A practical oriented online course which imparts training in Data Recovery. First a detailed study of data types, file systems and operating system fundamentals is done. A step by step procedure of how a file is written and read from the disk helps in better understanding of the file system. Using this information is described how data loss occurs, how it can be recovered and under what circumstances data recovery is partial or not possible too. Special emphasis is given on case studies and practical recovery concepts. This training also provides the concepts of data recovery when a hard drive is physically crashed or being not detected by the bios of motherboard.
Physical Data Recovery Training
This is the main content of our online data recovery course, beginning with explaining the use and operation of the clean room we look at the other elements of data recovery. The online physical recovery course trains the novice how to solder SMD components by hand. You will learn how to diagnose the logic card faults, how to de-solder the faulty components and solder a replacement component to get the card working. The modules are things not normally discussed in the data recovery books or information pages of the web.
Why should we need to solder when we can swap the logic card? It is not an easy process anymore to simply swap the logic card with a donor. Technology has changed and the use of NV RAM can make life a little tricky when swapping the cards. It is often quicker to test and repair the faulty component on the PCB. This data recovery education course teaches students to repair logic cards using simple tools that are likely already part of your existing toolkit. The online physical data recovery course shows you how to perform platter swaps, read / write head transplants on drives with up to three platters. Our course covers issues when the heads need to be re-aligned, we will show you how to do this by hand using your naked eye and some common tools. At the end of the online data recovery course you should be confident to repair any physical faults on hard drives.
USB flash drives do not contain moving parts, however they do fail often. Most of the failures seem to occur when using Windows XP, however we have no supporting evidence that XP is to blame. We will show you how to successfully recover data from USB flash drives.