Data Recovery in Acer® Aspire 5100 Laptop
Acer Aspire 5100 Laptop is the new multimedia laptop from Acer series. The laptop comes with 64-bit computing feature. The processor included in it is the new AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile Technology TL-50. The processor has a speed of 1.6 GHz with a 2x 256 KB L2 cache integrated. The Dual-Core processor increases the productivity with freedom to add more data and thus share the system load between two distinct processors. It provides both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows-compatible support. It supports multimedia with the ATI Radeon Xpress 1100graphics card and the 128 MB dedicated memory. The card is capable to add a 384 MB from shared system memory. The laptop comes with Windows XP Home Edition or Windows Professional as its default operating system. You may need to run some data recovery operations in your system to get back the lost data to its original position.
- Data Recovery and its uses
- Data Recovery using software
- Data Recovery using Data Carving
Data Recovery and its uses
Data Recovery is the method of retrieving data from the hard disk drive for Acer Aspire 5100 laptop installed with Windows operating system. It can retrieve data, which has been lost due to a system crash or mechanical malfunction. The data recovery can be used for accessing data, which were accidentally removed from your system or were overwritten by other data file. You can use a number of data recovery methods, which attempts to extract data from system. It can be used for accessing data, which is not accessible by other methods.
Data Recovery using software
You can use some third-party software for performing data recovery in Acer Aspire 5100 laptop installed with Windows operating system. There are a number of software designed for this purpose including the Laptop Data Recovery Software 1.1 and Quick Recovery Raid 0 and more. These software when installed in the system starts to scan the system in search of lost data. It is useful for recovering data, which were lost due to virus attack, accidental system shutdown and deletion.
You can attempt to recover lost data in your Acer Aspire 5100 laptop installed with Windows operating system with the use of Data Carving. The method is much useful in accessing data, which no longer has file system allocation information available to identify the sectors or clusters, which belong to the file or data. The Data Carving method scans the whole system hard disk drive for files with no allocation information. The method works in an assumption that the initial point of the file is present in the system and finds out the files through its signature. As the file is found, it is reviewed by a specific program and is then carved entirely to the system drive.