Deleted Text Message Reader
RecoverySoft / July 10, 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….

Creating a Complete Data Protection and Restoration Strategy
RecoverySoft / July 4, 2018

Creating a Complete Data Protection and Restoration Strategy Backing up your data is the best way to prevent losing it. This method comes into play when you’ve suffered a system failure or hardware corruption. Your IT folks simply–or not so simply, depending on the method you used for backup–restore your data from the backed up files. No matter what you do, data backup is the most essential part of a data protection plan. But is there something you can do to potentially prevent you from losing your data at all? There are other steps you can take, in concert with data backup, to help protect your data. The best data protection strategy is to create a holistic plan that incorporates both prevention and restoration. With data backup as the cornerstone of your plan, there are about a half a dozen other actions you can incorporate across the board at your company. Run an anti-virus program to prevent and eliminate viruses that could take advantage of security flaws and compromise your data. Use power surge protectors everywhere to prevent power surges from causing hard-drive failure and potentially damaging your data. Always quit your programs and shut down your computer properly to…

Recovering Videos From Nikon D90 Camera
RecoverySoft / June 22, 2018

Nikon D90 is the first-ever DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera with video recording feature. It can record HD (High-Definition) 720p videos and has monaural sound capability. The file format used by Nikon D90 to store its HD movies is AVI. Nikon D90 is a SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) compatible camera and the videos that you shoot using this camera are all stored on these cards, apart from its internal memory. Since SD and SDHC cards are susceptible to corruption, the videos stored on these cards can become unavailable for the user. This occurs because a corrupted storage media card cannot be recognized or read by Nikon D90 or any other device. Lost videos may remain inaccessible until you apply a suitable backup or run a Video Data Recovery tool. Before mentioning the ways to recover lost videos from Nikon D90, let’s first discuss the different ways by which a SD/SDHC card or camera’s internal memory can get corrupt. The common practices followed by users that ultimately result in storage media corruption and hence loss of videos are: · Ejecting the digital media card early enough for the device to complete the ongoing write process ·…

Recovering Videos From Nikon D90 Camera
RecoverySoft / June 19, 2018

Nikon D90 is the first-ever DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera with video recording feature. It can record HD (High-Definition) 720p videos and has monaural sound capability. The file format used by Nikon D90 to store its HD movies is AVI. Nikon D90 is a SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) compatible camera and the videos that you shoot using this camera are all stored on these cards, apart from its internal memory. Since SD and SDHC cards are susceptible to corruption, the videos stored on these cards can become unavailable for the user. This occurs because a corrupted storage media card cannot be recognized or read by Nikon D90 or any other device. Lost videos may remain inaccessible until you apply a suitable backup or run a Video Data Recovery tool. Before mentioning the ways to recover lost videos from Nikon D90, let’s first discuss the different ways by which a SD/SDHC card or camera’s internal memory can get corrupt. The common practices followed by users that ultimately result in storage media corruption and hence loss of videos are: · Ejecting the digital media card early enough for the device to complete the ongoing write process ·…

Recovering Videos From Nikon D90 Camera
RecoverySoft / June 19, 2018

Nikon D90 is the first-ever DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera with video recording feature. It can record HD (High-Definition) 720p videos and has monaural sound capability. The file format used by Nikon D90 to store its HD movies is AVI. Nikon D90 is a SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) compatible camera and the videos that you shoot using this camera are all stored on these cards, apart from its internal memory. Since SD and SDHC cards are susceptible to corruption, the videos stored on these cards can become unavailable for the user. This occurs because a corrupted storage media card cannot be recognized or read by Nikon D90 or any other device. Lost videos may remain inaccessible until you apply a suitable backup or run a Video Data Recovery tool. Before mentioning the ways to recover lost videos from Nikon D90, let’s first discuss the different ways by which a SD/SDHC card or camera’s internal memory can get corrupt. The common practices followed by users that ultimately result in storage media corruption and hence loss of videos are: · Ejecting the digital media card early enough for the device to complete the ongoing write process ·…

Recovering Videos From Nikon D90 Camera
RecoverySoft / June 15, 2018

Nikon D90 is the first-ever DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera with video recording feature. It can record HD (High-Definition) 720p videos and has monaural sound capability. The file format used by Nikon D90 to store its HD movies is AVI. Nikon D90 is a SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) compatible camera and the videos that you shoot using this camera are all stored on these cards, apart from its internal memory. Since SD and SDHC cards are susceptible to corruption, the videos stored on these cards can become unavailable for the user. This occurs because a corrupted storage media card cannot be recognized or read by Nikon D90 or any other device. Lost videos may remain inaccessible until you apply a suitable backup or run a Video Data Recovery tool. Before mentioning the ways to recover lost videos from Nikon D90, let’s first discuss the different ways by which a SD/SDHC card or camera’s internal memory can get corrupt. The common practices followed by users that ultimately result in storage media corruption and hence loss of videos are: · Ejecting the digital media card early enough for the device to complete the ongoing write process ·…

Recovering Videos From Nikon D90 Camera
RecoverySoft / June 10, 2018

Nikon D90 is the first-ever DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera with video recording feature. It can record HD (High-Definition) 720p videos and has monaural sound capability. The file format used by Nikon D90 to store its HD movies is AVI. Nikon D90 is a SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) compatible camera and the videos that you shoot using this camera are all stored on these cards, apart from its internal memory. Since SD and SDHC cards are susceptible to corruption, the videos stored on these cards can become unavailable for the user. This occurs because a corrupted storage media card cannot be recognized or read by Nikon D90 or any other device. Lost videos may remain inaccessible until you apply a suitable backup or run a Video Data Recovery tool. Before mentioning the ways to recover lost videos from Nikon D90, let’s first discuss the different ways by which a SD/SDHC card or camera’s internal memory can get corrupt. The common practices followed by users that ultimately result in storage media corruption and hence loss of videos are: · Ejecting the digital media card early enough for the device to complete the ongoing write process ·…

Recovering Videos From Nikon D90 Camera
RecoverySoft / June 10, 2018

Nikon D90 is the first-ever DSLR (Digital Single-Lens Reflex) camera with video recording feature. It can record HD (High-Definition) 720p videos and has monaural sound capability. The file format used by Nikon D90 to store its HD movies is AVI. Nikon D90 is a SD (Secure Digital) and SDHC (Secure Digital High Capacity) compatible camera and the videos that you shoot using this camera are all stored on these cards, apart from its internal memory. Since SD and SDHC cards are susceptible to corruption, the videos stored on these cards can become unavailable for the user. This occurs because a corrupted storage media card cannot be recognized or read by Nikon D90 or any other device. Lost videos may remain inaccessible until you apply a suitable backup or run a Video Data Recovery tool. Before mentioning the ways to recover lost videos from Nikon D90, let’s first discuss the different ways by which a SD/SDHC card or camera’s internal memory can get corrupt. The common practices followed by users that ultimately result in storage media corruption and hence loss of videos are: · Ejecting the digital media card early enough for the device to complete the ongoing write process ·…

How to Recover Lost Data
RecoverySoft / June 5, 2018

It's happened unfortunately to many people. You turn on your computer and hear that dreaded click and realize that not only can you not get into windows, you have not made a backup of your precious files. At this point you have a few options. **** The following suggestions are offered as FREE advice and should be taken as such. I am in no way responsible if you destroy your hard drive by using any of these methods. **** 1. Put it in the freezer for 24 hours. SEAL IT IN A BAG TO PROTECT IT FROM MOISTURE. Hard drives are electrical devices and sometimes electrical devices overheat. Getting the drive good and cold and then trying to boot it again might make it function just long enough for you to get those precious wedding pictures. 2. Take the handle end of a screwdriver (while the drive is unplugged) and give it a firm but not hard tap on the center of the top of the drive (not the circuit board.) If you hit it too hard you can permanently destroy the disks. However, if sometimes a firm tap will get the drive spinning again long enough to get your…

Data Disasters – Horror Stories of Data Loss
RecoverySoft / June 4, 2018

The threat of data loss exists with almost every click of your mouse. Life in the online world can be dangerous. Smart businesses will do whatever is required to minimize that risk. Have you ever lost all of the data on a floppy disk and had to redo an entire afternoon’s work? Perhaps you have rendered a music or game CD unusable because of a tiny scratch? Maybe you have experienced a full fledged hard drive meltdown that resulted in gigabytes of lost data and months, even YEARS of lost effort. The “worst case scenario” happened to me a few years ago. I received a call from a friend informing me that my home had been broken into and the burglars had not only stolen the electronics in the living room but had also taken the house’s PCs. I learned the hard way that data backup is something that every computer user who has important data on their hard drive cannot live without. Whether you simply purchase an external drive that you can connect via USB or Firewire, or sign up for offsite secure data backup, make sure you take steps to guarantee that your data is safe and sound,…