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Knowledgebase – Tips and Tricks

Knowledgebase - Tips and Tricks

While you should never attempt to repair digital media or recover your own files, you can often prevent file damage by taking immediate action after a disaster. This part of our blog contains tips to help you avoid data loss.

Plug-Ins Create New Browser Security Holes

Plug-Ins Create New Browser Security Holes

Web browsers have grown increasingly secure, but the most frequent flaw in browser security has become browser plug-ins. These are not the extensions installed on the browser (though they can pose risks, too), but they are plug-ins that web pages

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5 Things You Didn’t Know about Cleanroom Data Recovery

When choosing a data recovery company it is always important to find a provider that operates a certified “cleanroom.” This is primarily true if you have a hard drive – internal or external – that has physical damage. Opening a

How Much Do Data Recovery Services Cost?

How Much Does Data Recovery Cost?

Almost all reputable data recovery companies will charge for individual scenarios, and that has sometimes led to confusion about the rate for professional data recovery services. To put it simply, in most cases you are not given a single flat

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A Quick Data Recovery Guide

Data recovery, clean rooms, and hard drives are terms we toss around at Secure Data Recovery headquarters. You might only use a computer only a few times a month or you are never far from it. But when something goes

When to try Do-It-Yourself Data Recovery

This week, we released an audio guide to diagnose the sound of hard drive failure. We know that our clients represent a wide range of experience with technology and we recognize the increasing demand for DIY solutions. It may seem

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What to do if your Computer Crashes

Whether it be an unsettling clicking sound or even worse-total unresponsive silence, the signs of a computer crash are hard to miss. Upon realizing that a computer has crashed, many people focus all efforts on what to do next. Panic

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Making the Move: Transferring Data

A new computer offers the potential for more space, faster processing speeds, and better organization. To get the most from your transition, most users will want to move all or at least some of their data and programs from an

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