Handling Hardware to Fail Proof Data

One of the leading causes of data corruption is hardware failure. The failure does not have to be total or permanent; just enough to disrupt the integrity of the system and the programs you rely on can crash causing their associated data to become corrupted. Every professional knows the worst message to see is that the file you need cannot be read or a program you need to access can’t be opened. There are steps you can take to recover and repair the data. There are also ways you can change how you handle and support your hardware to make sure that integrity failure is not going to be a contributing cause. You can’t absolutely prevent data problems, but you can exert more control over what can go wrong and how quickly it can be fixed and your files recovered.

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In programs like Outlook and SQL, much depends on the processing of the hardware in order for the program’s functions to work correctly. There are many software packages that can help with SQL server recovery and Outlook repair, but after the file is recovered, it is a good practice to try and define the root cause of the problem. A common cause is controller failure.

Surprisingly, staying on top of the stability of your firmware controllers is easier than you think. Good scanning software can test the systems to see at what capacity they are operating and determine if their resource consumption is adequate or not. By getting on a testing and scanning schedule of maintenance, you can spot firmware issues before they will disrupt SQL and Outlook. Better to be able to plan for a unit to be placed into downtime for a firmware replacement than to be thrown into it while you are trying to do SQL recovery to keep a project going. If you plan to take a unit offline, you can shift the needed files to another computer and experience no loss of work time.

Keeping it Cool

If you have had to bring in a data recovery specialist to help with Outlook repair they are going to examine the environment of the hardware and do some forensic diagnostics to try and trace the source of the problem. Many times, it is a simple matter of the hardware being placed under too much stress from heat. Installing additional CPU fans, instituting the practice of using cooling pads, and making sure each machine is kept in well ventilated areas can help prevent future problems with your data. Making sure that your hardware meets the specifications of the current version of your program is also going to be essential to preventing data corruption. It may not prevent all future instances of it, but will reduce your risk significantly.


Have more questions about your data recovery and repair needs? Contact us and we will be glad to assist you. Datanumen Inc. is a leader in data recovery technologies. Our President and Chairman, Alan Chen, has put together products and specialists whose only focus is helping you stay in business by being able to recover your data and carry on.

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