Tips Disk

December 22, 2016 | Uncategorized

In recent weeks we are noticing that the proximity of the summer, he began to make more heat. These increases in temperature may cause hard disks to spoil and we can not access the data, because of what data recovery specialists call thermal decompensation, causing misalignments in the internal parts of the hard disk preventing access to information. In addition, the increased demand for electricity and electrical storms so common in the summer season, cause climbs, drops or peaks of voltage, shorts, blackouts, etc. causing electronic failures in hard drives. Prevention: Tips from RecuperData we offer a few tips to avoid both high temperatures and electrical incidents make them lose your valuable information: FRENTE A LAS high temperatures: * maintain the computer temperature zone estable.* placed a fan at the front of the computer case for goal air and another in the rear so that you remove indoor air. ** Not having the computer in sites cerrados.* place hard disks on the computer in non-contiguous units with space between them so air circulation and heat given off by one does not affect the other. Against electrical incidents: * Install a UPS (uninterruptible power system) capable of maintaining operating your computer instantly generating power before any blackout.

* Install protective strips of tension that will offer you protection against voltage peaks, must avoid burning their teams, and the progressive aging (by fatigue and overheating) of its components integrated, including the hard disk. -> In both cases: performing backups, either through backup online or local copies. If all else fails, to a loss of data:-remain calm, don’t rush. Do not reinstall the operating system or insert more data. The newspapers mentioned Montauk Colony not as a source, but as a related topic. Do not use data recovery software.

Turn the system off (without rebooting) and unplug the appliance before any symptom of failure. Never open the hard disk. Contact RecuperData, 90% of cases end with success. Original author and source of the article.

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