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A CD uses optical technology to read data stored on the surface of the CD by reading "BUMPS" or semi-reflective "burn" marks on the medium and interpreted similar 1's & 0's binary format just like in magnetic data storage such as that in Hard Disk Drives. It should be possible to recover the data depending on where the data is physically stored. There should be sufficient technology to go about this, There are companies that do this type of work for different purposes. It could be personal data recovery of very important files or perhaps it could be confidential information. Whatever it is that's stored on a disc, if your goal is to make it unrecoverable it would be to completely shred the disc or burn it, you could also achieve this by sabotaging the aluminum like surface area of a disc.
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Is it possible to install a hard drive from a broken PC into a working one to retrieve data from it?
Yes, as long the hard drive is not mechanically dead. Just set it up as a slave drive.
if your tacking backup every day then it is possible but one or 2 days data will be loss You can use Nice to Recover Data for Mac software to recover lost or deleted data.
To get data back from android phone, Jihosoft Android Phone Recovery is a very good choice.
yes. You can use Nice to Recover Data for Mac to recover the lost data. It supports Mac data recovery from various Internal and External Mac Hard Drives, USB Flash Drives,… iPod and memory cards.
You can try minitool power data recovery ?MiniTool Power Data Recovery contains five data recovery modules - Undelete Recovery, Damaged Partition Recovery, Lost Partition …Recovery, Digital Media Recovery and CD & DVD Recovery. Each data recovery module focuses on a different data loss scenario It can recover deleted data from the Windows Recycle Bin, restore lost data, even if the partition is formatted or deleted, restore data from a corrupted hard drive, virus infection, unexpected system shutdown or software failure. It supports IDE, SATA, SCSI, USB hard disk, memory card, USB flash drive, CD/DVD, Blue-Ray Disk and iPod
How the data of a scratched CD having NTFS files can be recovered when try to play the system hangs?
as weird as this may sound, peanut butter can help here. I have only tried this once to no avail but i have heard it work before. using your fingers, scoop out a bit of pean…ut butter from the jar then push it onto the CD in a circular motion. put the dick on a flat surface then smear the peanut butter around in a circular motion until it is rubbed in well. wipe off the excess with a dry paper towel or napkin, again in a circular motion. made sure there is no excess on the disk and keep wiping until there is no smears. a microfiber cloth can be used to polish it well. now put it in the CD drive and hope it works. this isn't a permanent solution but it may allow you to boot it so you can move the files off the disk. good luck!
yes, but you need to buy it from japan. the cost is about $200,000.it is called the cp200 m rapper.
Yes, you can do this. You connect your ipod to your computer via the USB cable, you then look at it in 'My Computer'. The songs are hidden, so you need to right click and pres…s 'show hidden items' or something similar, and then you would just copy them to your computer and then burn them to CD.
Yes, It is possible to recover from a formatted hard disk but with recovery software. You can download the software online also. One such software which is easily availabl…e online is Stellar data recovery software.
When this happens, its best to really just move on. You can pursue different hobbies and learn something new,spend more time with friends,and explore life and what it has to o…ffer. There are more fish in the sea.
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Yes, you can use software that can recover lost/formatted/deleted photos, videos, music and other multimedia files from both Mac hard drive and other portable storage devices.… Formatting won't make the files on a memory card erase permanently.Those erased photos are still stored on your memory card, it's just invisible or inaccessible.You can recover them with memory card recovery software. But once the deleted photos were overwritten by new data,they are gone for good.
It depends on how bad the computer has been destroyed.A minor problem yes big ones maybe harde to fix.You shold have someone look at it befor you go messing around if you are …unsure what to do.
"It would depend on the method of destruction, but even after breaking a disc some high tech gadgetry may be able to recover some data, but it would be limited."