Mariana Ermolova

Mariana Ermolova

Technical Writer

Mariana is engaged in technical support for clients at East Imperial Soft. Her task is to accept requests from customers who have problems and questions during the data recovery process. Users receive a detailed explanation and step-by-step instructions for using the programs.

Mariana is not only a technical specialist, but also an author of articles in the company's blog. She chooses topics for her articles based on frequent requests from our clients.

Mariana also consults potential customers, helping to choose the right product. Thus, our company increases the loyalty of both existing and potential customers.

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NTFS vs exFAT vs FAT32: What is the Difference and How to Choose the Right Format

NTFS vs exFAT vs FAT32: What is the Difference and How to Choose the Right Format

A file system is a way of organizing data on various media. It determines where and how files on the media will be recorded. Also, the file system gives the operating system access to these files. How can you choose the right type of file system when it comes to formatting a USB drive? How to change the format of your USB drive from FAT to NTFS to exFAT or FAT32? What is the difference between NTFS and exFAT? In this article, we want to answer... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • June 1, 2017
Main Causes of Data Loss

Main Causes of Data Loss

We would like to draw your attention to the main causes why files are lost. This article may help you reduce or avoid the risk of losing important information. 1. Accidental deletion of files Every day, we update or delete files without creating any backups. Many people do not even see loss of data as real risk in their everyday work. However, every day people accidentally delete important files or overwrite the wrong parts of them. 2. Viruses... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • May 25, 2017
How to recover data from an SSD drive

How to recover data from an SSD drive

There are many advantages that SSDs have over traditional mechanical hard disk drives (HDD). The main list includes the speed of reading and writing information, resistance to mechanical damage and low power consumption. The main disadvantages include high price and a short time to failure. An SSD consists of a control unit and a memory unit (a FLASH chip and a DRAM chip). The SSD drive can be widely used as a portable hard drive, micro hard... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • May 19, 2017
Recovering Data from VMWare Images

Recovering Data from VMWare Images

Virtual machines are everywhere. In Web hosting environments, they are used as protected containers sandboxing data that belongs to customers sharing the same physical server. In corporate environments, virtual machines are used for additional security and the added convenience of deploying, managing and backing up computers. Developers use virtual machines to isolate code. Virtual machines are frequently used at homes to isolate untrusted... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • April 18, 2017
Windows 10 Changes Recovery Mechanism, Becomes More Susceptible to Data Corruption

Windows 10 Changes Recovery Mechanism, Becomes More Susceptible to Data Corruption

There is, however, another change in Windows 10 that makes the system somewhat more prone to failures while making recovery potentially riskier. Let’s have a look at what changed in the Windows 10 recovery mechanism, how this can affect system stability and recoverability and what you can do to ensure continuous trouble-free operation. Windows Recovery Partition: The Old-Fashioned Way Since Windows 7, OEM Windows installs maintained a dedicated... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • December 20, 2016
Android Data Recovery: How Things Work

Android Data Recovery: How Things Work

In the previous article we began to consider the theme of the operating system Android. The first thing to know about Android is it’s actually Linux. Okay, it’s more than “just” Linux, with lots of stuff on top of the bare OS, but all the low-level stuff in all Android devices is handled by Linux. Why does it matter? Two things. First, when it comes to internal storage, Linux uses a range of proprietary file systems such as “ext4” and “f2fs”... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • October 21, 2016
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