Published On - 26 Feb 2019

Free Methods To Repair Corrupt And Damaged VMDK file

Data Recovery

Recovering a VMDK file can be tricky and risky as well. A VMDK file contains the entire data of a disk and any errors in the recovery process can lead to data loss. A VMDK file is the file extension for VMware Workstations and machines. Also, these types of files are prone to corruption. Recovering…

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Published On - 21 Feb 2019

Tips To Recover Deleted PPT File & Windows Files

Data Recovery

Yesterday I had a PPT Presentation in my office. However, night before; I switched my computer on to perform a few edits on my PowerPoint file. But to my utter shock, I couldn’t find the file. On pondering, I realized that I had been deleting unnecessary files on the Desktop and I might have had…

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Updated On - 13 Feb 2019

How to Import VHD File to Hyper-V?

Data Recovery

Hyper-V is a virtualization platform launched by Microsoft in 2008 and since after that Microsoft has launched many new releases of Hyper-V versions. From 2008, till now four versions of Hyper-V has been launched, and those are Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008. Hyper-V is a…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

Free methods to recover deleted files from Windows 10

Data Recovery

File recovery after deletion of the file(s) or folder(s) done either knowingly or mistakenly sometimes, turns into a horrible dream. If you deleted the file mistakenly, then you are sure to be panic because that file wasn’t supposed to be deleted. On Windows 10 and other versions, deletion of a file or folder can be…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

Auto-Mount a VHD/VHDX File at Startup in Windows 10 & 8.1

Data Recovery

Computers with Windows 10 and Windows 8.1 can be mounted with a virtual hard disk (VHDX or VHD) with a .vhdx or .vhd file extension. The virtual hard disks function like a physical hard drive completely. In normal words, VHD is just a file that is stored on a real disk drive of your computer…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

How to Recover Files from A Broken Computer?

Data Recovery

Any physical or logical damage to your computer may give you nightmares about whether you can get your data back or not. The answer is ‘Yes’ you can, but the possibilities of recovering data highly depend on the condition of the hard disk. As we know very well that hard disk is the only element…

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Updated On - 29 Jul 2019

Three Methods to Disable AutoRun in Windows 10

Data Recovery

Are you a Windows 10 user? If yes, you should consider yourself lucky as Windows 10 gives you many amazing options that make life so much easy. And one such feature is AutoRun. This feature is incorporated in Windows 10 to automatically start certain programs, open removable drives or play media files automatically when CDs,…

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Updated On - 03 Sep 2019

How To Recover Ransomware Encrypted Files

Data Recovery

“Ransomware” the word is hair-raising which leaves you in miserable and helpless condition by not letting you access your own computer system files. It infects, deletes, encrypts and limits access to your computer files and other storage devices until you pay the ransom amount. As we all know, ransomware viruses such as lock screen, encryption,…

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Updated On - 19 Jun 2019

How to recover lost/deleted media files from USB drives?

Data Recovery

Nowadays, the long-established things are going off the track. Earlier, we had DVDs, CDs, Zip Drives for storing our media files like Photos, Audio files & Video files, but all of these storage devices were not very convenient to use. Either the problem was of storage space or read/write speed. Later changes took place, and…

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2019

What to do with the ‘Windows 10 October Update’ Mess?

Data Recovery

During the Microsoft Surface Event, held on October 2nd 2018, along with the new Surface devices and others, Microsoft quenched Windows users with the much-awaited update. Windows 10 October Update codenamed, “Redstone 5” (version 1809), came out in the middle in the new cast of Microsoft devices, although the update deteriorated, the Update did not…

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