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Secure Delete: How It Prevents Data Recovery

Depending on how heavy your computer use is, it could take a very long time before that space is actually overwritten, meaning that the file you thought you deleted is still lingering around.

11 / 08 / 2012 Mark Wilton

Photo and video recovery from a memory card with a corrupted file system

Just because you cannot access the memory card doesn’t necessarily mean that your data has been lost forever. In fact, even when something is deleted purposefully, it is actually only marked as being able to be overwritten.

11 / 02 / 2012 Andre Barton

Recovering hard drive data from a dead laptop

Don’t fear: there is a great and simple procedure that you can follow in order to recover hard drive data from a dead laptop.

11 / 01 / 2012 Mark Wilton

Memory Card Corruption

When a memory card becomes corrupted it means that there is damaged data that is stopping it from being read properly.

10 / 31 / 2012 Andre Barton

RAID 1 Data Recovery After Failed Hard Drive

RAID 1 is one of the most fault tolerant RAID levels, because it consists of mirrored independent disks.

10 / 25 / 2012 Steve Grant

Emergency Data Recovery

It’s a nightmare, but one that definitely can become reality. One day you could turn on your computer and find that you cannot access your files anymore.

10 / 23 / 2012 Andre Barton

How to Recover from a RAID 0 Failure

What RAID 0 is, what the potential pros and cons are, and, ultimately, how RAID 0 data recovery can be used in your IT infrastructure.

10 / 10 / 2012 Steve Grant

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