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Updated On - 27 Aug 2019

Recover Data from SD Card

Data Recovery

Secure Digital Card (SD Card) is small and thin but a high capacity memory card, which has storage capacity in the range of 1MB to 4GB. SD cards are used in small portable devices like digital cameras, camcorders, audio players, mobile phones, etc. to enhance their memory. They are designed to support various files like…

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Updated On - 27 Sep 2019

Crashed Hard Drive Data Recovery

Data Recovery

The hard disk is a non-volatile storage device used to store data. One can store data in various formats on the hard disk. There are several reasons that can lead to a crashed hard drive. Let’s start with discussing the importance of a hard drive. Importance of Hard Drive The hard drive is the primary…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

Deleted Documents File Recovery Software

Data Recovery

Working with computers is all about managing documents and files. Both, home users and officials on regular basis deal with lots of documents and files. The document/file they manage can be a word file, excel file, executable software file, image file, or any other type of file depending on their work. Suppose you are creating…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

Recover Data from Flash Drive

Data Recovery

A USB flash drive is a removable and rewritable storage media. The data stored in USB flash drive is less susceptible to loss than a floppy disk. However, like other storage media, such as hard disk, USB flash drive can also be encountered with data loss due to the following reasons: Accidental files deletion from…

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Updated On - 22 May 2020

Proven Ways to Recover Data after Reinstalling Windows

Data Recovery

“I was facing a continuous hang issue on my Windows laptop, and apart from hang issues it was not able to recognize even the nearest Wi-Fi signals and Bluetooth connection. I tried updating all my drivers and packages responsible for that connection issue, but the problem was still there. Then a friend suggested me to…

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