Data Recovery 101

Almost all computer users have experienced this at least once – the need to get back a deleted /lost data file. This could happen as a result of a software failure, hardware failure, human error, power related problems, damage caused by flood / water, vandalism, virus damage, damage by fire / heat / smoke and sabotage. Whatever the cause and reason that you need  data   recovery  there is no reason to panic, for help is at hand. The need and urgency to recover  data  has resulted in a plethora of  data   recovery  software to rescue you from a crisis like situation.

Unless the hard disk is not working normally, the need for professional service is almost rendered unnecessary. If the hard disk is not making any weird noise like scratching, scraping or ticking (which means it is in good condition)  data   recovery  can be done with the use of proper  data   recovery  software, without the help of any technical personnel. The  data   recovery  software that is available can be used for Mac, NT/2000/XP and RAID  data   recovery . The  data   recovery  software is also FAT and MFT compliant.

Hard drive  data   recovery  is possible from small hard drives of 2 GBs to big hard drives of 120 GBs. Hard drive  data   recovery  requires the presence of technicians if there is a hard drive crash.

 Data   recovery  software used for NT  data   recovery  provides  recovery  of deleted files from the recycle bin, partition  recovery  from deleted partition or formatted logical drives, from lost folders and performs  data   recovery  even if MFT is severely corrupted. NT  data   recovery  software also recovers emails and all forms of files. Mac  data   recovery  software recovers HFS and HFS+ File System  Data . Mac  data   recovery  software also recovers partition if partitions are deleted or formatted, files from Lost or Missing Mac folders. Mac  data   recovery  software recognizes and preserves long file names when recovering Mac files and folders as well as provides full support for IDE, EIDE, SCSI and SATA drives.

‘Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks’ or RAIDS offers better  data   recovery  chances as long as the drives are cloned. RAID is a collection of hard disks that act as a single better hard disk than the individual ones. The hard disks of RAID operate independent of each other. A single drive failure is absorbed by RAID and does not result in loss of data. However, when RAID fails, it fails big time and then RAID  data   recovery  software is used to retrieve  data . Raid  data   recovery  software recovers both RAID software and hardware.

Source by Natalie Aranda

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