Recover Deleted Files in Windows – The Easiest Way
RecoverySoft / August 18, 2018

You can easily recover deleted files in Windows. Do not believe the claims that retrieving lost file is risky or impossible without the help of data recovery firms. These claims are pure marketing gimmicks so that you can be encouraged to pay top dollars for data recovery. The truth is that recovering deleted files from your hard drive is simple. You do not have to spend an arm and a leg to get back your files. What you need is reliable software to recover data. Using such software is the fastest, cheapest and most convenient approach to retrieve deleted files from your computer. Understanding How Windows Deletes Files When you delete files from your computer, Windows transfers them in the Recycle Bin. This is a utility for easily restoring deleted files and folders. However, bigger files and those deleted from removable media will skip the Recycle Bin. Files that have been deleted are removed from the active folders. The space they previously occupied is simply marked as deleted which means they can be written over by the system. These files can still be recovered if you act quickly. If you wait too long, Windows may allocate the spaces for other…

Backup Software That Protects Your Data
RecoverySoft / August 18, 2018

Protect your data with backup software Hard drives are marked as reliable, but the reality tells a different story. It's only a matter of time until a hard drive crashes and you lose all your important data if you're not prepared. And even if your hard drive does not fail due to physical errors, virus attacks, software or user errors, even theft threats intervale increasing exponentially the probability of losing your data. So why do you need a backup software? In almost every industry it is well known that the cost of prevention is less than the cost of repairing / fixing what went wrong. Even so billions of dollars are lost every year because of data loss. This is why you need backup software, and you need to have your data protected. This way if the inevitable hits, you can easily restore data from your most recent backup. There are many backup programs out there, so choosing one might be a difficult task. In any case, when you choose a backup application you have to be sure that it will make backing up as easy as possible, so that it will not be a time consuming process on your…

Recover Deleted Files in Windows – The Easiest Way
RecoverySoft / August 18, 2018

You can easily recover deleted files in Windows. Do not believe the claims that retrieving lost file is risky or impossible without the help of data recovery firms. These claims are pure marketing gimmicks so that you can be encouraged to pay top dollars for data recovery. The truth is that recovering deleted files from your hard drive is simple. You do not have to spend an arm and a leg to get back your files. What you need is reliable software to recover data. Using such software is the fastest, cheapest and most convenient approach to retrieve deleted files from your computer. Understanding How Windows Deletes Files When you delete files from your computer, Windows transfers them in the Recycle Bin. This is a utility for easily restoring deleted files and folders. However, bigger files and those deleted from removable media will skip the Recycle Bin. Files that have been deleted are removed from the active folders. The space they previously occupied is simply marked as deleted which means they can be written over by the system. These files can still be recovered if you act quickly. If you wait too long, Windows may allocate the spaces for other…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / August 17, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

How to Setup File Sharing in Windows 7
RecoverySoft / August 17, 2018

If you have multiple computers at home and want to network them together to share files and devices then this article is for you! In this article I'll show how to setup file sharing in a mixed environment maintaining Windows 7 and Windows XP. The computer that will be sharing (serving) the files will be the Windows 7 computer. The computer that will be accessing the shared files on the Windows 7 PC will be a Windows xp computer. This article assumes that you either: A: have your internal software firewalls disabled since they can often obstruct network access. Only do this if you access the internet through a router (or a wireless router). Egypt B: know how to allow network access to your internal subnet. Since you're reading this article it's pretty safe to assume that you have no idea what I'm talking about in point B. Just go ahead and turn off your firewalls (for now at least). On your Windows 7 computer: 1. Click the Windows globe on the bottom left (the old start button). 2. Right-click "Computer" and click properties. 3. Take note of the Workgroup name. On your Windows XP computer: 1. Click Start. 2….

Recover Deleted Files in Windows – The Easiest Way
RecoverySoft / August 16, 2018

You can easily recover deleted files in Windows. Do not believe the claims that retrieval lost file is risky or impossible without the help of data recovery firms. These claims are pure marketing gimmicks so that you can be encouraged to pay top dollars for data recovery. The truth is that recovering deleted files from your hard drive is simple. You do not have to spend an arm and a leg to get back your files. What you need is reliable software to recover data. Using such software is the fastest, cheapest and most convenient approach to retrieve deleted files from your computer. Understanding How Windows Deletes Files When you delete files from your computer, Windows transfers them in the Recycle Bin. This is a utility for easily restoring deleted files and folders. However, larger files and those deleted from removable media will skip the Recycle Bin. Files that have been deleted are removed from the active folders. The space they previously occupied is simply marked as deleted which means that they can be written over by the system. These files can still be recovered if you act quickly. If you wait too long, Windows may allocate the spaces for…

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / August 16, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

How to Setup File Sharing in Windows 7
RecoverySoft / August 16, 2018

If you have multiple computers at home and want to network them together to share files and devices then this article is for you! In this article I'll show how to setup file sharing in a mixed environment maintaining Windows 7 and Windows XP. The computer that will be sharing (serving) the files will be the Windows 7 computer. The computer that will be accessing the shared files on the Windows 7 PC will be a Windows xp computer. This article assumes that you either: A: have your internal software firewalls disabled since they can often obstruct network access. Only do this if you access the internet through a router (or a wireless router). Egypt B: know how to allow network access to your internal subnet. Since you're reading this article it's pretty safe to assume that you have no idea what I'm talking about in point B. Just go ahead and turn off your firewalls (for now at least). On your Windows 7 computer: 1. Click the Windows globe on the bottom left (the old start button). 2. Right-click "Computer" and click properties. 3. Take note of the Workgroup name. On your Windows XP computer: 1. Click Start. 2….

How to Fix Windows Server 2008 Boot Loader
RecoverySoft / August 15, 2018

If the boot loader to your Windows Server 2008 machine gets corrupted or deleted for whatever reason, it really is a painstaking process to get it fixed. The boot loader to my machine got deleted somehow while I was resizing partitions. After scouring the web, I could not find anything on rebuilding the boot loader for Windows Server 2008. All I could find were instructions to restore a Windows Vista boot loader but luckily, the process for Server 2008 is similar. Due to the lack of recovery tools on the Server 2008 installation CD, the boot loader must be rebuilt manually. For this guide, I’m going to assume your installation has a drive letter of C:. Insert the Server 2008 installation CD into your DVD-ROM. Restart your computer and boot from the CD. Choose to repair your computer, then open the command prompt. At the command prompt, use the following commands: c: cd boot bootsect /nt60 c: /force /mbr bootrec /rebuildbcd After using the “bootrec /rebuldbcd” command, you will be prompted to accept a Windows installation. Accept the installation, then wait for the process to finish. Once it’s done, reboot your comptuer and you should have a boot loader ready…

Recover Deleted Files in Windows – The Easiest Way
RecoverySoft / August 15, 2018

You can easily recover deleted files in Windows. Do not believe the claims that retrieval lost file is risky or impossible without the help of data recovery firms. These claims are pure marketing gimmicks so that you can be encouraged to pay top dollars for data recovery. The truth is that recovering deleted files from your hard drive is simple. You do not have to spend an arm and a leg to get back your files. What you need is reliable software to recover data. Using such software is the fastest, cheapest and most convenient approach to retrieve deleted files from your computer. Understanding How Windows Deletes Files When you delete files from your computer, Windows transfers them in the Recycle Bin. This is a utility for easily restoring deleted files and folders. However, larger files and those deleted from removable media will skip the Recycle Bin. Files that have been deleted are removed from the active folders. The space they previously occupied is simply marked as deleted which means that they can be written over by the system. These files can still be recovered if you act quickly. If you wait too long, Windows may allocate the spaces for…