Windows Password Reset – What to Do If You’ve Forgotten Your Windows Administrator Password
RecoverySoft / July 12, 2018

There are only two ways to regain access to your PC if you’ve forgotten your Windows Administrator password. The first is to reinstall Windows and totally wipe everything from your computer… and the second is to use a “password reset” program that will reset the password for you. Here’s what to do: Method 1 – Reinstall Windows – If you’ve got nothing to lose from your computer, and have the knowledge to do it, you may wish to reinstall Windows to gain access to your PC again. The only problem with this method is that reinstalling Windows literally means you will lose every file and every piece of data on your PC. This is okay for some people and if you are interested in using this method, you simply need to insert the Windows disc into your PC, reboot your system and select “Boot From CD” in the BIOS options. If you don’t understand how to do it, then you need to talk to a computer technician. Method 2 – Use Password Reset Software – The most common way to restore access to your PC is to “reset” the Administrator password for your system by using a piece of “password…

Data Recovery Services – Be Wary of Cheap Prices
RecoverySoft / July 5, 2018

Data recovery is a specialized, complicated process. Proper hard drive recovery can require manipulation of data at the sector level, transplantation of internal components and various other procedures. These techniques are very involved and require not only talented, knowledgeable technicians, but also an extensive inventory of disk drives to use for parts when necessary and clean facilities to conduct the work. Unfortunately these factors mean that, in most cases, recovery services are quite expensive. Technician training, hard drive inventories and special equipment all come with a cost. If you search for disk recovery services, you will likely find several smaller companies that offer hard disk data recovery for a fraction of the prices usually quoted by larger, more experienced organizations. These companies often operate from small offices or, in some cases, private homes. They do not possess clean room facilities, large disk drive inventories or many other pieces of equipment necessary to successfully complete most hard drive recovery cases. When you take into account all of the training, parts and facilities necessary, you can see how it is impossible for a company to charge $200 for a hard drive recovery and not operate at a loss. What these companies usually…