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Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Step-by-Step Guide: Data recovery

Step-by-Step Guide: Data recovery
The next time someone loses some important data, understanding how the process of data recovery works can come in handy. This Step-by-Step Guide explains the procedures and technologies that can help you recover data, including bootable disks, Norton Disk Editor, clusters, FAT and NTFS, corrupt boot sectors, and the issue of long file names.

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