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3 Reasons to Back Up and Protect to Avoid Data Recovery

It is a well-known fact that computers play an important role in people’s lives. In fact, your computer might be more important to you than you ever thought. Just think about all the photos, videos, music, books, text files, presentations, and so on you have saved on your hard drive. You would hate to have something happen to your computer and find yourself with nothing but a bunch of pieces that are of no use to you. So, why should you be thinking about a back-up?
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Beware of System Restore Discs

Computer problems are always a real hassle, making you lose time and money. The most pressing issues are the ones which stop you from accessing your valuable data. System restore discs, also known as restore discs or recovery discs, are considered a viable alternative by some people who want to restore their laptops and PCs to their original settings. But is this the best approach?
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5 Huge Data Loss Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Instead of preserving their resources and reinvesting them wisely in their development, numerous companies worldwide are wasting time and money because they don’t know how to protect their data. Data loss associated with data recovery can be a catastrophic event, especially if you don’t know how to handle it the right way. Wondering how millions of enterprises actually manage to get in this sticky situation in the first place? Here are 5 of the most common mistakes that they make, leading to major data loss issues.
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Overheating Computer: How to Tell and What to Do

An overheating computer can impact your productivity at work and make you lose time and money. Last-generation hard drives have superior speeds, ranging from 7,000 revolutions per minute (RPM) to 10,000, and can reach temperatures of over 70 degrees Fahrenheit. You may be wondering: why should I worry about high temperatures inside my drive? The answer is simple: hard drives that are constantly exposed to extreme heat are more likely to crash and force you to invest in hard disk repair and data recovery.
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What Factors Make Hard Drive Evaluations So Long?

Hard drives are very sensitive, so assessing and fixing them can be a very delicate process, and it can only be done by highly trained professionals. According to a study done by Carnegie Mellon University, about 5% of all hard disks will fail within the first year-and-a-half. Surprised? Whether you are or not, you want to be ready if your hard drive calls it quits. When a hard drive fails, there are one or two things that could be the problem. The first is a logical failure, and the second is a physical failure.
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Overheating Computer: What Next?

In case you didn’t know, its bad when just about anything overheats. Some things start fires, some melt, and some even explode. Cars, people, kitchen utensils, or computers—you name it, it’s probably bad for it to overheat. Computers can have a wide range of reactions to too much heat. Sometimes the CPU is the part overheating, sometimes it’s the hard drive, and sometimes it’s a mix of multiple things. Depending on what the problem is, it may cause lasting damage to your machine. If your hard drive heats up too much you could lose all your data. If it’s your…
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The Baby has Been Banging on My Keyboard – Where Are My Deleted Files?

It has happened to all of us. For some reason, you have felt compelled to work at the computer with a toddler perched upon our lap. Getting into the spirit, as little people will, he pushes “delete” button and your work vanishes. Stuff gets lost on the average computers all the time. But, where do the deleted files go? Can they be brought back?
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Brain Surgery and Data Recovery – Do Not Try This at Home

Comedian Jeff Foxworthy, in his earlier years, did a little piece about how a redneck doctor handles brain surgery. “First, we gonna saw off the top of your head. Then we gonna root around in there with a stick and see if we can’t find that daggum clot.” This is precisely the method used by untrained computer users when they attempt to recover data lost as a result of a computer failure. Oh, they may not use a stick. They will usually go out and buy inexpensive data recovery software and attempt to find the missing data without the help…
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