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Keeping Your Mind At Ease With Reliable Data Recovery Measures

Author : Jessica Moorhill

In the modern world people often use computers without keeping in mind the concept of information safety. Of course, when it comes to safety, you probably imagine defending that sensitive information of yours, and though importance of defense cannot be overestimated, any computer user should take measures against accidental destruction of valuable data. Yet some day or other, everyone comes across with data recovery. Actually, the procedure of data recovery can be simple if you have taken proper measures beforehand.

These measures usually include storing important data on a set of at least two separate physical media and using backup software. While it's just a common task for your network engineers, running invisibly in the background, many people these days understand the importance of self-dependent copying of their files, for example, to removable media. In this case you won't resort to data recovery if some of your copies perish. The key to success is using several different physical media, that is, they should not be volumes ("letters") belonging to the same hard disk. Sometimes, however, the situation differs from loss of physical media or inability to read data. For example, if an accidental deletion occurs on a perfectly healthy volume. In this case your first step to prevent further complications is immediate termination of any writes to the media where the deleted file resides. This is done to eliminate chances that deleted file will be accidentally written over by operating system (OS usually reads and writes a lot of files in the background, all the time). The volume containing deleted data needs to be dismounted or better physically taken out from the computer, in order to later be plugged temporarily (as a removable drive) into another computer where the data recovery will take place. Special software (for instance, EasyRecovery, R-Studio, GetDataBack), is used in this case. Don't worry, deleted files are not "killed" immediately, the place they occupy is simply marked empty (making it possible to write them over - the main risk for deleted and still unrecovered files). Thus, the probability of successful data recovery is high provided you stopped any writing activities on the media in time. These simple guidelines will help you avoid the frustration from data loss and successfully recover most files you might have already considered lost.

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