Recovering Deleted Or Lost Files
RecoverySoft / November 1, 2018

Oops! Five minutes after the fatal mistake you are still kicking yourself. How could you have Deleted that file? Do not worry; the same thing has happened to everyone at some point. Computers crash and people make mistakes, both of which make it impossible to access important data. Recovering deleted or lost files is sufficient possible, so it's time to look into some of the options available. Most commonly, people who need to recover their lost or deleted files turn to data recovery software. This software is usually inexpensive, often under $ 100. It is specifically designed so that a novice with little technical expertise can easily operate the programs and get his or her lost data back. Before buying any recovery software program, it's a good idea to research both the company it comes from and the reputation of the software program itself. The company should be a reputable company who has made a positive name for itself in the field of data recovery already. If possible, find a company that specializes in data recovery products only. You can find out about any potential program by just searching online for "[product name] reviews." Most consumer sites allow customers to…

The History Of Data Deduplication
RecoverySoft / October 11, 2018

Data deduplication has been around, at least in its most primitive form, since the 1970’s. It initially started because companies wanted to store large amount of customer contact information without using a large amount of storage space. One of the first ideas was to go through and remove duplicate data. For example, a company might have an address for shipping, and an address for billing to a given customer. In these cases, those identical addresses would be combined into one file. This was done by data entry clerks who would review the data line by line and get rid of duplicates. Of course, the amount of personnel needed to do this was extensive and it took a very long time. Sometimes, the data deduplication process would take months to complete. However, considering that most of this occurred on hard copy, it wasn’t a major problem. The big problems cam along when computer use became widespread in office environments. With computers in wide use and the explosion of the internet, the amount of data available exploded as well. Backup systems were created to ensure that companies would not lose all their data. As time went by, floppy discs and other external…

iSCSI Software
RecoverySoft / September 24, 2018

iSCSI software is the type of software used in network storage where iSCSI protocol is used. The basic storage network which deploys iSCSI is storage area network (SAN). iSCSI software enables the devices to become connected to the network, share storage space and have access to the data stored on storage servers. There can be two sets of devices which are in the network. The first are iSCSI initiators – the appliances which send SCSI commands and initiate the contact. The other are iSCSI targets – the devices which receive the commands sent by the iSCSI initiator. Therefore, depending on the status of the device, it will require special iSCSI software – for initiators, for targets or both, since one device can sometimes perform both roles. In the case of iSCSI software for initiators we can have the system initiator. It is a special service running in the operation system. Windows Vista and Windows 2008 are already equipped with iSCSI software for initiator, you only have to select it. In Windows XP and Windows 2003 you can download iSCSI initiator from Microsoft pages and install it. As far as targets are concerned there are also two possibilities. Many of the…

The KWP2000 Protocol in Automotive Diagnostic Applications
RecoverySoft / September 13, 2018

The KWP2000 protocol has become a de facto standard in automotive diagnostic applications. It is standardized as ISO 14230-3. KWP2000 describes the implementation of various diagnostic services you can accethrough the protocol. You can run KWP2000 on several transport layers such as K-line (serial) or CAN. Transport Protocol As KWP2000 uses messages of variable byte lengths, a transport protocol is necessary on layers with only a well defined (short) message length, such as CAN. The transport protocol splits a long KWP2000 message into pieces that can be transferred over the network and reassembles those pieces to recover the original message. KWP2000 runs on CAN on various transport protocols such as ISO TP (ISO 15765-2), TP 1.6, TP 2. 0 (Volkswagen), and SAE J1939-21. For KWP2000, the Automotive Diagnostic Command Set supports only the ISO TP (standardized in ISO 15765-2) and manufacturer-specific VW TP 2.0 transport protocols. Diagnostic Services The diagnostic services available in KWP2000 are grouped in functional units and identified by a one-byte code (ServiceId). The standard does not define all codes; for some codes, the standard refers to other SAE or ISO standards, and some are reserved for manufacturer-specific extensions. The Automotive Diagnostic Command Set supports the following…

Radio Talk Show Sample Format
RecoverySoft / September 10, 2018

You and your guest can call into your show up to 15 minutes prior to air time for any last minute issue discussion and to make sure you can hear your guest and they can hear you. When you set up your call you can and should set it up to open with everyone muted. Obviously you want to un-mute your guest as soon as they are seen on your control panel to have entered the call. Anyone that joins the call will join muted. You can un-mute them and re-mute them as their questions come up in the question cue when you start taking questions after you interview your guest. Don’t start recording the show until just before you start your show introduction. Here is a basic format for a talk show where you would be interviewing a guest and later opening the call for questions from your caller/participants: o Do you introduction to your show introducing yourself . . . Welcome your listeners and chat participants to . . . (State the name of your show and what it is about) example: This is (Your Name) and I want to welcome our callers and chatters to the (Name…

How To Permanently Delete Files?
RecoverySoft / August 18, 2018

To permanently delete a file it is not enough to press delete or to empty the recycle bin. Operating systems like Windows or Mac OS delete the file by marking it invisible and by releasing the disk space it was using. In fact, it is impossible to delete the file, you can only overwrite it with some other data. This basic principle of computer file system is used to undelete files. If we have, for example, accidentally deleted some file, we can recover it by using some undelete tool. If the data was not overwritten we can get the original file back as it was prior to deletion. For many computer users this behavior of files is not problematic. We don’t care what happens with the files after they are deleted. But there are cases when we care or at least we should care. When we would like to dump the old computer or donate it to somebody we don’t want to leave all the files on the disk. Deleting them or even formatting the disk does not solve the problem. With simple recovery tools it is possible to recover formatted partitions and deleted files. This is a problem because…

Diy Disk Cleanup Program No Program Tech Need, No Tool Need
RecoverySoft / August 12, 2018

Have you ever noticed your computer system free space reduces from day to day? Does your computer runs slower and slower day by day? WHY ?! Because Windows will generate quite a lot of junk files during installing and using, For instance, temporary files. Temporary files (* .gid), Windows file fragmentation (* .chk), temporary backup files (*. Old, *. files. Especially if you do not clear the temporary file "Temporary Internet Files" of IE, the buffer memory file will take up the disk space more than hundreds MB. Not only have these junk files wasted the valuable disk space, but also made the system as slow as a snail. Can you tolerate this situation ?! No! It is suffering! It is torturing! So you should clear up the systematic junk files regularly to keep the system "slim" and that will make the Net surfing smooth and easily! Now let us learn how to clean the systematic junk out! Just two simple steps to DIY your own Disk Cleanup program. Click "Start" -> "All Programs" -> "Accessories" -> "Notepad", copy the following text, click "Save as", choose "Save in" as "Desktop", type the filename as "DiskCleanUp.bat "(Without quotes), choose" Save as…

How to Clean the Junk Files In Your PC
RecoverySoft / July 22, 2018

What are junk files? These are the unwanted or useless files that accumulate in your personal computer or laptop over time. They could use up valuable memory space that would lead to your personal computer becoming ever so slow. These unwanted documents or items could affect the total performance of your PC. Finding them manually is impossible as they could be residing anywhere in your computer. You could run a quick scan in your PC and discover how many gigabytes of unwanted files you have on your hard drive. How do you acquire these junks in your PC? Unwanted items, folders or programs are actually temporary records designed to back up your work every time you use your computer. So if you use your Word program for instance, a temporary record is created to make your work smooth and to protect it from loss. When you are browsing the internet, various details about the sites you visited are stored in the browsers: “Cache, History and Cookie”. Installing and uninstalling useless or unnecessary programs would cause traces of these files to remain in your PC in the form of junk. However, these temporary items are not automatically deleted when you shut…

Touchscreen Digitizer – Symptoms and Cheap Replacements
RecoverySoft / July 3, 2018

If you have a touch screen cell phone, whether it’s an iPhone, iPad or any other brand name smartphone or pad, tablet, PDA or even a monitor that has a touch activated screen and it is suffering from any of the following symptoms, then you may need to replace the touchscreen digitizer. Some symptoms of digitizer problems may include: · Touchscreen does not respond when touched. · Touchscreen is slow to respond when touched. · Some areas of the touchscreen do not respond when touched. · Some areas when touched respond incorrectly or erratically. · Some applications seem to randomly open. In case you don’t know what a touchscreen digitizer is, and most people don’t, it is typically a thin plastic like film that adheres to the glass screen of your device that has a touch sensitive screen. This digitizer connects to the motherboard of your device and sends information regarding the location or position and movements of your finger or stylus on the screen. The digitizer basically is responsible for all of the touch functionalities of the touch screen. In other words any data input such as touching an icon to activate it, or virtual keyboard or even handwriting…

RAID Data Recovery – How It Works
RecoverySoft / June 14, 2018

RAID data recovery is probably one of the most complex processes any data recovery firm can perform. More often than not, the problems are compounded by the actions of the client prior to sending the drives in for recovery. Many users feel that it is important to try and recover the data themselves or repair the array through various system utilities, and this may be fine if the data is not critical. However, it has been our experience that when you have a RAID failure that has resulted in substantial data loss, more often than not, somebody’s job is on the line if that data is not recovered. The biggest piece of advise this article can provide in the event of a RAID failure: LEAVE IT ALONE. IT professionals have a lot of pressure placed on them when a catastrophic system failure occurs. It is their job to make sure that all systems are up and running. Many times, out of panic, troubleshooting processes are initiated in order to correct the problem. Often times these processes only make a bad situation even worse, and in many instances they can render the data unrecoverable. Let’s keep in mind what this data…