How to Fix the Red Screen of Death
RecoverySoft / October 12, 2018

The “Red Screen Of Death” is an error that mainly appears in Windows XP & Vista. It was phased out in Windows 7 but is still a big problem for many people around the world. This tutorial is going to show you how to fix this problem for good. The red screen error is what’s known as a ‘fatal’ error that is developed by Windows when something seriously bad happens. Like its counterpart – the “blue screen of death” – the red error makes Windows restart instantaneously and can make you lose your programs and other data. The error is typically reserved for “boot loader” issues inside Windows Vista. The first thing you need to do to fix this error is to see if you can boot up Windows. If you cannot boot up Windows, then the likelihood is that the “boot loader” is broken and you should fix it by reinstalling your system. This can be done (in simple terms) by putting the installation disk into the CD drive and then booting from it. You should perform a fresh install which should replace all the damaged files that could be causing this issue. If you find that you’re able…

Improve Recovery Times With Float Therapy
RecoverySoft / October 9, 2018

The Golden State Warriors are the winners of the 2017 NBA playoffs. One of the team’s most popular players, Stephen Curry is contributed with helping the team reach victory. No doubt fans across the world are interested in everything the player does; however, many are unaware that Curry uses float therapy as a way to help his body recover from basketball season. Curry isn’t the only athlete that utilizes float therapy for recovery. Tom Brady of the New England Patriot and countless UFC fighters all use sensory deprivation chambers as part of their training and recovery. Increasing numbers of professional athletes of all levels are now turning to this alternative wellness to help their bodies recover faster. Why does float therapy have such a significant impact on recovery times? Let’s discuss the science behind it and how the sensory deprivation technique can help improve recovery time. Physical Recovery with Floatation Therapy Float therapy essentially combines two widely known recovery techniques, Epsom salt soaks and meditation. For years, Epsom salt baths were used to heal the body of aches and pains, while meditation was used to heal the mind. Float therapy magnifies the benefits from Epsom salt baths and meditation alike….

What Data Recovery Options Are Available? 3 Ways to Get Your Lost Data Back Easily
RecoverySoft / September 25, 2018

What data recovery options are available if you need to get your files and documents back? It does not matter if you're hard drive has a mechanical malfunction, virus or even if you just accidently deleted some files, they can usually be recovered quite easily. There are many data recovery options available, but in this article I'll go through the most common ones, because it is likely that you will be using one of those. Usually if you've just accidently deleted something you only need a simple software to do the job for you. I have a lot of experience in this area so I can talk from personal experience when I say that doing your research upfront is essential, because you do not want to be surprised by a $ 5,000 bill when everything is said and done. 1. Software are often used in some places to recover data from drives that have not been so severely damaged. You can usually buy these software online, but make sure you look for a software that has been proven effective, because there are a lot of programs out there that are a waste of money. 2. Disk Imaging is another method…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / September 20, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / September 17, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / September 15, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / September 15, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / September 14, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

Cyber Crimes And Solutions
RecoverySoft / September 12, 2018

We are currently living in Cyber age, where Internet and computers have major impacts on our way of living, social life and the way we conduct businesses. The usage of information technology has posed great security challenges and ethical questions in front of us. Just as every thing has positives and negatives, usage of information technology is beneficial as well as insecure. With the growth of the internet, network security has become a major concern. Cyber crimes have emerged rapidly in the last few years and have major consequences. Cyber criminals are doing every thing from stealing money, hacking into others computer, stealing intellectual property, spreading viruses and worms to damage computers connected on the internet and committing frauds. Stoppage of cyber crimes is a major concern today. Cyber criminal make use of the vulnerabilities in computer soft wares and networks to their advantage. Hacking: Hacking or Cracking is a major cyber crime committed today. Hacker makes use of the weaknesses and loop holes in operating systems to destroy data and steal important information from victim’s computer. Cracking is normally done through the use of a backdoor program installed on your machine. A lot of crackers also try to gain…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / September 9, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…