Creating a Complete Data Protection and Restoration Strategy
RecoverySoft / July 12, 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 incorporated 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…

Issues With External Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / July 1, 2018

An external hard drive can be described in simple terms as a hard drive that is portable, or one that can be transported around. Although this is a very simple definition of what an external drive is, the truth is that, it is pretty much the same as it is described above. However, we can be more specific by describing it as the portable version of the fixed hard disk, which comes with a USB casing that enables it to be used on various computers with the help of an USB cable. Other than the above given differences, there is no noticeable difference between a fixed hard drive and an external hard disk. We can confirm this due to the presence of various moving parts that are present both in a fixed disk and an external disk. The main purpose for which the external hard disk is used is also pretty much the same, which is data storage. However, in this case, the stored data can be transported along with the user and accessed on the computer of his choice. Some of the most common uses of the external disk are for storage of data, which usually eat up a…

Tips For Fast Recovery After Plastic Surgery
RecoverySoft / June 14, 2018

Although plastic surgery is a minor procedure, certain precautions have to be taken to avoid any sort of problems. Adequate care has to be taken before and after the surgery. Moreover, the mental preparation also helps you in avoiding fear of the operation. This also helps for your speedy recovery. A plastic surgeon can help you with all these. He can advise a lot of tips which will help in the easy recovery. Taking proper rest after the surgery is very important. As most people find it difficult to take more lives at work, it's better to schedule the operation just before a weekend. By fixing operation on Friday, you get enough resting time without taking leave. If we plan to take rest at the home after the operation, it's important to make all the arrangements well in advance. By consulting a doctor, you can find out the required medical supplies for fast recovery. All these arrangements must be done before the operation. It's always better to have someone who can accompany you at the house. You will need his help as proper rest is a necessity after the operation. Having a collection of books and DVDs for leisure will…

How to Fix ‘0xc0000218’ Stop Error in Microsoft Windows?
RecoverySoft / June 3, 2018

Windows Registry is one of the most important parts of the Microsoft Windows operating system. It is a database, which stores all the configuration options and settings of Windows. Registry also contains settings for the low-level OS components and applications, that run on Windows platform, such as services, device drivers, kernel, user interface, SAM, and third-party software. In case this hierarchical database gets damaged, your system may not boot and you may not be able to access Windows partitions on the drive. This behavior of Windows operating system leads to critical partition loss. In order to recover lost partitions in such cases, you need to opt for Windows Partition Recovery. Consider, one fine day, when you start your Windows-based computer, and come across the following Stop error message: Stop 0xc0000218 (0xe11a30e8, 0x00000000, 0x000000000,0x00000000)UNKNOWN_HARD_ERROR Or Stop: 0xc0000218 {Registry File Failure} The registry cannot load the hive (file):SystemRootSystem32ConfigSYSTEM or its log or alternate. It is corrupt, absent, or not writable. After the above error, system boot process fails. In order to sort out this problem, you need to find out the actual cause of this problem and perform Partition Recovery by sorting it out. Grounds of the issue The above behavior occurs…

Booting Your Arnova 10 G2 Into Recovery Mode
RecoverySoft / May 22, 2018

Are you an owner of an Arnova 10 G2? If so, then you know that these 10 inch tablets are perfect for surfing the web but, with their stock Android OS they don’t have too much more to offer. Thankfully, some very talented people found ways to root the 10 G2 allowing us to make administrative modifications or permitting the replacement of the stock Android operating system. There are even methods to installing Google Play, previously known as Google Market, and this alone has made the 10 G2 worth owning. Adding Google Play has leveled the practicality playing field for this device. Although, it can’t quite compete with quad-core power monster tablets with their high definition screens, it’s still a great tablet for $130, if you are willing to root it. Rooting has become an almost effortless task for most devices with the advent of 1 click style rooting software. For the users out there that stumble upon this article and don’t know what “rooting an Android device” means; let me tell you. Rooting is a process that gives you, the user, administrative privileges on an Android operating system powered device. This allows you to circumvent restricted features, in the…

Enhanced Oil Recovery, Secondary, and Tertiary Recovery
RecoverySoft / May 15, 2018

Did you know that much of the oil in the ground is still present after primary recovery? In the kings english, that means there is still a lot of oil left in a well even after 10 years of pumping. The reason oil production slows is that the natural drive that once pushed oil aggressively towards the wellbore has subsided. Normally, the natural drive is either water or gas in the formation. In this article, we look to explain some of the common enhanced or secondary / tertiary methods of oil recovery. With oil hitting new highs every day, it is clear the cost benefit of utilizing technology to get at extra production makes sense. When oil was in the $ 10-20 range, the incremental cost of some enhanced oil recovery methods did not make economic sense. One of the most common secondary recovery methods is a waterflood. Essentially, a waterflood is a reintroduction of water into the formation to create a drive to push more oil towards the wellbore. To increase the efficiency of a waterflood, new methods utilize Alkaline-Surfactant-Polymer floods and some explorers are introducing microbes into the wellbore to increase the sweep efficiency of the flood, both…

Tummy Tuck Recovery – What You Need to Know
RecoverySoft / May 13, 2018

Post tummy tuck surgery, patient's overall health and physical fitness is important for early recovery. Abdominoplasty surgery involves the removal of skin and tightening of muscles. Liposuction involves removal of fat which can be combined with tummy tuck surgery. Basically your body needs time to adjust to these changes. Usually one requires four to five weeks for recovery post tummy tuck surgery but some patients with low fitness level or if they suffer from other ailments like debts can take longer time to recover. Depending on the kind of tummy tuck surgery performed, patients have to stay in hospital. For the first few days you can experience some discomfort, pain or swelling. This is reduced with the help of pain killers and sedatives. Its best that these sedatives are given as prescribed by the doctor as overdose of painkillers is basically harmful for the body. It's best to relax at home for a week after the surgery, a bed rest is more often recommended. The stitches are usually removed after a week and these days the stitches are given with some protein enzymes which basically dissolve. Patients can start walking immediately after the surgery and it as this prevails in…

Get Positive Buzz: How Image Recovery and Prepared Crisis Management Can Help Save Millions
RecoverySoft / May 11, 2018

When we talk about debacles, mishaps, accidents, crimes, disasters, or fiascos, media strategy and focused crisis concepts should be part of crisis management training – for communications division staff members in any size company. Handling a crisis once it can be very complex. However, when plans are in place beforehand, businesses can rise above any unexpected situation. What's the first thing a communications division should say when answering questions about a media debacle? If the plan is not to make a statement, it will only leave the media to form their hypothetical stories. Having a prepared statement means planning ahead and knowing what you are going to say if there is ever an emergency. When you have a plan of action, it means having the ability to withstand a crisis within minutes. Implementing a media plan in case of a crisis is like putting together a playbook of protocols where you take full responsibility. An important factor for preparedness recovery is that a crisis can hit any company, no matter the size, notoriety, services, or reputation. We saw these types of missteps happen with the food-safety crisis of Chipotle, a communications debacle of Paula Deen, and the emissions "defeat device"…

Business Disaster Recovery
RecoverySoft / April 24, 2018

Technology is becoming increasingly necessary and crucial for the business world. It does not matter what type of business we’re talking about – everyone, from huge multinational corporations to small business run from home, uses computers now to get the jobs done. Bookkeeping, accounting, orders, shipping and receiving, financial records, customer and client records, product lists and catalogs, and more are all stored on computers and that makes those computers and the data contained on them crucial components of any size enterprise’s day to day operating. But computers are not infallible. They are subject to crashes, so smart business owners make sure to back up their data in case something like that happens, whether they use an external hard drive or a stack of discs to get the job done. Unfortunately, while that is an important step to take in making sure your business is secure, those external drives and discs are still potentially not secure enough – if a disaster, be it man made or natural, occurs, then not only can the computer itself be ruined, so can those backup drives and storage discs. And that’s why disaster recovery is extremely important for companies both large and small. “Disaster…

Overcoming Health Anxiety – How the Internet is Preventing Your Recovery
RecoverySoft / April 19, 2018

Overcoming health anxiety is often made harder than it needs to be, simply because a few simple rules are broken. One of these fundamental rules that should never be broken is investigating your own physical symptoms on Google. This is a road to disaster, and the sooner you get off it, the sooner your health anxiety will lose its grip on you. Googling your symptoms is done with good intentions: you're worried about a physical symptom that you have, and want to reassure yourself that it's nothing serious, so you look it up online and you typically find what you're looking for – an answer to what your symptom is, and the reassurance that it's not a sign of a terrible disease or illness. But the trouble is, as someone with an anxiety disorder, you can not switch off that easily, and the logical part of your mind is overpowered by all the "what ifs." This invariably compels you to continue researching your symptoms online, and you'll keep this up until it leads you somewhere terrible. As the compilation to investigate your symptoms worsens, you'll discover that you can link even the most harmless symptom to all kinds of unthinkable…