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Computer professional for 25 years, been CIO of two public companies. Hands on software and hardware background. Solve problems fast and efficiently without loss of data. MCP, Novell CNA,
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Simon S.
Location: Carrollton, TX
Phone: 1-800-798-0173
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Member since: March 2011
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Last Updated: July 2013


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Types of Support Offered:
Application Software, Data Transfer, Anti-Virus, Computer Setup, Networking, Email, Internet, etc., Create or Modify a Web Site, Backups, Service, External Devices (Printers, etc.), Wiring (Network, Speakers, Audio Visual, etc.),
Operating Systems:
Linux, Windows Xp Professional, Windows Vista, Windows Server Longhorn, Windows Server 2003, Windows NT Workstation, Windows NT Server, Windows CE, Windows 95/98/ME, Latest Windows OS, Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2000 Professional, Unix, MS DOS, Blackberry,
Applications:
Act, Active X, Adding Memory, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Distiller, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Premiere, AOL Instant Messgr, Apache, ASP, C, CD Drives, Citrix, Cobol, Cognos, COM/DCOM, Corel Draw, Crystal Reports, CSS, CuteFTP, DB/2, Digital Cameras, Director, Dr. Soloman Virus Pr, DVD Drives, Ethernet Cards, FoxPro, FTP, GotoMyPc, Harddrive - Changing, Harddrive - Data Recovery, HTML, Hubs, ICQ chat client, IIS, Intuit Turbo Tax, Lightwave, LimeWire, Lview Pro, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft Access, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Exchange Server, Microsoft FrontPage, Microsoft Internet Explorer, Microsoft Media Player, Microsoft Money, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Outlook Express, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, MSN messenger, MySQL, Nero Burning ROM, Netscape Communicator, Norton AntiVirus, Norton Firewall, Norton Ghost, Norton SystemWorks, Norton Utilities, Novell Netware, Oracle, pcAnywhere, PCMCIA Cards, Peachtree, Print Servers, Printers, QuickBooks, RealPlayer, Routers, Roxio CD Creator, Samba, SQL Server, Streaming Media Server, Transferring Data, Unix, Visio, Visual Basic, Visual Studio, Win32 API, Windows Media Player, WinFax Pro, WinRAR, WinZip, Wireless Networking, Wireless Networks, Wiring Network, Wiring Peripherals, XML,
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Data Recovery
Its very important for cases of mistaken deletion of files that the user understand that once a file is deleted the FAT table (file access table) only marks the file name as deleted and releases the space it occupied for other files to be copied there. Therefore it is critical for users that mistakenly erase files and want to get them back that they must not put anything else on the computer disk where the files have been marked as deleted. For the best results of recovery of unwanted deletion the recovery should be from another disk device which often not practical. Do not recover files to the same disk you are trying to recover from. Suggestion for prevention and cure: Backup daily files to another device or partition (this can setup automatically at say 3am every morning) Have a file recovery program already installed on your computer disk volume before attempting recovery Add an external USB device and install the recovery programs on it, make sure it has enough free space to recover your recovered files Norton has the best commercial file recovery programs, but there are free programs (Convar - File Recovery version 4.00 or higher) These programs can also be used in a similar manner with physical damaged media, making sure you install any programs on safe secondary devices (other hard drives not effected by corruption) Avoid all your nightmares by having a very consistent and regular backup procedure. backup is built into your OS - USE IT. Remember if your data is in two places all the time your chances of a major data loss are minimal. Windows start menu type backup. Good luck.