How to Fix the Red Screen of Death
RecoverySoft / October 16, 2018

The “Red Screen Of Death” is an error that mainly appears in Windows XP & Vista. It was phased out in Windows 7 but is still a big problem for many people around the world. This tutorial is going to show you how to fix this problem for good. The red screen error is what’s known as a ‘fatal’ error that is developed by Windows when something seriously bad happens. Like its counterpart – the “blue screen of death” – the red error makes Windows restart instantaneously and can make you lose your programs and other data. The error is typically reserved for “boot loader” issues inside Windows Vista. The first thing you need to do to fix this error is to see if you can boot up Windows. If you cannot boot up Windows, then the likelihood is that the “boot loader” is broken and you should fix it by reinstalling your system. This can be done (in simple terms) by putting the installation disk into the CD drive and then booting from it. You should perform a fresh install which should replace all the damaged files that could be causing this issue. If you find that you’re able…

How To Keep Your Computer Clean With CCleaner
RecoverySoft / October 15, 2018

How can I keep my computer clean and tidy? When we are asked by friends and family how can they keep their computer clean, the one tool we always recommend is CCleaner. CCleaner differs from antivirus tools as it designed to keep your computer tidy – think Jacques from Finding Nemo! CCleaner will search through your computer and clear out all of the files that have been created when you surf the internet or install software. The majority of these files are benign and pose no threat to you, but they do take up space on your computer so let CCleaner remove them for you. CCleaner will not delete documents and photos from your desktop of the common document folders. CCleaner will work on Windows; IOS (Apple) and Android mobiles. Tell me more about CCleaner and what it can do for me! When you open CCleaner, you will immediately see an ‘Analyse’ button which when pressed, CCleaner will calculate how much space can be recovered from deleting temporary system files. Once you are happy, press the ‘Run Cleaner’ button and all will be removed from your system. NOTE – if you have an internet browser such as Internet Explorer or…

Diy Disk Cleanup Program No Programme Tech Need, No Tool Need
RecoverySoft / October 14, 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. (*. Tmp, *. _mp) log files (*.log), temporary help files (*.gid), Windows file fragment (*. Chk), temporary backup files (*. Old, *. Bak) and other temporary files. Especially if you does not clear up 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 smoothly 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 follow text, click “Save as”, choose “Save in” as “Desktop” ,type the filename as…

Combating Risks of Permanent Data Loss During Hard Drive Failures
RecoverySoft / October 13, 2018

If you happen to have your hard disk drive fail at some point, you will be most likely in a panic-stricken situation, asking yourself how do I fix it. It is an arduous job for a rookie to dive into the problem and analyze the culprits. In reality, hard disk drive failures are not easy to fix and make you lose your valuable data. The more you fiddle with your drive, the more you ruin the chances of a successful recovery. Any non-professional attempt at recovery can cause irreparable data loss. There are many contributing factors to a hard disk failure. Any mechanical device is subject to wear and tear with time. Hard drives are mechanical devices vulnerable to circuitry and mechanical failures. This remains a fact even if you are extra vigilant and keep a close eye on your hard drive. The firmware embedded in your drive also has a good chance of being shorted out by a power surge. Additionally, the read / write heads that move above the platter may get misaligned due to a drop, improper handling of the device, or more. Hard drive failures can manifest in different forms and each failure is followed by…

What Happens To A File Once You Hit Delete
RecoverySoft / October 12, 2018

If you chose not to tinker around with your Windows operating system, then the file automatically goes in the Recycle Bin. If you ever decide you still need the file, you can simply search through the trash (a funny concept Microsoft makes us go through) and you'll find your deleted file intact and easily recoverable. However, if you disable the Recycle Bin, things will go slightly different. Most of us consider deleting a file permanent. After all, you can not see it in the directory structure so it's definitely not there. Unfortunately (or well, fortunately, depending on how you look at the situation) when it comes to computers, seeing is not necessarily a promise for believing. A file does not get permanently destroyed and eradicated from your memory by simply deleting it from the directory structure. Instead, it is kept safe in a free memory area, stored in case you change your mind and need your file back. What gets deleted is the link pointing towards the file, so if you would compare a file to a book page, deleting the file does not tear the page out of the book, but rather deletes the page's index from the table…

A Guide to Data Backup and Why You Need It
RecoverySoft / October 3, 2018

The purpose for the data backup is so that in the event anything were ever to happen to your computer, for instance if it were to get a virus or something else that to disrupted or even completely deleted any of your files or personal information, you would have the data backup and so you would be able to get all the information back. There are a few different options that you can choose from when it comes to data backup, including online data backup for one because it is so convenient and because it is often free as well. There are many different methods that you can choose to use to backup your computer data, but regardless there are a few things that you are going to require. All that is required to store your information on a drive or disk separate from your computer will depend on the method that you choose. For instance if you operate on a home LAN system, you can transfer your files onto the other computers on the network so that if the computer you use primarily even went down you would have the information still stored on these other computers. If you…

Benefits of Disaster Recovery As a Service
RecoverySoft / October 3, 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 broken 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…

Codependency Addiction: Stages of Disease and Recovery
RecoverySoft / October 1, 2018

Codependency has been referred to as "relationship addiction" or "love addiction." Our focus on others helps alleviate our pain and inner emptiness, but by ignoring ourselves, it only grows. This habit becomes a circular, self-perpetuating system that takes on a life of its own. Our thinking becomes obsessive, and our behavior compulsive, despite adverse consequences. Examples may be calling a partner or ex we know we should not, sacrificing ourselves, finances, or values ​​to accommodate someone, or snooping out of jealousy or fear. This is why codependency has been referred to as an addiction. Experts agree that addiction is a disease, similar to other medical conditions. The American Society of Addiction Medicine defines addiction as a chronic, progressive brain disease, affecting the reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. It's characterized by craving, denial, dysfunctional emotional responses, and inability to consistently abstain and control behavior. To diagnose a mild substance use disorder, the Diagnostic Statistical Manual (DSM-V) requires only two out of 11 symptoms, which can vary in severity on a continuum. However, there is not universal consensus on the definition of "disease" itself. Previously, the definition required that it be chronic and progressive. Now, the American Medical Association defines disease…

Ingrown Toenail Remedies
RecoverySoft / October 1, 2018

People looking for ingrown toenail remedies are in almost all circumstances dealing with the discomfort that comes from an ingrown toenail and the pain that can vary depending on the severity of the issue and how early the problem is caught. In most instances when searching for ingrown toenail remedies individuals suffering from the potentially debilitating problem are trying to avoid having to go see a podiatrist (foot doctor) because of the cost, time commitment, and in many instances fear or embarrassment of going to see a doctor over a foot issue. Popular ingrown toenail remedies that have worked with varying degrees of success based on the unique circumstances of each individual include: Placing a small piece of cotton between the toenail and the part of the toe where the problem is occurring. This means inserting a small piece of cotton,usually taken from a cotton ball, in the upper corner of the nail where the contact is made between the ingrown nail and the inflamed portion of the toe. The cotton serves as a buffer to offer relief from the constant puncturing created as the nail grows into the skin on the toe. Place the affected toe(s) in warm to…

Software Cracks
RecoverySoft / September 30, 2018

Software cracking is reverse software engineering. It is the modification of software to remove protection methods. The distribution and use of the copies is illegal in almost every developed country. There have been many lawsuits over the software, but mostly to do with the distribution of the duplicated product rather than the process of defeating the protection, due to the difficulty of proving guilt. The most common software crack is the modification of an application’s binary to cause or prevent a specific key branch in the program’s execution. This is accomplished by reverse engineering the compiled program code using a debugger until the software cracker reaches the subroutine that contains the primary method of protecting the software. The binary is then modified using the debugger or a hex editor in a manner that replaces a prior branching opcode so the key branch will either always execute a specific subroutine or skip over it. Almost all common software cracks are a variation of this type. Proprietary software developers are constantly developing techniques such as code obfuscation, encryption, and self-modifying code to make this modification increasingly difficult. In the United States, the passing of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) legislation made…