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Some of us have become ever too familiar with Blue Screen of Death. Everytime it happens, our hope of keeping integrity of our data fades by a mile. Is it that bad?


  1. Blue Screen of Death Has Killed My Data
  2. Myth: I Don't Need to Back Up Often
  3. Myth: Good Software Fixes Anything
  4. Fire and Water Destroys Computers Beyond Repair
  5. Technology is Built to Last

1. Myth: Blue Screen of Death Has Killed My Data

When your PC twitches, and suddenly your monitor has been sick displaying a sea of blue. To many easily scared PC users, this means death. Blue Screen of Life.

2. Myth: I Don't Need to Back Up Often

"The best back strategy is only good when you diligently use it just like Virus Software, Let's say you complete a threat-risk assessment to determine what back-up strategy works right now,. And you come up with a solution that best suits your needs. Then, in three months when the IT department upgrades the CPU or other hardware, you have to change your back-up tactic. Remember the time you back is always a factor of how much of your data changes and the frequency of changes that are done. How Often to Back Up?.

3. Myth: Good Software Fixes Anything

Purchasing Data Recovery Software is always not the answer to every common problem. For example a Hard Drive sounding its own death knell is when you hear a clicking sound. You cant do much at this stage but to power down and surrender the drive to a Recovery Lab with the technology that can handle physical drive failures. These are few companies out in the world that really have this technology. Most of them profess to have the technology and skills required. But in fact end up having a " Show bench" than a flow bench. Again all of them claim to have class 100 environment but really very little is done to ensure such a environment by these companies. Most of them buy a second hand Laminar flow and think they have everything it takes to recover data. Even Good Software Does Not Fix Everything.

4. Myth: Fire and Water Destroys Computers Beyond Repair

Perhaps in this part of the world, you didn't face a major flood, but a personal one: You spilled your drink on your keyboard. "Don't power it on ". A very important warning that is to be headed by every user if he wants to protect his data and not further damage it beyond recoverability. Damage Control after Fire and Water Disaster.

5. Myth: Technology is Built to Last

Everything built has a useful shelf life, remember nothing is built to last only friendship. Drives used to have a window of usage rated to about 5 to 10 years. But as the technology and usage challenges each other , this window seems to get smaller and smaller these days. Technology Does Not Last.

Testimonial from our customer
Dear Patrick,

I would like to express our staff gratitude and compliments to you and your team.
We had 2 harddisks failures, our internal team spent countless hours to retrieve the important data, but failed. We turned to your company for help. Your technical staff was very professional, confident and competent, he provided very useful information to our users prior to their decision to proceed with the recovery.
We were so very pleasantly surprised when the data could be retrieved by your technial team in good condition from the non-readable harddisks. Our staff were so grateful for the efforts, and everyone here knew it took tremendous efforts, persistence and sound expertise to accomplish what we had thought impossible! Now we know who to turn to for help.
Excellent job!
- Dave Lee, Regional Infrastructure Service Delivery Manager, Syngenta Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
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