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Aktuelle Version von: oldturkey03 (Bewertungsdetails) ,

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Depending on what I am doing with someone's computer, I will advise that I can back up their data as a safety precaution prior to the work.  If I am attempting data recovery, most software programs will not lose any of the data. Remember, data is rarely lost no matter what you are doing. Even if you accidentally delete something, it is truly never gone off the drive. There are several programs out there that will recover all kinds of data, even if the drive has been formatted or overwritten. The only way to destroy the data completely, is to use a program designed to "NUKE" the drive or to otherwise render it totally erased.

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Bearbeitet von: oldturkey03 (Bewertungsdetails) ,

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Depending on what I am doing with someone's computer, I will advise that I can back up their data as a safety precaution prior to the work.  If I am attempting data recovery, most software programs will not lose any of the data. Remember, data is rarely lost no matter what you are doing. Even if you accidentally delete something, it is truly never gone off the drive. There are several programs out there that will recover all kinds of data, even if the drive has been formatted or overwritten. The only way to destroy the data completely, is to use a program designed to "NUKE" the drive or to otherwise render it totally erased.

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Julie Austad ,

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Depending on what I am doing with someone's computer, I will advise that I can back up their data as a safety precaution prior to the work.  If I am attempting data recovery, most software programs will not lose any of the data. Remember, data is rarely lost no matter what you are doing. Even if you accidentally delete something, it is truly never gone off the drive. There are several programs out there that will recover all kinds of data, even if the drive has been formatted or overwritten. The only way to destroy the data completely, is to use a program designed to "NUKE" the drive or to otherwise render it totally erased.

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