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The Hassle of That One Missing Folder

The Hassle of That One Missing Folder

Nancy's old computer crashed and the hard drive just quit spinning. Everything that made Nancy's office efficient was in the Nancy folder and now that folder was trapped on a dead hard drive. After a few days, everyone began to notice that important templates, form letters, and other obscure pieces of information were no longer available. The Nancy folder doesn't have to be lost forever. It's all still there. Here are the important steps you need to take to recover the data.

XBox 360

Recovering data from your Xbox

One of the best additions to the console gaming market in recent years has been the inclusion of online services and the ability to download games directly to your system. These have been made by possible with the addition of internal hard drives but what happens if your drive fails and jeopardizes countless older games that are no longer available for download? Is there recovery options?

safely and securely dispose of your data

How to Safely and Securely Dispose of Your Data Without the Extremes

Believe it or not, simply deleting files will not permanently erase them from your hard drive. Formatting hard drives is a common way to make data unusable. But alas, reformatting may "cover up" the data, but it is still there and can be accessed. It's no wonder that people freeze and then take a hammer to their hard drives. How else could you be safe? Wait; don't throw your hard drive in the fire yet...

What's Trending: Far Cry 3

What’s Trending: Far Cry 3

Far Cry 3 is an open-world first person shooter-type PC game that is published by Ubisoft and incorporates several role-playing game aspects. The average player can expect to invest more than 35 hours into a single play through and up to 100 hours or more when multiplayer is taken into account. The loss of a set of gameplay saves could account for hundreds of hours of time invested into the game.

Recovering Deleted Data from a RAID 5 System

Recovering Deleted Data from a RAID 5 System

RAID 5 is one of the most common RAID configurations due to its high access speeds and reliable redundancy. However, RAID 5 redundancy does not protect against accidental deletion or other sources of logical file damage. If you unintentionally delete files or partitions from your RAID device, take the following steps to improve your chances of a successful recovery.

A Minecraft House with a Builder

Minecraft and the need for Data Recovery

In the world of Minecraft, the only limiting factor to your experience is creativity. Each world is an intricate combination of blocks that form whatever your imagination asks them to be, it just takes time. However, considering your time investment, what happens in the case of hardware failure or data corruption of the world file, hundreds if not thousands of hours could be lost.

Looking for Your Data in the Garbage

Looking for Your Data in the Garbage

One precious file lost in a terabyte of trash. Maybe the file is somewhere else? Maybe. Maybe. Maybe. Data recovery is so much easier when you know where the data is supposed to be. Maybe it is on that drive that crashed last week that had nothing but company party videos. Maybe it's time to start digging in that trash can. Looking for your precious data in the garbage isn't fun. You know it is somewhere on the drive. Maybe it is here under this...

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