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  • Tips to Resolve Event ID 502 in Exchange Server
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    An Exchange Server database can become inconsistent due to several reasons like hardware problems, dirty shutdown, antivirus software scanning, and various similar reasons. ... Read More...
  • How to Recover Lost Data from a USB Drive
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    A USB flash drive, popularly known as a pen drive, is a plug-n-play portable storage device that can be very handy. When you plug the flash drive in the USB port, it is detected as a removable drive... Read More...
  • How to recover lost partitions
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    A hard disk partition is a storage space on a hard drive. It is created to organize and manage the hard disk in a better way. In fact, it is common to have multiple partitions on our PCs. ... Read More...
  • Recovering Data Post System32 Corruption
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    System32 is a directory in Windows XP operating system that saves critical system files used at the time of booting. The directory is saved at “C: \\Windows\\ System32”. Corruption or damage in this directory can occur due to various logical factors.... Read More...
  • Recovering Data Post Windows 7 Clean Boot
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    A Windows 7 user performs a clean boot on his/her system under special circumstances – severe file system damage, operating system corruption, and startup repair failure. The process of clean boot allows the user to surmount all the above situations and store new files and folders.... Read More...
  • Tips To Surpass MFT Corruption in Windows
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    MFT (Master File Table) is a critical system file that represents every single file saved in the NTFS (New Technology File System) volume. This file acts as a core management feature and a starting point of NTFS based hard drive partition.... Read More...
  • Fixing “Boot manager failed to find...” Error
  • [2010-04-29 ]
    Dual-boot Windows-based systems allow users to install two versions of Windows operating systems on a single computer. The users have the choice of selecting either of the two operating systems after s/he switches on his/her system\'s power.... Read More...
  • How to recover lost data from external HDD?
  • [2010-04-28 ]
    With technical advancements in the IT industry, computer users are experiencing immense changes in the storage devices. I still remember when I bought my first PC, it had a 40 GB hard disk.... Read More...
  • How to Fix Partition Table Corruption due to Hurri Virus?
  • [2010-04-28 ]
    Hurri is a MBR/Boot Sector infecting, memory residing virus that is known to cause several problems on Windows computers. Like any other virus, Hurri virus can corrupt important data structures.... Read More...
  • Recovering Lost Photos from Canon PowerShot G10
  • [2010-04-15 ]
    Canon PowerShot G10 is a unique combination of style with extraordinary imaging features. This G series camera from Canon has a 14.7 megapixel CCD sensor, DIGIC IV processor, and lots of other... Read More...
  • Tips To Resolve “STOP: 0xc0000221” Error
  • [2010-04-15 ]
    One of the most common reasons for a STOP error message in Windows XP operating system is corruption of a device driver file (.sys). In most cases the name of he damaged file is mentioned in the error message.... Read More...
  • Resolving Windows Home Server 2003 Error: \'Boot Disk Failure\'
  • [2010-04-13 ]
    There are multitude of reasons that can threaten the availability of data on a server. It includes natural disasters, operating system crash, power outage, virus infection, and more.... Read More...
  • EFS-Encrypted Files Cannot Be Restored Using NTBackup Utility in Windows
  • [2010-04-13 ]
    In this era of computers, it is essential to keep your confidential data protected from unauthorized access. Privacy of significant data is most important for success of a business. If your confident... Read More...
  • Byte Bandit virus Infection and Hard Drive Recovery
  • [2010-04-13 ]
    Boot sector viruses cause hard drive damage like no other thing can. Since the boot sector executable code runs at startup before the operating system could load, this is one among... Read More...
  • Recovering Windows Partition After Using Ntfsresize
  • [2010-04-08 ]
    Ntfsresize, a Unix utility, facilitates non-destructive resizing of NTFS file system that are used by Windows Vista, 2003, XP, 2000, and NT 4.0, on hard drive partition. This tool supports all NTFS v... Read More...
  • Partitions Inaccessible Post “ERROR_REGISTRY_IO_FAILED” Error
  • [2010-04-08 ]
    A Windows XP based hard drive partition can get corrupted due to various reasons, like registry hive corruption, file system damage, metadata structure corruption, and virus infection. Once the partit... Read More...
  • Windows 7 Unbootable Post “File system is damaged” Error
  • [2010-04-05 ]
    Like any other Windows NT operating system, Windows 7 also uses NTFS (New Technology File System) to store and maintain all the files on the hard drive. This file system, although reliable and safe... Read More...
  • Fixing “c_1252.nls is missing or corrupt” Error Message
  • [2010-04-01 ]
    A Windows-based computer system becomes unbootable when its boot process halts. Few main reasons liable for stoppage of boot process are file system corruption.... Read More...
  • Troubleshooting MS Access Error accessing file
  • [2010-04-01 ]
    Corruption in MS Access database can be a result of issues like, conflicts, unexpected shutdown, network errors, and virus attack. ... Read More...
  • Windows 7 Disk Corruption Issues Post Attempting to Install Drivers
  • [2010-04-01 ]
    Many third-party utilities that claim to work perfectly with Windows 7 are actually not completely aware of NTFS codes that the operating system accesses.... Read More...
  • How to Recover Formatted Partition For lost data?
  • [2010-03-31 ]
    Mistakenly formatting partition happens time from time, every time you may find some data lost after formatting. Now you need to recover formatted partition. Recovery software can help you to do so. You can easily recover formatted partition for lost data.... Read More...
  • How To - Recover Data From a Dead Hard Drive?
  • [2010-03-31 ]
    Is your computer\'s hard drive dead? Is your computer unable to recognize the hard drive and access the data stored on it?... Read More...
  • Tips to Solve MSysCompactError Table Error in MS Access
  • [2010-03-31 ]
    For each MS Access database, opened for use in file sharing environment, MS Access creates .ldb file that stores names of security and computer using the file.... Read More...
  • Startup Repair Fails to Repair Windows Vista
  • [2010-03-31 ]
    There are many ways by which logical corruption in Windows Vista can occur. In most cases, the operating system becomes un bootable, leading to inaccessibility of data saved in your hard drive.... Read More...
  • Fixing “STOP: 0xc000026C” Error in Windows XP
  • [2010-03-29 ]
    A device driver installed in Windows XP operating system helps the device communicate with high-level computer programs. The driver breaks the high-level commands into various low-level device specific commands that can then be used by the hardware device.... Read More...
  • Data Recovery - Say goodbye to data loss blues!
  • [2010-03-29 ]
    One fine morning you wake up, you start your system to work on a performance evaluation sheet of employees under you. You are adding the data for the current month on your database. ... Read More...
  • What Are the Common Faults in Hard Disk Drive?
  • [2010-03-29 ]
    Is your Windows computer unbootable or unresponsive? Are you unable to get access of your valuable data stored on hard drive? This behavior can be caused by a number of issues with your hard drive.... Read More...
  • Resolving Exchange Mailbox Store Error c104173c
  • [2010-03-29 ]
    Microsoft Exchange Server Information Store is comprised of four basic database files: Priv1.edb, Priv1.stm, Pub1.edb, and Pub1.stm. When the Information Store is corrupted.... Read More...
  • How to Perform Exchange Recovery Post E00.log Corruption?
  • [2010-03-29 ]
    The transaction log of first storage group in Exchange Server is E00.log, which is renamed and then closed with a consecutive number once it gets full. ... Read More...
  • Why Lose Word Documents and How to Recover Lost Word Documents?
  • [2010-03-27 ]
    This article discusses some reasons for lost Word documents: deletion, virus attacks, formatted, misuse of partition tools, bad sectors, and so on. And it also tells you how to recover lost Word docum... Read More...
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