Files can’t open after recovery – what to do?

Recovered data can’t open or doesn’t work correctly? Today we’ll talk about the possible causes and solutions for errors that prevent you from accessing your information after it has been recovered.

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What Is a TPM? How to enable the module TPM?

In this article we will look at how to enable the TMP module on your computer.

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Comparison and difference between RAID lvm and mdadm

Modern operating systems have many features to enhance data security and usability. In this article, we will compare RAID LVM and RAID mdadm — two interesting technologies whose main purpose is to keep your server, computer, or NAS up, and to save your data in case of hardware failure.

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The Btrfs file system

The Linux operating system supports a wide range of file systems. In this article, we will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using the Btrfs file system.

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How to recover data from RAID 0 array?

The “zero” format of RAID arrays today remains almost the most popular among all the options due to the minimal cost of the basic RAID 0 configuration. What are the advantages and disadvantages of the format? What are the problems RAID 0 users face most often? How to avoid problems with such disk arrays or solve them with minimal losses? What to do if the RAID is corrupted? How to recover data from RAID 0? Let’s learn this together.

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What is Ext4 (Ext2, Ext3) – Linux File System

Each file system has its advantages and disadvantages. In this article, we will take a detailed look at the features of the EXT (Ext 2, Ext3 Ext4) Linux File System.

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Dynamic Foreign Disk in Windows

In this article, we will learn how to convert a dynamic foreign disk to a basic disk in the Windows operating system.

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How to open a Mac formatted (HFS+ and APFS) flash drive in Windows 10?

Apple has created an incredibly beautiful and user-friendly operating system that thousands of users have come to love. However, Mac OS uses APFS and HFS+ file systems instead of the familiar FAT or NTFS. In this article, we will look at how to open a flash drive formatted on a Mac in Windows.

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