Data Recovery Do’s and Dont’s
RecoverySoft / April 16, 2018

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. Do’s 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. Don’ts 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…

How to Recover Data From Failed Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / March 28, 2018

There are two main methods of recovering data from failed hard drives. First of all, you can run specialized data recovery software that could retrieve all of your important data files. In the majority of cases, you will be able to recover the data from your failed hard drives without too much trouble using data recovery freeware, or purchase fully supported software if you prefer. Please note hat data recovery is not always possible if the actual problem is due to aging or faulty hard drive component such as a broken head arm. In those extra-ordinary cases you would have the hardware fixed by an expert technician before being able to access any of the precious data on the hard drive. As far as data recovery in concerned, there are no limitations to the physical size of your hard drive. Whether you are trying to recover data from a 1 MB pen drive or a 300 GB Ultra-SCSI drive, you should still be able to recover the data. Additionally, there are no limitations to the different types of operating systems which you may be trying to recover data from, such as Microsoft Windows to Linux systems. This also extends to…

How to Recover Data From a Failed Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / March 27, 2018

When a hard drive fails with data on it that is not backed up, it can be frustrating. Without the data backed up, it has to be physically recovered from the drive itself which won’t read in your computer in it’s current state. The most common option is to use a paid service that recovers data on the drive. This normally costs at least $1000 for a standard drive with an extra fee per gigabyte of recovered data. This process will work, will take a number of weeks at time, but is generally costly. If the data seriously can’t be replaced this is a good option. There is one trick that some do with a drive that is failing. It’s something that you can use at your own risk and doesn’t actually work all the time. If you can’t afford data recovery services and can’t access the drive, there is nothing to lose. Take the hard drive and put it into a sealed bag like a lunch bag. Take this and put it into the freezer for about 24 hours. Take the drive out and instantly connect it to the computer and try to access the drive. The frozen drive…

How to Recover Data From Failed Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / March 26, 2018

There are two main methods of recovering data from failed hard drives. First of all, you can run specialized data recovery software that could retrieve all of your important data files. In the majority of cases, you will be able to recover the data from your failed hard drives without too much trouble using data recovery freeware, or purchase fully supported software if you prefer. Please note hat data recovery is not always possible if the actual problem is due to aging or faulty hard drive component such as a broken head arm. In those extra-ordinary cases you would have the hardware fixed by an expert technician before being able to access any of the precious data on the hard drive. As far as data recovery in concerned, there are no limitations to the physical size of your hard drive. Whether you are trying to recover data from a 1 MB pen drive or a 300 GB Ultra-SCSI drive, you should still be able to recover the data. Additionally, there are no limitations to the different types of operating systems which you may be trying to recover data from, such as Microsoft Windows to Linux systems. This also extends to…

How to Recover Data From Failed Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / March 25, 2018

There are two main methods of recovering data from failed hard drives. First of all, you can run specialized data recovery software that could retrieve all of your important data files. In the majority of cases, you will be able to recover the data from your failed hard drives without too much trouble using data recovery freeware, or purchase fully supported software if you prefer. Please note hat data recovery is not always possible if the actual problem is due to aging or faulty hard drive component such as a broken head arm. In those extra-ordinary cases you would have the hardware fixed by an expert technician before being able to access any of the precious data on the hard drive. As far as data recovery in concerned, there are no limitations to the physical size of your hard drive. Whether you are trying to recover data from a 1 MB pen drive or a 300 GB Ultra-SCSI drive, you should still be able to recover the data. Additionally, there are no limitations to the different types of operating systems which you may be trying to recover data from, such as Microsoft Windows to Linux systems. This also extends to…

How to Recover Data From Failed Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / March 25, 2018

There are two main methods of recovering data from failed hard drives. First of all, you can run specialized data recovery software that could retrieve all of your important data files. In the majority of cases, you will be able to recover the data from your failed hard drives without too much trouble using data recovery freeware, or purchase fully supported software if you prefer. Please note hat data recovery is not always possible if the actual problem is due to aging or faulty hard drive component such as a broken head arm. In those extra-ordinary cases you would have the hardware fixed by an expert technician before being able to access any of the precious data on the hard drive. As far as data recovery in concerned, there are no limitations to the physical size of your hard drive. Whether you are trying to recover data from a 1 MB pen drive or a 300 GB Ultra-SCSI drive, you should still be able to recover the data. Additionally, there are no limitations to the different types of operating systems which you may be trying to recover data from, such as Microsoft Windows to Linux systems. This also extends to…

How to Recover Data From a Failed Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / March 24, 2018

When a hard drive fails with data on it that is not backed up, it can be frustrating. Without the data backed up, it has to be physically recovered from the drive itself which won’t read in your computer in it’s current state. The most common option is to use a paid service that recovers data on the drive. This normally costs at least $1000 for a standard drive with an extra fee per gigabyte of recovered data. This process will work, will take a number of weeks at time, but is generally costly. If the data seriously can’t be replaced this is a good option. There is one trick that some do with a drive that is failing. It’s something that you can use at your own risk and doesn’t actually work all the time. If you can’t afford data recovery services and can’t access the drive, there is nothing to lose. Take the hard drive and put it into a sealed bag like a lunch bag. Take this and put it into the freezer for about 24 hours. Take the drive out and instantly connect it to the computer and try to access the drive. The frozen drive…

How to Recover Data From Failed Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / March 23, 2018

There are two main methods of recovering data from failed hard drives. First of all, you can run specialized data recovery software that could retrieve all of your important data files. In the majority of cases, you will be able to recover the data from your failed hard drives without too much trouble using data recovery freeware, or purchase fully supported software if you prefer. Please note hat data recovery is not always possible if the actual problem is due to aging or faulty hard drive component such as a broken head arm. In those extra-ordinary cases you would have the hardware fixed by an expert technician before being able to access any of the precious data on the hard drive. As far as data recovery in concerned, there are no limitations to the physical size of your hard drive. Whether you are trying to recover data from a 1 MB pen drive or a 300 GB Ultra-SCSI drive, you should still be able to recover the data. Additionally, there are no limitations to the different types of operating systems which you may be trying to recover data from, such as Microsoft Windows to Linux systems. This also extends to…

How to Recover Data From Failed Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / March 22, 2018

There are two main methods of recovering data from failed hard drives. First of all, you can run specialized data recovery software that could retrieve all of your important data files. In the majority of cases, you will be able to recover the data from your failed hard drives without too much trouble using data recovery freeware, or purchase fully supported software if you prefer. Please note hat data recovery is not always possible if the actual problem is due to aging or faulty hard drive component such as a broken head arm. In those extra-ordinary cases you would have the hardware fixed by an expert technician before being able to access any of the precious data on the hard drive. As far as data recovery in concerned, there are no limitations to the physical size of your hard drive. Whether you are trying to recover data from a 1 MB pen drive or a 300 GB Ultra-SCSI drive, you should still be able to recover the data. Additionally, there are no limitations to the different types of operating systems which you may be trying to recover data from, such as Microsoft Windows to Linux systems. This also extends to…

How to Recover Data From a Failed Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / March 20, 2018

When a hard drive fails with data on it that is not backed up, it can be frustrating. Without the data backed up, it has to be physically recovered from the drive itself which won’t read in your computer in it’s current state. The most common option is to use a paid service that recovers data on the drive. This normally costs at least $1000 for a standard drive with an extra fee per gigabyte of recovered data. This process will work, will take a number of weeks at time, but is generally costly. If the data seriously can’t be replaced this is a good option. There is one trick that some do with a drive that is failing. It’s something that you can use at your own risk and doesn’t actually work all the time. If you can’t afford data recovery services and can’t access the drive, there is nothing to lose. Take the hard drive and put it into a sealed bag like a lunch bag. Take this and put it into the freezer for about 24 hours. Take the drive out and instantly connect it to the computer and try to access the drive. The frozen drive…