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Understanding SDXC and exFAT: The exFAT File System

Understanding SDXC and exFAT: The exFAT File System

The previous article explained why 64 GB SDXC cards require different hardware for accessing information. But an SDXC capable reader alone is not enough to read a 64 GB SD card. SDXC memory cards also use a different file system: exFAT. The SDXC standard adopts Microsoft’s exFAT file system as a mandatory feature. exFAT is Microsoft’s proprietary version of the FAT file system. The purpose of developing exFAT was lifting the file and... Read the article

  • Stanislav Ermolov
  • May 21, 2015
Understanding SDXC and exFAT

Understanding SDXC and exFAT

64-gigabyte SD cards represent a new generation of compact storage. Substantially different from smaller-capacity versions, SDXC cards require a different approach to data recovery. But first let’s see why they are different. Many smartphone users are surprised to see their brand-new devices only supporting memory cards up to 32 GB. Is it something in the hardware, or is it more of an artificial restriction? Some other users are trying to copy... Read the article

  • Stanislav Ermolov
  • May 6, 2015
Recovering External Storage

Recovering External Storage

There are several types of external storage, each demanding a very unique approach to data recovery. Read about the differences between external enclosures and NAS units and learn what tools to use to recover information from either system. High-capacity external storage is gaining popularity at homes. WD Passport and MyCloud, Personal Cloud and other terms refer to pretty much the same concept: your data is stored outside of your computer... Read the article

  • Mariana Ermolova
  • October 23, 2014
Flash Data Recovery: How to Recover SD Card Data Files

Flash Data Recovery: How to Recover SD Card Data Files

There is something magical about SD card file recovery, as it saves files you have thought were inevitably lost. Digital data is so easy to erase but may be quite challenging to return. That’s why you need to know more about the ways to restore it and other essential nuances. And this post will help you with it. “I shot a wedding session last week. Moved 1.5GB of files to my computer, then shot another session with approximately 2GB of files... 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
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
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