Sunday, October 23, 2011

How to protect disk data?

As an integral part of computer, HDD serves as the storage medium of computer helping user manage and store all kinds of files. Simultaneously however, HDD also brings us disk data safety issues. Accrediting to the rapid development of computer business, an increasing number of viruses have come into existence, threatening the data safety. Now fortunately we have MiniTool Power Data Recovery - a powerful data recovery program developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd. with high efficiency and comprehensive data recovery competences.

How to protect disk data?
1. Avoid power failure to operating hard disk.
2. Avert external strike to hard disk to avoid hard disk physical damage.
3. Don't browse any virus ravaged websites.
4. Never use unknown software.
5. Perform periodical virus detection and killing upon hard disk.
6. Be cautious of file deletion.
The probability of data loss would be greatly reduced if user succeeds implementing above tips. Or if encountering data loss, user should merely find a data recovery tool to recover lost data. MiniTool Power Data Recovery can be the best choice.

MiniTool Power Data Recovery
Newly developed by MiniTool Solution Ltd., MiniTool Power Data Recovery possesses powerful functions to fast and accurately search and recover lost data from damaged or crashed partition. With simple operation and small size, MiniTool Power Data Recovery runs perfectly under Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 2008 and supports NTFS, NTFS4, NTFS5, FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32. Most importantly, MiniTool Power Data Recovery is totally free from home and personal user.

Recover lost data with MiniTool Power Data Recovery
User should download MiniTool Power Data Recovery at MiniTool Power Data Recovery Download Center and install it to computer.

User would come to interface below after running MiniTool Power Data Recovery.

This is the main interface of MiniTool Power Data Recovery, select "Damaged Partition Recovery".

Select the partition suffering data loss, then click "Full Scan".

Select the highest suggested partition then click "Show Files".

Last, check desired files and then click "Save Files" to store them into assigned location.

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