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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

Data recovery from a corrupted external drive

External hard drives are becoming more affordable everyday and are often used by consumers when the main, internal drive has run out of storage space.

10 / 09 / 2012 Andre Barton

RAID 1 Data Recovery After a Virus Attack

RAID 1 can continue operating and serving data as long as one member disk is functional.

10 / 05 / 2012 Steve Grant

Full Format vs. Quick Format: Data Recovery After Reformatting

Two methods for reformatting your hard drive have slightly different results, but these differences may make or break your chances to recover data after a reformat.

10 / 01 / 2012 Steve Grant

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