Data recovery techniques for Windows administrators

This guide outlines a step-by-step process for data recovery in a Windows environment. Topics include how to create boot disks, how to calculate disk cluster size, how to recover corrupt boot sectors and how to run Norton Disk Editor.

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In this data recovery step-by-step guide, Microsoft MVP Brien M. Posey examines techniques and technologies that Windows administrators can use to retrieve lost or corrupted data. Data recovery topics include how to create boot disks, calculate disk cluster size, recover corrupt boot sectors and run Norton Disk Editor. Data Recovery Techniques for Windows  Introduction  How to recover data  How to create a boot disk to run Norton Disk...

Editor  How disk cluster size affects data recovery processes  How long file names complicate data recovery  How to recover deleted files on FAT via Disk Editor  How data recovery for NTFS differs from FAT  How to recover data from corrupt NTFS boot sectors  Signature-based data recovery: A last ditch technique

This was first published in June 2006

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