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Flash Data Recovery: Inside SD Cards. Part II

Flash Data Recovery: Inside SD Cards. Part II

There is something unique about how SD and Compact Flash cards store and organize data. Built-in microcontrollers and wear leveling mechanisms not only prolong the life of the flash storage device, but they can help recover lost data. Read how to choose a data recovery tool and how to use it to take full advantage of the way SD and Compact Flash cards organize information. This article continues Flash Data Recovery: Inside SD Cards. Part I. In... Read the article

  • Oleg Afonin
  • September 25, 2014
Flash Data Recovery: Inside SD Cards. Part I

Flash Data Recovery: Inside SD Cards. Part I

There is something unique about how SD and Compact Flash cards store and organize data. Built-in microcontrollers and wear leveling mechanisms not only prolong the life of the flash storage device, but they can help recover lost data. Read how and why wear leveling helps recovering data from SD and Compact Flash cards in this series. “I shot a wedding session last week. Moved 1.5GB of files to my computer, then shot another session with... Read the article

  • Oleg Afonin
  • September 12, 2014
Data Recovery FAQ’s

Data Recovery FAQ’s

Is my Windows 7 smartphone recoverable? Can you help me with my laptop hard drive? Our customers call in, and we do our best to help. Read how we helped our customers get their data back! This time we’ll have an unusual post. Normally we would take a certain problem and write about how we solved it. This time we decided to answer your questions. We get dozens phone calls every day with questions about whether or not the recovery is possible in... Read the article

  • Oleg Afonin
  • August 13, 2014
Lost Data in a Memory Card

Lost Data in a Memory Card

Losing information stored on memory cards is extremely common. Read about a recent case where we helped a customer recover a 32-GB memory card after a failed Ubuntu installation attempt. Losing information stored on memory cards is extremely common. Manufacturers of flash memory cards often bundle one or another data recovery tool with their cards, and this is for a reason. In a recent case, we had a customer who wiped a memory card by... Read the article

  • Oleg Afonin
  • July 22, 2014
File System Damaged. How to Recover Data?

File System Damaged. How to Recover Data?

Experimenting with alternative operating systems can be costly. A dual-boot did not go as planned, causing the loss of 1.5 TB of data. Read how we fixed the situation. More often than not, data loss is caused by the user. Experimenting with alternative operating systems, installing/uninstalling software downloaded from the Internet, trying ‘beta’ or ‘unofficial’ drivers can (and does!) cause damage to user’s data. Some days ago, we received a... Read the article

  • Stanislav Ermolov
  • July 10, 2014
How to Prevent Data Loss: 5 Data Loss Causes, and Its Prevention

How to Prevent Data Loss: 5 Data Loss Causes, and Its Prevention

Data recovery is the last resort for protecting your data. On the other hand, preventing data loss is a much more valuable proposition. This way, you protect your valuable data from unforeseen situations. To help you in data loss prevention, we decided to collect all the necessary and relevant information on securing your information. Learn how to avoid losing your data by reading this article. Main Data Loss Causes Before diving into the types... Read the article

  • Oleg Afonin
  • June 24, 2014
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