Alexandria, Virginia (PressExposure) May 24, 2007 -- Maximize your chances of successful data recovery by running a dedicated data recovery tool from a USB flash drive. What would be a typical scenario for you if you have or accidentally deleted an important file or document? Would you search the Internet for a data recovery tool, download and install it to your PC, and then try to recover your data? Wrong! By doing this, you will dramatically reduce your chances of successful data recovery. If you want to successfully recover a deleted file, you should avoid any activities that result in write operations to your hard disk or other media where the deleted file was stored.
If you open a Web browser, it will immediately create cached versions of Web pages and images on your hard drive, reducing your chances of successfully restoring erased data. If you download a file, your chances get even lower. If you install data recovery software to your hard drives, chances are that by then it is already too late to hope for successful recovery of your document. For best chances of successfully recovery you should minimize any disk write operations. Your best bet is downloading and installing a data recovery tool well in advance, storing it in a safe place such as your USB flash drive, and not on your hard drive. Even if you havenât prepared a data recovery tool in advance, it is still recommendable that you install a tool to a USB stick instead of the hard drive and run it from there.
Smart Data Recovery for USB Flash Drives offers you a free, reliable and easy data recovery solution that is specifically designed to be installed and operated from a USB stick. Install Smart Data Recovery onto a USB stick and keep it with you to use it immediately shall a need arise. Download and save directly to USB drive if you already deleted your data and want to maximize your chances of getting it back. Avoid disrupting disk operations and increase your chances of successful data recovery by running the recovery process from a USB device!
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