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Improper Ejection of the iPod May Cause Data Loss

18th February 2010
Are you facing problems while disconnecting or removing your iPod from the computer? Does your iPod stop responding after disconnecting? Does your system not let you eject iPod properly. On disconnecting it improperly, the iPod disk would become inaccessi... Read >

Unable to Restore or Update the iPod

21st January 2010
Sometimes your iPod may show you strange behavior and does not work properly. In such cases, you may need to restore it or update it to sort out the problem. Restoration method restores your iPod in previous working state and possibly fix the current prob... Read >

Error Message: iPod Service Error

27th November 2009
Ever since iPods have been introduced, their popularity has been on the rise. There are a number of different types of iPods available with different storage capacities. Portable media players are useless if the data on them ever becomes inaccessible. iPo... Read >

Recovering Photos from Memory Cards of Nikon D700 Digital Cameras

26th October 2009
Nikon D700 is a fully-fledged professional digital camera. It has a sensor of 12.1 MP CMOS, 100~25,600 ISO, 1/8,000 ~ 30 sec shutter speed, a 3," 920,000 pixel LCD, GN 39/12 flash, and a lens mount that can mount Nikon's AF, AF-D, AF-I and AF-S lens. The ... Read >

Resolving Unknown error 1436 in iPod

06th October 2009
iTunes is an application used in iPod that organizes and plays digital music and video files. It provides sync between an iPod and a computer. Sometimes, while formatting or updating an iPod in iTunes, the iPod encounters certain error messages that deman... Read >

Shortcomings of Cipher.exe

23rd September 2009
To wipe off the data from the hard drive, Windows provide an inbuilt utility known as Cipher.exe. This utility overwrites the de-allocated data from the NTFS (New Technology File System) based hard drive. To prevent misuse of data, people generally us... Read >

Resolving “Memory Card Locked” Error in Canon PowerShot SD450 Digital Elph

21st September 2009
Canon PowerShot SD450 Digital Elph is an ultra slim and pocket friendly digital camera. Equipped with 5.0 Mega pixel CCD image sensor, this digital camera is capable of capturing exceptional quality images. The digital camera uses Secure Digital (SD) or M... Read >

How to resolve “fileset 999 primary inode…” Error message in HP-UX Operating System

01st August 2009
HP-UX operating uses JFS (Journaled File System) to store and maintain records of the data stored in your hard drive. Two main advantages of this file system are high flexibility and adaptability. Corruption of JFS primary results in unmountable hard driv... Read >

iPod not Recognized in iTunes and Finder

31st July 2009
After you connect your iPod to your system if you find it unrecognizable, the chances are that its disk format is damaged. Thus, you will need to restore your iPod and restore lost data from backup. In any case of backup issues, you should use iPod Data R... Read >

How to resolve “UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY…” Error Message in Sun Solaris

20th June 2009
An error message during the booting of Sun Solaris operating system can be caused due to file system corruption, operating system malfunctioning, superblock damage, Inode table corruption, software bugs and more. Once the error message appears, the bootin... Read >

Data Recovery from Journaled Mac File System

05th June 2009
The journaling file system is the fault-resilient file system, which ensures data integrity since the updates to bitmaps and directories are continuously written to a sequential log on hard drive before updating the original disk log. This feature protect... Read >

Spindle Crash and Hard Disk Recovery

19th May 2009
Spindle motor is the critical hard disk internal as it is responsible for turning platters. The basic hard disk structure includes a set of platters mounted on a spindle, which is rotated by a drive motor. It offers consistent and reliable power source so... Read >

Temperature Changes and Hard Disk Failure

12th May 2009
Hard disk failure occurs when logical or physical malfunction takes place. The logical malfunction happens because of issues like file system corruption, operating system failure, application corruption (like antivirus), malicious software and more. The p... Read >

Data Recovery from Water Damaged Hard Drive

01st May 2009
Computer hard drive and other data storage media are generally the victims of water damage and flooding. It makes your whole data inaccessible and cause serious data loss situations. But you should not panic in such as cases as even if the storage media h... Read >

File Recovery from Inaccessible NTFS File System Partition

22nd April 2009
Boot volume damage is a critical problem that result as no boot situation and can cause volume and file loss. In such situations, to get your vital data back, you need to opt for File Recovery. When you start your Windows computer with corrupted boot or s... Read >
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