Data Recovery Do’s and Dont’s

April 25, 2018

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Here I have tried to provide out some Do’s and Don’ts which must be followed when computer failure occurs. Caution should also be taken while dealing with hard drive failure or other type of computer problems. Never ever try to react in a panic as this will only cause or make the problem even worse.


1. Always make it in a habit to backup your data frequently.

2. If you hear any awkward sound or smell any thing then always shut down your system and gives it a rest. Never try to keep working and making the situation even worse.

3. While repairing or opening your cabinet always try to discharge you body with any static charge stored on your body. Always ground yourself before having to open the cabinet.

4. Always try to install an extra fan so as to make the proper flow of air so as to make it free from excessive heating.


1. Never try to think that the data recovery solution will recover almost whole of your data. And you use our system in the worst conditions. Everything is having limitations and this also has the same.

2. Never ever try to recover your data with commonly available software or freeware as this will make the recovery even more badly. Always go for the reliable source of data recovery solution.

3. Do not subject the drive to extreme temperatures changes both hot and cold. As both this temperature in extreme case will harm you data stored on the Hard Drive.

4. Never try to remove the protective covering of the Hard Drive in order to repair the disk. Always consult for the proper Technician to do so.

The above mentioned Do’s and Don’ts are the most basic things which definitely must be taken into account so as to have the efficient recovery of the data. The Hard Drive of your system is he very important part as it stores most of your valuable data both offline and online so the above mentioned must be followed so as to make yourself free from any situation of data loss or disk crash up.

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  • Sean Hammer April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Just because religion and the dogma that goes with it are a sham doesn't necessarily mean there is no creator. Must we now believe that nothing begat everything and we all evolved out of the mud?

  • en elle April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    You are disgusting!!!! People like you are the reasons why this world is rottening. Such a bitter woman. If the bible condoned your relationship with your girlfriend, you would be ok with religion lol. You sound like those cherry picking Christians. Go have coffee with them. You're not any better.

  • Fifth Ape April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    The Napkin Religion is better than any religion that I've seen so far. I didn't see anything on the napkin about:
    * telling me that I was born a sinner
    * threats of torture in hell
    * "Oh, just you wait. You'll be sorry!"
    * some cruel holy book
    * how I must stroke the ego of some cruel monster, or else
    * attacking someone for questioning ideas
    * proposing violence

  • Arthur Silver April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    If what ever you believe, or 'not' believe, helps you to love more…go with that ūüėČ

  • Bill Keon April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I come back to Valerie's videos over and over and over again. Brilliant, personal, beautiful, sober, empowering. I've been an atheist since my first breath of life (I don't recall ever being wooed by superstition) and living with friends who were religious, I'm constantly just floored and stunned at the strength of religiously indoctrinated people (in a cult in essence) to figure things out and pull themselves up by their own bootstraps and shed the shackles of delusion and superstition. And further, when I hear these stories from young people like teenagers be able to bravely do this in the midst of conformity and religious bullying, I am brought to tears at the beauty of what humanity can be.

  • Toughen Up, Fluffy April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    "Whenever we read the obscene stories, the voluptuous debaucheries, the cruel and tortuous executions, the unrelenting vindictiveness with which more than half the Bible is filled, it would be more consistent that we call it the word of a demon than the word of God. It is a history of wickedness that has served to corrupt and brutalize mankind; and, for my part, I sincerely detest it, as I detest everything that is cruel."‚ÄĒThomas Paine, The Age of Reason

  • Toughen Up, Fluffy April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    "I hate the fact that institutional Christianity carries forward some of the worst notions from humanity’s infancy, concepts like chosen people, holy war, blood atonement, and eternal torture. Every religion preserves the worldview of some subset of our ancestors. For Christianity, that worldview comes from the quarrelsome Iron Age clans of the Ancient Near East, a harsh desert region as tribal and blood-bathed then as it is now.
    I hate it that the Christian God, however imaginary, is such a terrible role model: alternately kind and cruel, blending love and abuse, jealous, irritable, controlling, demanding, petulant, and destructive. He loves hierarchy and demands adoration and is not above forcing both. When he gets offended, divine wrath rains down like poorly-targeted cluster bombs. God kills children for the sins of their fathers and drowns or burns animals when angry at humans or inflicts plagues on whole villages.
    I hate the fact that the Bible has given God‚Äôs endorsement (under the ‚Äúright‚ÄĚ circumstances, of course) to all manner of human violence: scorched earth warfare, capital punishment for over 30 offenses, sexual slavery, and child beating. Not only does the Bible-God approve these behaviors in men he favors like Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; he also explicitly commands and regulates them for his Chosen People.
    I hate the fact that Christianity sanctifies some of humanity’s most base tendencies: tribalism, racism, sexism, certitude, closed-mindedness, willful ignorance, passivity (let go and let God), and entitled exploitation of other sentient beings.
    I hate the way that Bible-belief divides people into insiders and infidels, teaching that outsiders have no moral core or basis for goodness while insiders are ‚Äúthe light of the world.‚ÄĚ
    I hate Christendom’s consequent history of destruction: everything from burning repositories of ancient knowledge, to killing folk medicine practitioners, to inquisitions and crusades, to support for slavery, to systematic decimation of native cultures around the planet.
    I hate the fact that the Bible provides men with so many justifications for why they should top every pecking order. In the Bible men are made in the image of God, appointed as the head of the family, given all other beasts to exploit, and assigned ownership of children and slaves.
    I hate how Christianity co-opts and exploits altruism to grow the religion itself and fill Church coffers. Some of the most compassionate and dedicated among us end up pouring their life energy into saving souls from an imaginary afterlife in hell rather than saving people from hellish conditions here on earth. In the same way, generosity gets diverted to fill offering plates rather than fill needs in the community at large.
    I hate the way that the ‚ÄúGreat Commission‚ÄĚ can morph otherwise decent people into a zombie salesforce. At worst, members of this sales team are always on the make‚ÄĒseeking to infect others even if that means preying on children, faking friendship, exploiting tragedy, or taking advantage of the power differential between Westerners and people who are destitute and desperate.
    I hate Christianity’s obsession with controlling sexuality, which makes it all but impossible to promote safer sex, improve family planning, stabilize global population or optimize maternal and infant health. Couple glorified virginity with the idea that painful childbearing is a punishment for original sin, and some Christians would rather ban abortions than prevent them. Many of the same people would force queer folk into lives of solitude and stigma rather than examine their own forbidden yearnings.
    I hate the fact that Christianity’s pro-natalism, born of the command to self-propagate and outcompete other viral ideologies, has denied billions of people the knowledge and means to manage their fertility, causing untold misery and now threatening our planetary life support system with collapse.
    I hate how Christianity teaches people to lie, not only to others but to themselves. We all are vulnerable to confirmatory thinking but Christianity embraces this bias as a virtue rather than one of humanity‚Äôs great failings. Christians are exhorted to start with handed-down dogmas and then to look for any pattern of evidence that might support these a priori beliefs rather than ask the questions that could show them wrong. As education and scientific knowledge advance, the mind-numbing demands of ‚Äúright belief‚ÄĚ make adherents ever more susceptible to snake oil preachers and politicians who teach that reality is whatever we want to believe.
    I hate the fact that Christianity gives people a way to feel good without being good‚ÄĒthat when what matters above all to God is belief, people can be judgmental, abusive and greedy or can prey on the poor or sell arms to dictators‚ÄĒand still feel good about themselves because they go to church on Sunday, are saved by the blood of the lamb. After all, ‚ÄúChristians aren‚Äôt perfect, just forgiven.‚ÄĚ
    I deplore the fact that Christianity takes some of humanity’s most sacred concepts and turns them inside out. When certitude is a virtue, a mother can beat her child because she loves him, a father can reject his gay son out of kindness, or compassion can mean offering a poor person a religious tract rather than a hand up. Christian Humility becomes a trademark cosmetic layered over the hubris necessary to believe one’s own thoughts are the Voice of God.
    I hate the way that Christianity diminishes the wonder of this one precious life and our overwhelmingly beautiful world, offering the crass materialism of a city paved with gold and the pleasures of eternal youth as an alternative to, say, the delicate intricacy of an alpine meadow or an ancient forest or a coral reef."‚ÄĒValerie Tarico

  • Homer Smith April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I am a female, this is my husband's account. He only went to church maybe 4 times growing up and he has a very happy go-lucky attitude about life and he is a really good guy! Fortunately we fell in love when I was functioning well,

  • Homer Smith April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I grew up in an Independent Fundamental Baptist Church with very graphic Hell, Fire Damnation serves. I considered myself saved. I read my bible & preyed every night. I tried to be pure in thought & deed. Every night I asked forgiveness for minor sins to be sure that I was prepared for the rapture. Before my senior year of high school, I went to a week long Christian summer camp in which we were hammered about how we were unworthy of god's love, too proud, we dress like the world because we are part of the world. we need to repent and save souls from going to hell. we are known by the seed we sow, if you don"t have a heavy heart and bring people to christ, we are not saved. I became depressed thinking that it was because I was not really saved.I got saved again, but my depression grew. I stole a gun to kill myself, because I felt I would have to shoot myself because I could not face the sin of stealing a gun. Although I have been out of the church since 17, I have to take anti-depressants or I lose my will to live and have the negative religious crap fill my head. I actually have a strong thought that I don't have a right to live & lots of crazy thoughts come to me. I am finally addressing those false religious beliefs. Church really screwed up, but I didn't have a healthy home life, either!

  • AustinoTheGr8 April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    This woman has no soul.

  • Timbered Lake April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Very good and a great support for people who feel disenfranchised from something they put their heart and soul into. When you put your head into it, though, your heart tends to follow. I was in an Apostolic church for ten years and felt almost thrown out because my sense of joy being there was wavering. We were told from the pulpit that those who left the faith would be miserable and that nobody was meaner or angrier than a backslidden Pentecostal. However, the first Sunday that I decided to not go to church nor return, I was flooded with peace and joy. I still had an uphill climb but that was a good start. I was outside sitting in the sun and it felt good.

  • yaryar1976 April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Is she speaking specifically about Quakers,Amish or Appalachian Pentecostal? I live in a city that made the Guinness book of world records for most churches per capita, and I've never heard of the Christian radicalism that she describes. May be she secretly wants to target Islam,but is scared. Peace out folks!

  • Patrick Saxon April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    So sad for you, as we are in the Ends of times. Do you not see the signs as Jesus is coming back really soon and judgment is coming to all of you atheists, non-belivers, and catholics and other non christian religions. Many are having dreams and visions of prophecies from the lord and you need to repent and accept Jesus Christ as time is very short!

  • George April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Dear Mrs. Tarico, you are an amazingly ignorant interpreter of religion.The cartoon images you present of religion come from perhaps a twisted or hurtful period in your own life and have nothing to do with an actual assessment of the reality of it, which is far more complex than you make out. You are also cruel in your vilification of Catholic nuns, with whom you apparently have never had personal experience. Of course anyone can post nonsense on You Tube, but It is hoped that next time you post you will actually do some study of the topic prior to speaking on it.

  • Leana Jo April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I'm not an atheist, but religion is dangerous, damaging, & makes people crazy. AA uses a lot of religion & most in that recovery program do become religious nuts. Not cool, in my opinion.

  • glen allen April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    wow the 85 yo man . how hard to hear that

  • Grant Freedom April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Thank you for this.

  • Jeff Tessant April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    God is great! Religion is not the same as knowing the infinite creator. Jesus is Lord!

  • Pat April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Thank you, Valerie.

  • Louis Barbisan April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    We are all looking for the truth, but in believers  case they are not seeing it , it's a simple reason of not bean able to find it.
    The main reason is that very few of them have read those idiotic books for them self,
    but just going to their house of worship and listening someone else that is brainwash, and his got a job to do, and the one is to get your money. it's a business nontaxable venture. Wake up peoples.
    In my case it's very simple…… REALITY….. THAT'S IT.

  • Sailing Ship April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I’ve kind of come at this subject from a whole different point of view. Instead of giving up God and Christ entirely, I’ve found a saner, healthier, very non-fundamentalistic understanding of Them. I don’t think that the bible is the whole word of God and nothing but the word of God. I reach Christ in a spiritualistic, personal, intuitive way, having very little to do with the bible and the book. The first Christians didn’t have a bible and they weren’t living by or believing in a lot of the weird concepts that one does find in it. There are a lot of speakers and writers who talk about and advocate an entirely different approach to Christianity.
    I just thought I’d mention that one doesn’t have to take an all or nothing approach. Good Luck to everyone on their journeys.

  • Deacon Verter April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    One can wish to leave religion for many reasons, but because you blame God for failing to prevent some personal tragedy is a rather lame one, right along with "my spouse left me for a pastor" or "I hate my church's band." The best way to flush religion is to just take a long look at God: his irrational contradictory qualities, his biblical behavior, the wide disagreement among his followers about his precepts and edicts. Backsliding into religion is harder when you realize once and for all who God really is: the Boogey man.

  • xerox1959 April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Thanks for putting this on YouTube!

  • Johnny Salter April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I have wondered why there wasn't something like this. I figured out it was BS 20-30 years ago but didn't really shake it till 3 years ago. It is a bad cat. Meht, heroin cocaine are nothing. If one steps back and looks at it jehova God is the greatest terrorist in the history of the worlds. He makes ISIS, Stalin, Hitler and Nero Look like angels of light.  The most horrifying biographie ever written. 

  • Kevin Kurtz April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    As a mental health professional, I really enjoy the views of a colleague. Here is a good quote I found that talks about the psychological views of religion. 

    Their belief in Jesus gives them an indefatigably sympathetic confidant, assuages their fear of death and bereavement, wards off existential angst, assures cosmic purpose, and aligns them with the good guys. So handsome are the psychological pay-offs of belief that many, perhaps most, devout orthodox Christians are impervious to all countervailing logic and evidence. Their will to believe vanquishes every disquieting fact, every contrary line of reasoning, no matter how compelling to an impartial eye. Psychologists have a frightening arsenal of terms for the mental habits designed to preserve cherished beliefs: dissociation, absolutist thinking, dichotomization, object permanence, nominal realism, phenomenalistic causality and worse.

    Gary Sloan, "Did Jesus Exist and Does it Matter?" in Impact Press (December 2000-January, 2001)

  • Holly Williams April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I understand what she is saying and she appears to be extremely educated and well informed. I actually agree with and admire a lot of what she is saying. Growing up in a fundamental, evangelical Christian home and my Dad being a pastor and elder at churches we attended I can related a lot to what she is saying. I have been jaded and let down countless times by my christian parents, family members and friends. However, when it comes to God and a relationship with Jesus Christ this is just something I find to be difficult to waiver on. I have seen and felt God's presence many times, His love and mercy in my life personally and the lives of people i know. What do we have to hope in and live for if God is a lie? All kinds of people, throughout history, have and continue to twist and misinterpreted the scriptures and what God is really about. People use religion for their own agendas which is wrong, but that doesn't mean that we should just disregard and trash everything. We are not gods. We are flawed human beings, but we have purpose and we have souls that need to find peace, love, and forgiveness and salvation in the end. Jesus Christ is the only way. He is the way, truth and the life. The Bible is God's written and holy word. However, it was written thousands of years ago. It is a non-fictional history book and a spiritual and moral guidance that has been passed on through the generations. The Bible must be applied to our lives in the context of the era we live in. Not everything is meant to be taken verbatim literally. Some ideas are parables, proverbs etc. Ideas of how to live wisely, peacefully, morally, and healthy in society. The reason the Bible is ideal and unique is because it was inspired to be written, by God himself.; who happens to be omniscient, omnipresent, and omnipotent. 

  • Evan Flynn April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    everything she says about them, they can turn around and say the same thing about her beliefs. live and let live. to me it sounds like shes the one who needs help.

  • paulalynnwalker April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I would tell BAMMBAMM12 to go to hell but there's no such place.

  • Albert Aguirre April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Im always glad to see others like myself out of the Matrix. I think hardcore christians like me were very hard to deconvert.
    It took alot of effort on my own. My quest for truth was greater than all.. And I thought to myself, if god IS truth, then i have nothing to worry about.

    I discovered god was made up and now i see why peopple are programmed to NEVER question. because once you do, you find that god cant stand on his own. He is the quintessential FAIL

    Live free brother!

  • bammbamm12 April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Recovering from religion? Nah. She just took the other side and is working like a slave, taking orders from her new master. Ah well, she's only a woman; it's to be expected.

  • sandor szabados April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Tell yourself that, if you need to, but don't be surprised if you find yourself disagreeing with it in the future.

  • James Lee April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Right on!

  • Albert Aguirre April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    I was a born again fundamentalist christian for almost 20 years. I served as a childrens pastor, street evangelist, music minister and general fire and brimstone bible thumper.
    I realize now how incredibly dedicated I was to something that is so childish and silly, like leprechauns and fairies. I was programmed to never question, never doubt. THIS is how religion generates power, the brainwashing. Im embarrassed that I ever fell for it. But thankfully, i was set free, like Neo in the matrix!

  • DeDona1 April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Free will is such a poor argument. A person who is murdered, mugged, assaulted, tortured looses his or her free will to another persons free will. According to the bible, the easy way is belief for the proverbs says that only a fool says that their is no God.

  • MBF April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    this video is 100% real

  • MBF April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    4:32 excatly lol

  • Themutecricket April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Valerie, God can't fix those things for you without removing free will. It doesn't mean he isn't there for you or he ignores you. He does work through people, but lessons go unlearned. Many choose the easy way and succumb to disbelief but spirituality is real. The bible teaches us that to divided is to conquer. If we are divided spiritually we are easy to conquer. That is what has happened to the church. Its why you couldn't find help easily. Christ is coming and he will help I promise.

  • RhondaH April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Wonderful talk. Found this from a like by Jerry de Witt. I found my way out of religion over 30 years ago and spent most of that time feeling very alone among friends and family. It wasn't until the books started coming out and the internet that I found community and it has been a great joy to find such wonderful people everywhere and our numbers are growing so fast.

  • bonnie43uk April 25, 2018 at 8:12 am

    Excellent lecture. I would have loved to have heard the Q&A that followed. Is that available on youtube?

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