How to Recover Lost Data
RecoverySoft / May 30, 2018

It's happened unfortunately to many people. You turn on your computer and hear that dreaded click and realize that not only can you not get into windows, you have not made a backup of your precious files. At this point you have a few options. **** The following suggestions are offered as FREE advice and should be taken as such. I am in no way responsible if you destroy your hard drive by using any of these methods. **** 1. Put it in the freezer for 24 hours. SEAL IT IN A BAG TO PROTECT IT FROM MOISTURE. Hard drives are electrical devices and sometimes electrical devices overheat. Getting the drive good and cold and then trying to boot it again might make it function just long enough for you to get those precious wedding pictures. 2. Take the handle end of a screwdriver (while the drive is unplugged) and give it a firm but not hard tap on the center of the top of the drive (not the circuit board.) If you hit it too hard you can permanently destroy the disks. However, if sometimes a firm tap will get the drive spinning again long enough to get your…

All Types of Data Recovery Service Provider
RecoverySoft / April 16, 2018

Data recovery refers to the retrieval of lost data or information on your computer or electronic device owing to physical damage, virus attack, presence of corrupt or broken files etc. The Operating system becomes unable to read and identify the cluster of data due to the damage. The most common way to recover your data in case of loss is to have back-up files in external hard-drives, discs or having it shared on the internet. Setting up more than one partition in your existing hard-drive also helps in data back-up. If one partition is corrupt, the others remain fine. So the data in those partitions are retrievable and usable. Data recovery service is provided by a number of companies to recover and revive your lost data. There are a number of ways or methods by which lost data can be recovered. Most recovery services have trained professionals to Data Recovery Services by physically repairing the damaged part. The main storage cell of a computer is the hard disk. Companies provide efficient technology to have the parts repaired or replaced. When the hardware has been thoroughly checked and no threats have been found, the next part to look into is the…

How Do I Recover Data from a Damaged Hard Disk? Part 2
RecoverySoft / March 25, 2018

What the heck is disk imaging and how can it help us recover our hard disk data? I have no idea. Just kidding! I know. I'm a pro at this. Basically just think of it as taking a snapshot of the data you want to recover. You then draw from scratch some more data after you go back and fix all the internal damage to the file system. After this is done, you still may not be 100% back to normal, but you should at least get some of your data back. What tools do we need for this? Use a DOS tool like HDClone and that should do the trick. Most of the time you can recover data from all the non-physical parts of the hard disk. Some studies have been done with an open source program called DCFLdd on a Linux 2.4 Kernel system that actually screwed up the hard disk even more. And this is when the data was available and did not need to be recovered! So stick with DOS for now. Or if you have a friend in the FBI or police department, you could ask him to burn you a copy of ILook IXImager,…