How to Fix Your Cheesecake – A Troubleshooting Guide
RecoverySoft / February 10, 2019

A cheesecake should be relatively trouble free but occasionally problems do come up. Over the years, we’ve been asked the following questions. “What’s the easiest way to make crumbs for my crust?” Lots of folks use a food processor; we don’t bother. We use a heavy duty zipper-type plastic bag and crush the crackers or cookies with a rolling pin a few at a time. We save the plastic bag for the next crust. If we’re in a hurry, we just use packaged graham cracker crumbs rather than crushing crackers. “I have lumps in my cheesecake. How do avoid those?” Most likely the lumps are from globules of cream cheese in your batter. Before adding any of the other ingredients, beat the cream cheese and granulated sugar together until completely mixed. The sugar crystals will cut through the cream cheese breaking up the globules. In the heat of the oven, the sugar will melt further breaking up any pieces. If your recipe calls for chocolate, either white or dark, the lumps could be chocolate. When the chocolate is mixed into the cool batter, it solidifies and creates lumps. To avoid that, make sure your melted chocolate is hot, well above…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / February 5, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / February 5, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / February 3, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / February 2, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / February 1, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 31, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 31, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Easy Guide to RAID Recovery
RecoverySoft / January 30, 2019

What is RAID RECOVERY? RAID stands for Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks. It is a method of combining several hard drives into one unit. This method offers fault tolerance (the ability of a system to continue to perform functions even when one or more hard disk drives have failed) and higher protection against data loss than a single hard drive. Why do I need RAID RECOVERY? RAID provides real-time data recovery when a hard drive fails, increasing system uptime and network availability while protecting against loss of data. Another advantage of the system is that multiple disks working together increase overall system performance. Any individual or company could benefit from having a RAID RECOVERY system in place. Different Levels There are several different levels of RAID available. Each level offers various advantages in terms of data availability, cost and performance. Your best bet is to assess your needs in order to determine which level works best for you. The most popular RAID systems are the following: RAID 0 – Data striping (no data protection). The benefit of this system is that it offers the highest performance. RAID 1. Disk Mirroring (provides data protection by duplicating all data from a primary…

Fantastic Strategies to Have a Handy Backup of Your Files
RecoverySoft / January 29, 2019

Do you usually want to carry a handy backup copy of your web site, photographs or tunes collection? Let's face it, many folks wish to have the ability to have a backup copy of their information to be able to show their buddies their latest photographs wherever they maybe. Be it at an internet cafe or the local library, many people wanting they had their files do not since traveling around a large CD-R just is not very handy. Especially now that everything is digitized or mailed electronic. When was the last time you shot a picture with film? People who still have a lot of old media are fast transferring them to digital with services like "Scanning Pros" (a slide scanning service). Luckily for us, the past few years have caused an outburst in handy little methods to permit you to always be able to bring a back-up of your data files. To start are the little flash storage sticks which are being produced by literally every computer enterprise on the face of the earth. Most are small compared to a pack of Wrigley's chewing gum, but have the capacity to store tons of data. Handy flash memory based…