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Data Recovery Dos And Don'ts

Author : Jessica Moorhill


What's the worst thing that can happen to a man who lives his life by the PC? You guessed it! Data Loss!
So, what do we do to prevent this calamity and be sure that data recovery professionals will always be able to back you up? Read the Dos and Don'ts below!
Do's
? Back it up. Whenever you're working on a project that requires the usage of a computer, be sure to carry a portable hard disk to store backups of the file.
? If your computer starts behaving weirdly, turn it off. No need to turn it on unless a data recovery professional has had a look at it.
? Sometimes, data loss also happens due to hardware problems. If your hard disk suddenly starts making noise, shut down your computer. Remember to shut it down properly and not b pressing the power button.
? When you send your drive to a data recovery professional, pack it well so that minor shocks are deflected.
Don'ts
? Don't panic. Data recovery is always possible. Professionals have recovered data from hard drives that have been in disasters.
? Don't do it yourself unless you know what you aredoing. Removing the cover itself can be very harmful to your drive.
? Don't trust softwares you find online. Even though some might get your data back, it's not worth the risk.
? Keep your computer as stationary and as stable as possible. Vibrations can end up damaging your hard drive even more.


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