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Windows 10 SSD Failure Warning

Windows 10 Operating System Will Warn Users of SSD Failure

When a hard disk drive (HDD) is on the brink of failure, users can easily tell by the physical signs like grinding or clicking noises, the computer running slowly, or missing files after a power surge. But what about solid-state

Windows Unmountable Boot Volume Error

What Is an Unmountable Boot Volume Error?

Windows users are all too familiar with the error messages that plague their screens. Each of these errors is the result of different issues within a hard drive or the operating system itself. When these errors appear, it is important

How Often Should I Backup Data

How Often Should I Back Up My Files?

One thing that most every tech user hears about is the importance of backing up the files on their computers and other devices. It is crucial to have multiple copies of your information so when your hard drive, phone, or

Types of Hard Drives

Types of Hard Drives and How to Choose

When people think of the word “hard drive” they may generalize it is a rectangular piece of machinery that powers a computer. However, there are several different types of hard drives on the market today and each offers a different

Primary Cause of Hard Drive Failure

What is the Primary Cause of Hard Drive Failure?

Hard drive failure can happen for a variety of reasons and the primary cause can constantly change depending on how people treat their devices. At a basic level, the main cause of any hard drive failure is either physical or

What Is A SATA Drive

What is a SATA Hard Drive?

A SATA (Serial Advanced Technology Attachment) drive is a more common form of data storage than you may think. Though not as popular as the more recent solid-state drives, SATA drives are seen in desktop computers, laptops, and even gaming

Lifespan of a Solid State Drive

What is the Lifespan of a Solid State Drive?

As technology has progressed, mechanical hard drives are no longer the only storage option for your computer or laptop. Solid State Drives (SSD) are a sleeker and more efficient type of drive that uses flash memory instead of platters and

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