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Any instance of data loss in your LINUX hard drive

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Among the tech geeks, LINUX operating system based computers are considered more robust and safe in terms of data security, as the LINUX versions are more often updated with technology changes. Moreover, their frequent upgradation, keeps them comparatively free from virus/ malware intrusion. These are the few points backing the LINUX systems against some of the usual problems and thereby loosing valuable data. However, hard drive of a LINUX based computer, the major physical component that stores the data, can go wrong to take down significant amount of data with it. Such situation demands techniques, such as LINUX recovery or LINUX hard drive recovery to recover back your valuable data from the troubled drive.

Components inside a hard drive & why it fails:

A hard disk consists of several mechanical and electromechanical components, such as head, platter, motor, PCB etc. Be it a mechanical failure, electronic failure, firmware failure or any logical failure, if your hard drive fails due to any of the reasons, the data contained in it becomes inaccessible. In a number of occasions, the hard drive doesn't have any physical problem and due to some logical problem, such as virus/malware infection, formatting, file system corruption or operating system malfunction, the data in the drive remains unavailable.

Do s & Don't s regarding hard drive recovery:

Never try to open your damaged LINUX drive under any instance of data loss. Furthermore, never try coping new files, fragmenting etc, as the data inside the disk may get overwritten and hence, will go beyond the scope of recovery. Moreover, remember that, the data in the drive is never permanently lost and it can be safely recovered by the help of LINUX hard drive recovery technology.

Advanced operating systems like LINUX have inbuilt commands that can detect and repair errors to make your hard drive into working condition. 'fsck' is such a command, which helps to scan the LINUX drive for any possible corruption or damage and repair the same in order to recover the data. However, if the command fails, you have to restore your data from the updated backup, failing to which only one option is left to recover your invaluable data, that is to run a LINUX recovery software.

These LINUX recovery software are well advanced in their mechanism to dig into your troubled LINUX hard disk and recover your data irrespective of the hard disk type, make or model. Moreover, the operation is so simple that you needn't have to worry a little.

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