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Published On - 28 Jul 2020

How to Extract Content from VMDK Files?

Data Recovery

VMDK (Virtual Machine Disk), contains all the data stored by a Virtual Machine. A VMDK file consists of two parts – the “descriptor” file and the “flat” file. The descriptor file is a text file with details such as IDS, virtual hardware version, and disk geometry, and the flat file contains the actual Virtual Machine…

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Published On - 24 Jul 2020

Handling “0x800705b4” Error in Windows 10

Data Recovery

Windows 10 Updates can be run manually by visiting Settings>UPDATE & SECURITY>Windows Update. Here you can find the available update for Windows and run it at once. But do you know these updates even get blocked due to errors like “0x800705b4?” It is a Windows error that sometimes appears while trying to update Windows 10….

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Published On - 24 Jul 2020

Combating “BAD POOL HEADER” Error In Windows 10

Data Recovery

Many users complain about different types of blue screen errors the face while booting their Windows 10 system, including the recently popular “Bad Pool Header” error, which goes on appearing on each restart, making it impossible for the users to access Windows data and services. Let us ponder over this error in detail and find…

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Published On - 17 Jul 2020

Error Code “0xc000014c” In Windows 10 – Fixed

Data Recovery

Facing a blue screen error on your Windows 10 system with Error Code: 0xc000014c while booting? Recovery Your PC needs to be repaired. The Boot Configuration Data file is missing some required information. File:\EFI\Microsoft\Boot\BCD Error Code: 0xc000014c You’ll need to use recovery tools on your installation media. If you don’t have any installation media (like…

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Published On - 09 Jul 2020

Strategies To Fix Windows 10 Error Code “0xc0000001”

Data Recovery

Have you ever received this error when you turned on your system? The error Code “0xc0000001” indicates that the Operating System is unable to load due to a missing or corrupted file. The error is a Windows boot error and the display message suggests using recovery tools on the installation media like the USB device….

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