunes freezes up at random times? Before we get to fixing iTunes freezing problems, it is important to understand a little bit about iTunes itself. Among the many free media players available, iTunes is widely popular because of its close integration with two of the most watched-after electronic gadgets of our time: the iPod and the iPhone. Both devices require Apple's media player for many reasons, not the least of which is the transfer of media files from computers to the portable device. Old-time users know, however, that iTunes has its good and bad sides. It is intuitive and sleek alright, but sometimes using the apps can be really frustrating. For one, frequent start-up problems or program freezes would certainly test the patience of even the most ardent fans. These issues usually occur whenever new updates are installed, when a portable device is connected, when downloading content from the Internet, or when shutting down the program. Most probable causes of the instability are missing program files or the settings running askew due to recent updates. While this may not look like a life and death situation, it is suddenless effective…

Document Scanning Services for Growing Companies
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

Many businesses are modernizing data management with digital archiving solutions. Implementation is challenging but document scanning services and cloud solutions simplify this. There are dozens of reasons why traditional information management can not work in today's business environment. Managing costs is a major reason why businesses are shifting to digital archiving. Medium to large businesses used to spend significant amounts of money just to maintain records. Printing stations, ink refills and the cost of paper can add up especially for enterprises with thousands of employees. Computers & scanners alone had an incredible impact on cost cutting. The Internet alone added to cost cutting for organizations that knew how to use it. After documents were scanned, they could be stored on company networks. This eliminates the need for office space and storage. Believe it or not, keeping papers cost businesses thousands of dollars. While small firms can manage with a filing cabinet, medium to large companies could not. They had to either pay for more office space or rent out warehouse space. Some enterprises even had their own warehouses. Each of these document storage methods had its pros and cons. Medium to large companies also had to hire a document archiver….

Why Do We Need Software Engineering?
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

To understand the necessity for software engineering, we must pause briefly to look back at the recent history of computing. This history will help us to understand the problems that started to become obvious in the late sixties and early seventies, and the solutions that have led to the creation of the field of software engineering. These problems were referred to by some as “The software Crisis,” so named for the symptoms of the problem. The situation might also been called “The Complexity Barrier,” so named for the primary cause of the problems. Some refer to the software crisis in the past tense. The crisis is far from over, but thanks to the development of many new techniques that are now included under the title of software engineering, we have made and are continuing to make progress. In the early days of computing the primary concern was with building or acquiring the hardware. Software was almost expected to take care of itself. The consensus held that “hardware” is “hard” to change, while “software” is “soft,” or easy to change. According, most people in the industry carefully planned hardware development but gave considerably less forethought to the software. If the software…

Chrome Error – How Do I Fix Google Chrome Error?
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

Has there been a kind of Chrome error in your Google Chrome web browser? That is not something unique happened to you. Over the time most Chrome users become victim to various browser related errors. Major irritants among there errors are the entire browser crash and the AW snap error. In the first type of error there is a dreadful total crash of the browser. Most people can not even open the web browser. When they try to open it an error message appears which says, Whoa! Google Chrome Has Crashed. Restart Now.’ However, upon restarting nothing happens. One is left with recently installed settings and bookmarks about to be lost. There is, however, a mild instance of this error in which the browser does open but it can not perform well. Sometimes it either closes down or keep sending annoying error messages. If you are facing the second type of error it is wise to back up all of your browser data and either synchronize it or save it in your computer hard disk. You can save the bookmarks in computer and later import these bookmarks in a newly installed web browser. The second type or error is also…

Five Steps to Service Recovery – Complaint Recovery Process For Credit Unions
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

When member service goes wrong, think “damage control”. A good recovery process can turn angry, frustrated members into loyal ones. It can create more goodwill than if things had gone smoothly in the first place. On the other hand, the failure to resolve the problem results in the member spreading their dissatisfaction to many other people. Think about the last time you had a complaint that was not resolved. How many relatives, friends and co-workers did you tell? Studies have shown that for every 100 dissatisfied members, 4 will formally complain, 91 will tell 8-10 others, and 5 will tell 20 others. That turns into over 800 people receiving a negative view of the credit union! Five Steps to Service Recovery 1. Apologize. Start by telling the member, personally and sincerely, “I’m sorry.” Members don’t care whose fault the problem was – they want someone to champion their cause. So sincerely apologize on behalf of the credit union and take responsibility for the error. 2. Listen and empathize. You need to listen, and you need to care. These are the tools for service recovery. Avoid using phrases such as, “I understand” and “I know how you feel.”. There is no…