Deleted Text Message Reader
RecoverySoft / May 16, 2018

Earlier, many times, we all must have wishes that just like our computer; our mobile phone also should have been provided with a recycle bin. Finally our wishes have come true, with the introduction of deleted text message reader. Now it is possible to retrieve important text messages – these could be a congratulatory, consoling message, an important address, telephone number etc. Now it is possible to recover these “lost” messages – this is because the messages are not immediately deleted from the memory of you hands free cell phone or from your SIM card (depending on where the “deleted” message was sent ) – instead, the space occupied by the “deleted “message is marked as reusable space which can be used later when there is a need for it This is why till the space occupied by the “deleted” message is erased by some other date being written above that, it is possible to recover the “lost” text message and read text messages. You will need some tools – these are a USB SIM card reader and a SIM card recovery program. The USB SIM card reader is not very expensive and could be purchased on the net also….

The Acer D2D Erecovery 101
RecoverySoft / April 3, 2018

Disclaimer: First of all backup your system before launching you in any hazardous operation, some of the operations to come can cause data loss. Any modification and/or damage done on your laptop will be under your responsibility. As you know now the Acer laptops and those of other manufacturers are now delivered with a restoration system installed in a hidden partition (PQservice for Acer)on your hard disk. Normally this system launches out while pressing simultaneously keys ALT+F10, but sometimes that does not function. What’s the problem? There are many possible causes, but most common are: A The function D2D was disabled in the bios. Solution: Enable the function by pressing F2 during the boot to access the bios menu and change the setting, then reboot and press keys ALT+F10 during the starting of the laptop. Note: For all the following solutions take into account the Max advice, I quote Max now, a contributor in my site «But I want to mention the way I sorted out the thing, because it’s very rarely mentioned on the web. All the methods to repair the D2D Alt+f10 issue are knowledgeable and smart but all of them forget to say a fundamental thing: first…