Partitions created in the hard drive enable you to install different
operating systems. A partition table is positioned at the first sector
(cylinder 0, head 0 and sector 1, Master Boot Record) of every hard drive.
This table contains the information about locations and sizes on the hard
drive. Corruption in a partition table can occur due to improper system
shutdown, file system corruption, software bugs and more. Once the partition
table is corrupted, the user may not be able to boot a particular operating
system. Furthermore, the data saved in the unbootable partition becomes
inaccessible. In such situations, you need to restore the data from the
latest backup. To recover the data completely, in case of no backup
availability, you need to use effective Linux Data Recovery application.
To perform dual boot on the computer system, the user installs two operating
Linux boot process proceeds in steps. At first, BIOS selects the boot device
and loads the boot sector. The boot manager then loads the kernel image in
RAM to execute and run the setup code. Kernel initializes all the installed
devices, switches the CPU from Real Mode to Protected Mode, loads the
compressed kernel and performs further boot process steps. But in case if
system cannot find this kernel image, it will fail to boot.
In such situations, your system either hangs or displays error messages and
eventually, you cannot access your data. Data backup, if present, valid and
In a Linux system, files, blocks, directories, sockets and other items are
referred by corresponding file descriptors. If your system is reporting
errors that the file descriptor is bad, one of possible causes is that file
system is corrupt and thus, you require restoring from backup. But if backup
is not valid enough to restore complete information, you need to use advanced
Linux Data Recovery applications.
As an instance, you might encounter the below error message with your Linux
“Bad file descriptor”
You might receive this error while trying to access a file or... (more)
Microsoft Developer on Ulitzer
Several users upgrade their operating systems from Microsoft Windows XP to
Windows Vista. But in case if any error during the setup process, rollback
phase is initiated. When you run the rollback phase, your system returns to
previous installation of Microsoft Windows operating system. But there is no
guarantee of rollback phase to be successful.
When it does not complete, no operating system can run properly and thus all
hard drive partitions become inaccessible. In such situations, Partition
Recovery is required to get your valuable data back.
Microsoft Dynamics on Ulitzer
File Indexing is an allegedly useful feature of Microsoft Windows operating
system. It extracts critical information from files on hard disk and creates
the “searchable keyword index” that Is used for making the file search
more efficient. Using file indexing service, you can easily searching for a
phrase, properly or word in a document, even without knowing name of the file
that you want. In some situations, the indexing of file may get damaged and
may access all your files inaccessible from Windows hard drive partition. In
such cases, you need to ... (more)