Data Recovery in Acer® Extensa 4620Z
Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop comes preloaded with Windows Vista Home Premium operating system. Then, for offering unrivalled system performance, it has got specifications, like Intel Pentium Dual-Core T5550 processor which operates at 1.6 GHZ. Hard drive which is used for storage is of 120 GB. The 15.4 inch LCD display of Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop offers maximum of 1280 x 800 pixel resolution. The full size keyboard in it offers a comfortable typing experience and the built in stereo speakers are capable of offering a good sound experience. The DDR2 memory in it is of 1024 MB. Mobile Intel GMA X3100 is used as graphics processor in Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop. For high connectivity, it is offered with 802.11b, 802.11g wireless LAN and Ethernet. Data recovery is important when the data stored in the system is being lost due to system crashing, HDD failure or due to other reasons.
- Data recovery
- Recovering using software
- Using disk imaging
Data recovery is a process of retrieving data from a damaged or corrupted medium. This medium can be either hard disk, system drive or any other external storage device, like USB drive, CD/ DVD, etc. Data recovery in Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop is mainly done to recover the lost or damaged data. This happens whenever the hard disk of the system gets damaged due to certain reasons, if all the data stored in the system gets corrupted or damaged.
Recovering using software
With the help of recovery software, users can easily recover corrupted data in Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop. This is mainly used when the hard disk gets crashed or is exposed to some other serious disasters. With the help of this software, users can get access to the damaged data and can follow certain steps in order to recover it.
Disk imaging is a method used by Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop for recovering the lost data from the hard drive, when it has been damaged or got corrupted. This method may often use the data image of the partition of your Acer Extensa 4620Z laptop hard drive and then it will transfer it to a stable partition.