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Searching for Data

Ultimately there will be some occasions where the recovery of a single file will be sufficient to complete a recovery. A situation along the lines of a single Quick Books file, an Outlook PST file, or something as extensive as a single database file that houses an entire client base. In addition, the hard drive […]

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Copying Files

  In Figure 3 we see that folder and file hierarchy for this particular recovery. In this example the client wants to recovery all of the data in the ‘Emoji PNG’ folder. It is a simple matter of clicking the check box to the left of the folder name. Once this is done all child […]

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Scanned Recovery

There are times when the initialization process will not be able to resolve critical damage to the file system. The causes for this are numerous but can consist of viruses, hardware glitches, application software, and malware just to name a few. In instances like this there will more than likely not be a volume listed […]

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