Data recovery from Acer® Aspire One Laptop Partition
Acer Aspire One laptop comes with Intel Atom processor N270 which operates at 1.60 GHZ for offering fine and elegant system performance. The DDR2 memory in it is of 1.5 GB. Operating system in it is Windows XP. Hard drive which is used for storage is of 120GB. The 8.9 inch WSVGA display of Acer Aspire One has a maximum resolution of 1024x600 pixels. The full sized keyboard in it offers a comfortable typing experience. In order to provide fine graphics performance its features Intel GMA graphics media graphics accelerator. The 6 cell lithium ion battery in it offers a comfortable life for Acer Aspire One. For offering connectivity it has got Wireless LAN and Ethernet.
The following are the different ways for data recovery in Acer Aspire One laptop:
- Use of data recovery
- With data recovery software
- Disk Imaging
Use of data recovery
In your Acer Aspire One laptop such Acer Aspire 5517, Acer Aspire ZG5, Acer Aspire D250 and Acer Aspire 5515 the data is stored on either of the medias like hard disks, floppy disks, tapes, CD, DVD and other storage media. Due to virus or due to improper storage media your data would get damaged. In such a situation the process of data recovery is very useful. Data recovery is a process of retrieving your data from your laptop. You can recover lost data or damaged data easily using this process.
With data recovery software
With the help of the data recovery software you could easily recover your data from Acer Aspire ZG5, Acer Aspire 5515. Then when you purchase this recovery software you would get a CD along with it which would help you to boot your laptop. With the help of this CD you could switch on and run your laptop easily even though the hard disk is corrupted. Then when you access the Operating system you could use this software to recover the data and save the files to other devices before you try to format your hard disk.
Disk Imaging is a method used by Acer Aspire 5517, Acer Aspire D250 etc to recover data from the hard drive when it get damaged. This method would often lift the data image of the damaged partition of your system’s hard drive and then it would transfer it to a stable partition. This process would often bypass the Operating system and would directly deal with the hard drive of your PC.