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1. A Hard Disk Drive Under The Microscope
About a third of HDD repair cases involve malfunctions caused by natural causes. The hard disc drive is the most unreliable part of the computer. But two thirds of cases could be simply avoided. The user should only use this complex device properly.
Users often try to handle the situation themsel...
2. Windows does not detect the hard drive - The hard drive is not defined in BIOS
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:23:14
Basically, this specific malfunction can somehow be connected with the hardware of our computer, that is, with malfunctions and errors of the OS or with the wrong BIOS configuration.
Thus, our computer has successfully turned on, passed the necessary procedure but on the screen instead of a gree...
3. Several Ways to Prevent Premature Death of Your HDD drive!
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:23:17
The inspiration to write this article was caused by one bad issue - my HDD drive was going to die on my server. Though it was not noticeable visually, I caught sight of SMART records on time.
This all is about HDD troubleshooting and recovery.
4. Data Recovery From Hard Drives With a Faulty Controller
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:30:24
More often we have to face with a problem that users complain about low quality of modern hard disks. A lot of people say that these problems occur because the disks from sinking supply of Taiwan of the previous year are sold, but in practice customers, who buy new disks of the current year, don'...
5. Vulnerability of HDD
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:44:20
In the process of data recovery and maintenance of hard drives many cases are as equal as twins - the only difference is in order number and HDD types. I decided to describe typical data loss cases and considering their repetition, it would be useful for many users to learn about it.
6. Recovery of Hard Disk Sections With the Help of TestDisk Program
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:30:25
The utility program, which we'll discuss here, is very effective for recovery of damaged or deleted sections of hard disk. It's very pleasant and simple to use. Although its form is rather simple, it's rather functional in usage. The main advantage of TestDisk is that it exists in two variants: s...
7. Data Recovery From Flash Drive: Guidance
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:33:28
People often don't even think whether their files, which are stored on their flash drives, are safe or not . But sometimes such situations happen: all data, which is stored at these tiny carriers, become unavailable. It'll be pitifully to loose not only entertainment files, such as pictures, phot...
8. HDD Repair at Home and Flash Card Data Recovery
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:24:29
Modern HDD have a tendency to decreasing of cost of storing an item of information. For example, the first HDD for personal computers had capacity of 10 Mb (it's not a misprint) and cost 5000 (five thousands) of evergreen presidents. Nowadays you are able to buy a storage device of 2 Tb for the s...
9. Password Harvesting From the Memory of Switched off Computer.
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:22:29
Forensic experts from Information Security and Incident Response Unit at the University of Thrace, in cooperation with fellow from the department of applied informatics of the Macedonian University in Thessaloniki, published a curious study (pdf), in which they show a possibility of harvesting da...
10. 10 Ways to Avoid Data Loss
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:40:31
Regardless of your HDD brand data loss is just a matter of time. No matter what causes the loss - whether mechanical damage or anything else - data recovery from hard disc drives of notebook computers, single servers or RAID servers will always be in great demand. In general, data is lost for the...
11. A Scarred Drive: 3,5" HDD Western Digital SATA.
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:41:25
The patient was 3,5" HDD Western Digital SATA (if I remember the model right...)
The declared malfunction: it does not function, and the power is on nothing happens.
If we look closer this patient has a long crack that looks like a torn scar in the electronic board. The damage is quite serious - ...
12. Hard Disk Drives: Are They Necessary? Proper Use Of the HDD
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:24:29
Many people believe that hard drives are now outliving their usefulness and the future belongs to solid state drives. Many users say that they have finally given up on the reliability of hard drives and are now switching over to solid state drives instead. Will HDDs soon become needless?
13. Why It Is Very Difficult to Delete Important Information From SSDs: Study Results
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:30:26
A study held by scientists has demonstrated a very important security results for all banks, companies and enterprises. The study shows that sometimes it is impossible to delete files stored on a solid-state drive using traditional ways of data deletion.
Even if new generation data storage device...
14. RAID 5 Recovery
Computers & Electronics - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 01:32:19
RAID 5 recovery is one of the most called-for services, because RAID-arrays of the 5th level are still most popular among server owners and data warehouse. Well, they really have some some advantages: high productivity, fault tolerance, not high price of footprint. Sometimes these advantages are ...
Computers & Electronics - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 18:53:54
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