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AutoRecover vs. Data Recovery

When a program crashes before you've saved your work, there may be an auto-recovered version. If not, a data recovery program may help.

01 / 25 / 2013 Patrick Leroy

How to Recover Outlook PST Files

If a Outlook PST file is corrupted, you may be able to recover it using these techniques.

01 / 25 / 2013 Patrick Leroy

Data Recovery Ethics and Privacy

You should always be wary of where your data is going and how it is going to be treated.

01 / 23 / 2013 Joe Keeley

Apple Time Capsule: What is it and why would I need it?

Apple describes it as “automatic wireless backup for your Mac” and it works in tandem with Time Machine in OS X. So what exactly does it do and do you need one?

01 / 03 / 2013 Mark Wilton

Lost+Found vs. Data Recovery

In Linux and Unix operating systems, there is a folder at the root called /lost+found. This is a special folder created and used by the system and is used to store bits of data that are “unlinked” from the file system.

12 / 28 / 2012 Andre Barton

Recovering Deleted or Unsaved Documents

Losing work in progress due to user error, power outage, system failure or other issues can be extremely frustrating.

12 / 24 / 2012 Andre Barton

Data Recovery from a Laptop

When hard drives fail on a server or desktop computer, it’s fairly simply to remove the hard disk drive and connect it to a working machine in order to perform a data recovery.

12 / 23 / 2012 Andre Barton

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