What to do and not to do when computer hard disk has been corrupted

December 23rd, 2009 2:20 am by ^-||R@lT€||-^

Data loss can put a computer user in the most complete embarrassment. Indeed, it is estimated that the majority of data losses are caused by human error, rather than by the malfunction of a software or computer. To counter the risk of loss, even the most complete malfunction of your computer, here are some tips you can act with complete peace of mind.

Sometimes, when a disk is defective, the user prefers to buy another of equal quality in order to change the non-functional original disc. To his surprise, he finds himself with a double problem, since the new hard disk supplants the original with its own information and features.

Both discs are, in general, any compatible with each other. Thus, the user usually gets disastrous results, leading to a complete malfunction of the computer or the total loss of data. In such cases, it is strongly recommended to call data recovery company rather than develop its own medicine and that, in order to avoid any pitfalls likely to lose all data.


It is not uncommon for users to delete their entire hard drive in some cases loss of data. The latter then perform data recovery following a previous backup. Would result sometimes the most disappointing result: A partial or complete loss of definitive data. If the backup is not current, or worse, if she has simply not been made, the data will almost lost forever! To counteract this unpleasant experience, better do a restoration on an alternative media, to assess the relevance and proper operation.

Source: https://www.programmersheaven.com/

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7 Responses to “What to do and not to do when computer hard disk has been corrupted”

  1. 1
    chawnghilh Says:

    1st peih loh teh reng nen! Corrupt and corruption every where! Hard disk or hard core or wha-te-veRRRRRRRRRRRR! Corruptible in all respect … mi zahawmte an corrupt tihna!

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  2. 2
    bawmrang Says:

    hahaha :0 :-D chawnghilh chu mi mut reh laiin nangmahin i lo 1st vel a ni maw…

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  3. 3
    chawnghilh Says:

    A rawn indawh reng tawh mai si, chutih laiin in hnar bur bur hlawm tawh si a. First peih lo chung chungin ka ti ta ngawt a nih kha! Ka hreh teh asin! Tuma awm loh hlana FIRST nih vel kha a HO teh asin!

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  4. 4
    H.Vangchhia Says:

    What to do and not to do when computer hard disk has been corrupted?

    Get yourself a brand new computer, a ni mai lawm ni?

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  5. 5
    Brando Zote Says:

    A siam thiam te call la ani mai alawmmmmmmm…?

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  6. 6
    mzvision Says:

    Aizawlah anih chuan an siam thei zel. US velah chuan a thar lei a fuh zawk ang.

    Format Risk top chi mawle file poimoh i neih loh chuan. Helam hi chu a hre ril hi an tam ltk, mahse an sawi peih kher lovang

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    maawma Says:

    Risk tawh a zawng a tun thleng a “extreme risk” ka la tih chu:
    1. Pentium 4 Processor, Northwood Core (mPGA478B)
    hman lar vanglai khan, pa pa 1 chu a processor ke a ti tliak a, a nin hlei vang a tliak a niang??!!! (in vuah lai reng chu tliak miah lo tura ngaih a nia), chuan dar zaiin a ke tur a siam chawp ve hmiah, rei vak lo chu a hmang ve leh a ni awm e, ahnuah a ti kang :-)
    2. HP 27 ink refill nawn nasa laileng pa khat chu, vawi 10 vel syringe in ink pangai a kah luh tawh hnu ah, a tawp ah chuan a refill theih toh loh ta nge nge a, chuan HP 27 ink cartridge kha Motor ke pump na te in a pump, Refregerator freezer ah te a dah, Pressure cooker ah te a chhum, hetia a sawisak hnu hian vawi 2 vel chu refill in a hmang leh thei a ni awm e. Pui ve tak chu ni ha ha :-)

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