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Do-It-Yourself Windows File Recovery Software: A Comparison

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Data Recovery from an Encrypted Volume (TrueCrypt)

While disk encryption vastly strengthens your data security, it also complicates your ability to recover your data should your disk become corrupted.

09 / 21 / 2012 Steve Grant

Data Recovery from Smartphones

Smartphones have shifted away from external storage media, such as SIM cards and SD cards, and now use built-in flash-based media for storing photos, contacts, videos, documents and other mobile multimedia.

09 / 19 / 2012 Steve Grant

Recovering Data from a Failed RAID 5

While RAID 5 protects against downtime and data loss caused by a single failed hard dive in the array, a RAID 5 remains vulnerable to other causes of data, such as virus attacks, accidental deletion, file system corruption, power outages, and user error. Recovering data from a RAID volume—particularly one that is corrupted—is significantly more difficult than recovering data from a single, independent disk.

09 / 10 / 2012 Steve Grant

Best Datarecovery Software Macintosh

06 / 07 / 1906

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