Data Recovery in Acer® Aspire 5920 Laptop
Acer Aspire 5920 laptop comes with either Intel Centrino Dual mobile processor or Intel Core 2 Duo processor for offering an unrivalled system performance. The DDR2 memory in it is of 2GB. The 15.4 inch WXGA display of Acer Aspire 5920 has got maximum resolution of 1280x800 pixels. Keyboard in it offers a comfortable typing experience for it. 6 cell lithium-ion battery in it offers a comfortable life for it. For delivering sound output, Acer Aspire 5920 has got the Intel High definition audio support. Operating system in it is Windows Vista. For rendering fine graphics performance, Acer Aspire 5920 has been equipped with Intel Graphics media accelerator X3100. Hard drive used for storage has a capacity of 250 GB. At times, users are required to perform hard disk data recovery to save critical data during from permanent loss.
- Hard drive data recovery
- Using Data Recovery Software
- Data Carving
Hard drive data recovery
Hard drive recovery is a process in which the corrupted data is extracted from the hard drive of your PC in case Acer Aspire 5920 crashes. With the help of hard drive recovery software, you could easily extract the corrupted data. By transferring your data manually to another laptop also, you could recover your data. This method is one of the best methods as it prevents the drive from being overwritten.
Using Data Recovery Software
With the help of the data recovery software, you could easily recover your data from Acer Aspire 5920. Then, when you purchase this recovery software you would get a CD which would help you to boot your Acer Aspire 5920. With the help of this CD, you could switch on and run your Acer Aspire 5920 easily even though if 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.
Data Craving is one of the another method which could be used to recover the data from the drive of your Acer Aspire 5920 if it has been damaged. This process would check the contents of your drive and it would look for the files which have no allocation information. Thus, you could locate the exact location of the files on the storage media and recover the files. Data carving is very effective but it would take a lot of time.