Network Attached Storage NAS and Other Nightmares

snapserver

Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices have been a boon for storage technology.  What a great windfall for the industry.  Grab yourself an Open Source operating system, stick it on a prom, get yourself an inexpensive motherboard, some hard drives and … [Read more...]

Recovering a badly fragmented Outlook PST file after a few rounds with chkdsk The Final Installment

Welcome back!  As before, we still have the problem where chkdsk was run on a RAID with a stale drive.  We have had a brief explanation of how NTFS 5 works and how the data is stored on the volume.  Lets take a much more detailed look as to how the … [Read more...]

Data Recovery Forum Questions Answered PST Recovery and Hard Drive Not Detected

So I trolled the Internet for topics to write about and found tons of forums with very good questions not being answered so I am going to post the questions and then give you the best possible answer I cam up with. Q: Yesterday I was cleaning out … [Read more...]

Do It Yourself Dual LCD Monitor Stand

Stand-8

Cheap Do-It-Yourself Dual LCD Monitor Stand OK, so I was really wanting a dual monitor stand for my two LCD flat panel monitors, mainly to get them up off the desk more to give myself more desk space and to raise them up higher.  The cheapest I … [Read more...]

Speed Clone For Windows Released

DTI Data Recovery continues its excellence in software development by releasing Speed Clone for Windows. The new Speed Clone download package includes the Windows version as well as a bootable DOS ISO for cloning hard drives that are registered in … [Read more...]

Windows Surface Scanner Freeware Utility

Several times a week DTI Data receives calls from clients describing a situation where their computer seems to ‘freeze’ or ‘lock-up’ on boot up.   No matter what they try the system will no longer boot and they receive a Blue Screen of Death … [Read more...]

A Recovery Solution from the NTFS File System

I started programming almost thirty years ago.  I cut my teeth on the ATARI 400 and stayed in that venue for almost two years.  After awhile though, I came to realize that although the ATARI and its design were simple and powerful, if I were to make … [Read more...]