A : Clicking sounds emitting from your computer or external hard drive are a clear indicator of mechanical failure with the hard drive(s). This type of failure will require a data recovery specialist. To increase your chances of a good recovery you should immediately turn off the affected external hard drive or computer and submit it to, or have it serviced on-site by, Taking IT Mobile Data Solutions.
A : Accidental deletion of data is more common than losing your data due to a virus. That said, if you’ve accidentally deleted data you should first check inside your recycle bin. Most modern file systems today have a trash bin feature where deleted data first gets deposited before it’s actually deleted. The user needs to perform the action of emptying the trashcan to remove the data from the system.
If your data files are not found in the trash bin it’s not necessarily gone for good. It all depends on the amount of use the computer has had sine the delete occurred. Often, a perfect recovery can still be achieved. To increase your chances of a good recovery you should immediately turn off the affected external hard drive or computer and submit it to, or have it serviced on-site by, Taking IT Mobile Data Solutions.
A : It’s not advised you make an attempt at recovering your data. Using data recovery software often results in the user installing software on the drive containing the deleted files. Doing so will greatly reduce your chances of a successful data recovery.
A: What you are seeing is the infamous Microsoft “Blue Screen of Death,” and it appears when Windows experiences a critical system error. Errors of this nature can be caused by a corrupt software driver and/or a failing piece of hardware such as a hard drive. In most cases, data files from failures of this type are entirely recoverable.