Benefits of Disaster Recovery As a Service
RecoverySoft / August 10, 2018

In any business, especially in an IT firm, data is one of the key elements used in running daily operations. There are several ways in which a firm can store and protect its data. In the past, disaster preparation would often require IT staff to travel to off-premise data centers and/or copy corporate data onto tapes. However, advances in technology and computing platforms have enabled the creation of better and more scalable data storage mechanisms. These have paved the way for complete Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solutions that can be used instead of internal IT teams. When data is breached or hacked into, uncontrollable losses will occur. To prevent this, many companies opt to have in place disaster response measures and even dedicated teams for managing such situations. Today, you’ll find two main categories of computing: cloud computing and hardware server-based computing. This includes the use of DRaaS or traditional backup methods to protect and store data. With current technology, DRaaS offers several advantages over traditional backup and disaster recovery methods. DRaaS is quite reliable and helps address many challenges, including mobility, portability and high performance, among other features. Traditional disaster recovery does not offer the capabilities that…

Runtime Error 203 – What Does it Mean, How Can I Get Rid of it?
RecoverySoft / July 25, 2018

What is runtime error 203? If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably just experienced one. Unfortunately, there isn’t a great deal of information available online (as you’ve probably already noticed.) Fortunately for you, you’ve just found one of the few available pages about the problem! Runtime error 203 is memory related. Many of this type of problem–not just 203–are memory related. Usually it means that, for whatever reason, your computer doesn’t have enough current memory to keep up with the program that delivered the error message. How can you fix this problem with computer memory? There are a few things you can try. 1. Close down unnecessary programs that you see running. It may be possible for you to fix this problem simply by closing out other running software on your computer. Close out all the other programs that you know are running. 2. Check for other programs that you may not know are running. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del. In Windows Vista, this will take you to a multi-choice screen. Click on “Task Manager”. In earlier versions of Windows, this key sequence should take you straight to the task manager. The task manager is a little box that shows you the programs…

PDF File Recovery From Formatted Hard Drives
RecoverySoft / July 2, 2018

Data recovery from different file formats involves different procedures. Portable Document Format (PDF) enables users to protect their file modification and thereby, avoids misinterpretation of data. You can create your PDF file from an existing word document by clicking a few buttons. This article is about restoring your corrupted or damaged PDF. Restoring a PDF from the Recycle Bin is one way of recovering your data. Some users will need to recover their formatted PDFs. There is a different procedure for extracting data from a deleted, formatted PDF file. As we know, the deleted data is never actually lost. Its address is free for some other data, but the deleted data remains on hard disk at some other location. Diskgetor recovery tool is useful for extracting deleted data from formatted hard disks. Diskgetor can also extract PDF files from SD cards, memory cards and USB drives. It is a powerful utility tool, which can even recover data that has been washed out from the Recycle Bin. It is a tool used by professionals. Two ways of recovering PDF document: • You can recover the formatted partition and then, extract the PDF files from that partition. • Extract PDF data without…

How to Transfer Files and Settings From a Windows XP PC to Windows 7 With an External Hard Drive
RecoverySoft / June 29, 2018

How to Transfer Files and Settings Between two Windows PCs This article is to demonstrate a way to transfer data from a Windows XP or Vista computer to a Windows 7 computer using Windows Easy Transfer (WET). Windows Easy Transfer is a file transferring program included in new versions of Microsoft Windows operating system which allows the moving of files and settings between two computers. The program assists migration of Windows XP or Windows Vista to ac computer running Windows 7. It makes easy for you to copy files and settings from Windows XP or Vista. You can also use this program to transfer data between two computers which run Windows 7. 1- Hardware requirements: To transfer data, you can use LAN (Local Area Network), USB drive, external hard drive and CD, DVD or Windows Easy Transfer cable. On this article, we will show how to transfer data with external hard drive. Things you need: External hard drive; Two computers: one with Windows XP or Vista, one with Windows 7. 2. Data transferring: The purpose is to copy WET to your Win XP computer and let it copy files and settings. Firstly, connect your external hard drive to the Windows…

When Data Recovery Becomes Impossible
RecoverySoft / April 3, 2018

Data Recovery Can Sometimes Becomes Unfeasible And Unable To Realize: If you have a hard drive that has crashed, the most important thing you can do is contact a data recovery professional immediately. Make sure you aren’t being charged evaluation fees if you have a standard IDE hard drive. Most companies only charge evaluation fees for complex RAID and network server drives. It is important to do your homework, call and talk with the companies. When you find one that you feel comfortable with, give them a chance. Your hardest job, may be finding data recovery firms that actually have someone available to answer the phones. Ask questions and be sure to have the following information available: Size of the drive, Operating system (i.e. Windows 98, Windows XP, etc.), Situation of failure (what happened just before the drive stopped working), is the drive recognized by the computer or not. Lost Data can be recovered: Whether you own your own business or work for someone that does you’ll find that data protection is one of the smartest and safest approaches you can take to ensure the profitability and livelihood of your business. When dealing with data recovery and protection it is…

How to Recover Lost Pictures From Fujifilm FinePix AX250 Camera
RecoverySoft / April 1, 2018

Fujifilm FinePix AX250 belongs to the company’s A-series which has made point-and-shoot digital photography affordable, easy and convenient. The AX250 is based around a 14.0 megapixel sensor, Fujinon-branded 5X optical zoom lens and 2.7 inch LCD monitor. The AX250 allows you to capture everyday moments in the form of beautiful and crisp pictures. The user-friendly camera stores data in Secure Digital (SD) cards including the SDHC cards. If these cards give you the advantage of clicking countless moments, they have some limitations as well. The pictures clicked from your AX250 can become inaccessible if these cards develop a technical glitch. But, most of the glitches can be resolved by formatting the card in your AX250 camera. However, to retrieve images and videos you must use an appropriate backup. In case the backup is not available, AX250 data can still be recovered using a camera recovery software. Sample this: You have returned from a marvelous family trip. When you try and load the memory card in your AX250 camera to view the pictures from the trip, you may come across the following error: “Card not initialized” The eruption of the sudden error can be a bolt from blue as you won’t…