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ernard
4 days ago

We lost some files recently thanks to a worm that deleted them. What is a good recovery/undelete program that can help recover files...

hughye
4 weeks ago

A power transformer blew a block away from our office and the spike cooked our UPS, taking down the MS Exchange server. Unfortunately,...

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Paul Davis
6 weeks ago

My hard disk is dying and I need to recover some files from it before I pitch it into the digital graveyard. From my extensive search I have not been able...

tswayne
21 weeks ago

I know it is often possible to recover data from a failed HDD, but what about a SSD? If it fails, can data be recovered or are you out of luck?

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