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Apr 302015
 

Your hard drive never seems to fail at a good time. Usually, you’re up to your eyeballs in work and the last thing you need is a broken computer.

Alas, Murphy and his Law are always looking for opportunities like these. In the event that your hard drive fails, it’s important to get your head straight and go into problem solving mode.

To help you out, here are four tips to help you deal with a hard drive failure from this provider.

LESS PANIC, MORE LOGIC

Mac's classic question mark is a good sign of hard drive failure.

Mac’s classic question mark is a good sign of hard drive failure.

OK, so your computer is obviously dead, right? But are you sure it’s the hard drive to blame? When diagnosing your machine, look for some of the common hard drive failure symptoms.

A big indicator of drive issues is that infamous clicking sound. If your hard drive is making a clicking noise, there’s something seriously wrong with it. Take it somewhere where the employees are all level 80 warlocks in an online game. You’re going to need their real-world expertise.

Another indicator of hard drive failure is if your machine turns on, but won’t get past a certain point. On a Mac you’ll likely see a folder with a question mark. PCs tend to tell you there’s no disk in the machine. Either way, if your computer is booting to some extent, it’s probably something to do with the drive. However, if your computer won’t even turn on, this is likely a very different (and often more severe) issue. Seek help to recover the data, particularly a data recovery service that is equipped to deal with emergency hard drive recovery like Hard Drive Recovery Group.

LOCATE YOUR BACK UPS
Do not, at the first sign of trouble, unplug your machine and run to the nearest computer repair store. Showing up with nothing but a broken machine and hopeful look on your face is only going to end in pain. Continue reading »

Mar 112015
 

While corporations are rapidly adopting CASE tools to build business applications, it has become increasingly difficult to differentiate among the offerings. Many CASE tools boast flashy graphical interfaces and claim support for the entire life cycle. Others tout code-generation capabilities, support for reverse-engineering and project-management facilities.

To match the tool to the needs of your organization, look for something that will give you the most bang for the buck. As summarized in the figure, this is achieved by tools that address the following criteria:

— a graphics-style user interface;

— support for the entire life-cycle process;

— the ability to generate 100 percent of application code;

— a single repository of design specifications;

— desktop code generation;

— multiple code generators for COBOL, C, Ada, …

Dec 022014
 

linusscr“We look for applications to be integrated into a solution, not the other way around,” says Deresinski, who has spent most of his 13 years in the printing industry working with computers and networking systems among web, sheetfed, and digital houses. “We can’t say, ‘I’ve got Linux–that’s what I want on my prepress network,’ unless we have programmers out there to write the programs for us.”

A key component to Lake County Press’s configuration is built-in redundancy, which eliminates the risk of downtime anywhere in the plant “Everything from our servers to our network switches is redundant; so if one part goes down, another picks up,” Deresinski says. “We have failover firewalls, mirrored disks, and backups upon backups of job data and operating systems on …

Nov 172013
 

As you are about to leave the office for a 10 o’clock business appointment with that important client, you do a quick checklist to ensure that you have everything. You open your briefcase and there it is — your notebook. Yes, you have everything.

For most business people, that one piece of equipment holds every needed bit of information required to perform their job outside of the office.

According to Peter Bassani, an account executive with Markham, Ont.-based A.C. Nielsen Market Research, the portable computing market has changed drastically in the last five years. The changes have resulted in improved technology enhancements and price performance.

“You can look at the features of the product and one obvious (improvement) is the power of the portable,” says

Sep 182013
 

So something has gone wrong with your hard drive and you do not know what to do. Here are some of the most common reasons for hard drive failure.

Head/media collisions are responsible for a great number of hard drive malfunctions. Because there is more than one hard disk platter very close to each other, rotating at a rate of 150 times per second, even the slightest disturbance could make the disk malfunction. When dust settles on the magnetic surfaces after entering the sealed drive unit, it gets stuck between the head and the disk causing problems. This Irvine data recovery service can help.

Circuit board failure occurs when there is an electrical failure. It is important to keep your system clean and cool so

Aug 162013
 

A simple laptop enclosure adapter

Most laptop owners think that laptop hard drive recovery is a very costly thing to pay for. This is actually not a situation to panic, and really isn’t as expensive as many users assume at the outset. But this job is known as something that requires high technical skills. But, with the right tools and the knowledge about the tools it is an easy task. It is just a matter of having the knowledge of how to recover the data from a dead laptop hard drive. And in the case of software failure, this is the kind of recovery that can be accomplished within a few minutes or less.

Most laptop owners are not aware where their data files are …