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Updated On - 04 May 2020

How to Recover Deleted/Lost Files Free?

Data Recovery

Finding a free yet reliable Windows data recovery software is hard to believe, even though there is no dearth of options available online. But the data integrity matters a lot when it comes to choosing a dependable freeware solution. Ever faced Data loss situation? Have you ever come across a situation where you have lost…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

5 Simple Tips to Avoid Windows Corruption & Data Loss

Data Recovery

Data corruption in Windows refers to errors occurring while creating, modifying, or processing the information in a system file. Corruption either makes the file inaccessible or changes its data so that it become unusable. There are several reasons behind Windows corruption like virus attacks, increased file size, bad sectors on hard drive, abrupt exit from…

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Updated On - 20 Sep 2019

How to repair cyclic redundancy check (crc) errors using native solutions

Data Recovery

Ever encountered a condition while copying a file to a partition of hard disk, when a dialogue box is popped out like this. A CRC error is one such error that makes you helpless to transfer or access the data. This error can also occur when a new application file is installed in your hard…

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Updated On - 03 Sep 2019

How to Recover Lost Data From Unrecognized External Hard Drive

Data Recovery

Manual Trick to Recover Data from Unrecognized External Drive External hard disks are now available with extended limits to store TBs of data without any hassle. They can be used for storing backups as well. They often serve for the purpose of data recovery whenever the system’s main disk goes inaccessible. The situation becomes troublesome…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

How to outsmart WannaCry ransomware without paying Bitcoins?

Data Recovery

Last few days were terrible for most of the Windows users, especially for those were running the older versions like Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Many of them were greeted by a message “Ooops, your important files are encrypted,” following which their systems became completely inaccessible. Victims were not able to restart the computer…

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