Exploring 4K Video: Storage and Device Compatibility

Recover deleted 4K video needs increase. For anyone fascinated by video technology, the evolution of 4K resolution has been an immensely exciting process. With 4K cameras now available (but expensive — prices can vary from below $1000 to $3000+). Thus, those looking to capture scenes in the crispest, sharpest resolution can. The problem is when your 4k video becomes corrupted or deleted. Watching videos filmed in this format is very impressive, and for professional film-makers, the temptation to upgrade must be great. However, what about storing this data? What about data loss? Given the amount of pixels, the amount of space 4K videos people consume on hard drives is a steep. In fact, it’s an increase over standard-definition video files …

5 Tips for Extending My Flash Memory Card Life

Memory cards are an essential part of life for many of us today: whether they hold all of our beloved pictures taken on our digital camera or our phone, we want them to stay in top condition, to ensure our data stays safe. At eProvided, we know how frustrating it can be when storage devices fail, but if you have no back-up copies, it can be much worse — you feel absolutely devastated. We specialize in recovering data on storage drives, helping you get your beloved pictures back using the latest and most innovative techniques. Extending your Memory Card’s Life. However, prevention is better than cure. Next, what can you do to help keep your memory card performing at its …

Top 5 Thumb Drives on the Market

Thumb drives remain one of today’s top choices for secure data storage. Pocket-friendly, convenient to carry, easy to use – these offer a great way to save and carry data. Allowing you to continue work or enjoy media on any compatible device, wherever you are. Here at eProvided, we know a thing or two about thumb drives. As specialists in data recovery, we know how effective and efficient these are. We also continue to see high numbers of users storing their files on them. Cloud storage options now offer a cheap, simple, convenient way for users to keep their data safe. Thumb drives need to offer high-quality performance to stay in the game. Today’s manufacturers are more than living up …

My NAND Flash Memory is Not Detected, Who Do I Call?

Thanks to NAND Flash Memory, today’s devices continue to evolve in new and exciting ways. Storing files and data, of various sizes, now allows us to access our important documents and media wherever we are. Even on our smartphones store our important files. NAND technology’s found in USB drives, iPads, iPhones, digital cameras and other devices. The majority of electronics now use NAND flash memory components. NAND flash devices provides exceptional performance that has so many of us hooked. However, the more this technology advances, and the elements essential to its efficiency become more complex, the worse it can be when they break down. We store valuable data on our phones, laptops, and pads without giving it a second thought. …

Best Storage Devices for Digital Filmmakers

Let’s discuss making a film, and which storage devices are best for you. No matter how long or short, no matter its budget, it’s a difficult process. If you don’t think ahead, data recovery specialists might be required. Data Recovery Specialists. Prevent a data disaster. As you shoot your film, you need to ensure all of your footage stored safely. Luckily, in this digital age, you have more options to back up your work and keep it secure. To ensure the best results, you need to combine your knowledge and skills with the best equipment available. Back in the days of VHS, making your own film meant carrying a bulky camera, and needing two VCRs to transfer from one tape …

Becoming a Data Recovery Partner

Why you should be a data recovery partner with eProvided? As more companies switch to digital storage, more expertise is needed. Namely, to keep the systems we depend on working their best. Therefore, many sign up with eProvided as a data recovery partner. We use desktop PCs, laptops, tablets or smartphones to access and organize our work. Thus, problems can occur through human-error. Technological glitches are also common. This can prove devastating if sensitive data or records vanish, with no trace. Not only can work disappear, but people inside the business become affected. Payments delay, communications stop, and presentations will be rewritten. Therefore, the number of problems caused by the smallest error is frightening. However, data recovery experts, such as …

Who to Turn to When your iPad Breaks and you Need your Data

The iPad has become an essential part of our lives, it’s hard to imagine a time without them, but even your iPad can suffer data loss. You can spend hours and hours tapping away at that screen, arranging your entire life: you can take pictures and upload them to all of your social media networks; you can prepare documents and other pieces for work; you can watch films and TV shows; you can play games boasting high-end graphics – whatever you need to do online, you can do almost all of it on your iPad. Even if you don’t own one yourself, chances are you’ll see someone else using one several times each day; the iPad has also spawned generations …

External USB Drives: Who do you Turn to if they Fail?

External hard drives are fantastic for storing large amounts of data locally, without uploading it to the cloud or overloading your computer’s internal drive. However, as reliable and sturdy as most USB drives & portable hard drives are, mishaps and malfunctions leading to data loss happen. This can be annoying at best, devastating at worst: if you have weeks and weeks’ (or years and years’) worth of data stored in your external hard drive when it fails, then you can feel absolutely destroyed. This can be caused by accidental deletion, infection from viruses, corrupted data, or various other technical and mechanical issues. Can you get data back? Can you recover all those lost files? Possibly – each situation is different. …

What is A Monolith Storage Device?

Monolith Storage in USB Flash Drive Production. Monolithic storage is made up of numerous electronic components. Their respective connections are all integrated into a single-layered semiconductor wafer or package. This package splits into 3D integrated circuits. Monolith storage architectures have evolved to become a popular choice for manufacturers. Thus, they’re cheaper to produce compared to standard NAND and Controller based devices. Monolithic storage is a significant breakthrough in memory storage devices. And, the breakthrough is across SD cards, USB flash drives, and microSDs. However, it is viewed as something of a bigger challenge to recover data from a monolithic storage device. Consequently, they often suffer from damage and files become corrupted. Furthermore, when this occurs you’ll need micro SD card …

Types of Computer storage

In this day and age, there really is no excuse not to back up your data. There are so many computer storage options available. Most of which are cost-effective and reliable. Here at eProvided, we help people recover data they feared lost across any storage device, but we know, prevention is better than cure. To keep your work, documentation, or precious media as safe as possible, you should be making back-ups in whatever storage devices you can get your hands on. Thus, if your computer breaks or gets stolen, you’ll still be able to access all the materials you need from another PC, laptop, or tablet. So, what types of computer storage are out there on the market, and what …

CD’s and DVD’s Are Damaged – How Can I Recover the Data?

In the recent past, optical media has embraced the use of CD’s and DVD’s as a means of storing data. CD’s or DVD’s are optical media developed to store information for an unspecified period of time but keep data safe so it can be readable in the future. CD and DVD burners have advanced by leaps and bounds from their original classification. There were times not twenty years ago where burning a CD was not possible above 1x speed, requiring about forty-five minutes to be expended to create a single disc. Speed has increased to the point where burners now get up to 52x in speed, allowing a CD or DVD to be burned in mere minutes. The downside of …

How It Works: Professional Data Recovery Tools & Professionals.

Data recovery is the method by which raw data is moved from an unreadable device to a secondary storage medium in order to retain the fidelity of the data so that it can be used again. It is usually needed when a particular storage device fails in operation and the data on the device is needed to perform mandatory tasks. Data recovery can be done on discs that have met with an untimely demise via software or hardware failure. However, it cannot be done on drives that have been physically damaged beyond a certain point. Most data recovery is done on devices that are impossible to access or have minor damage in their input/output process. Many software companies provide end-user …

NASA, Big Consumers of Data Recovery, Here’s Why

NASA & Data Recovery. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is responsible for the level of technology we are currently at. Their innovations over the last handful of decades has made life a lot better. NASA is responsible for such everyday labor-saving appliances, ranging from smoke detectors to protective paint. However, NASA needs support as well, since it uses a lot of modern-day technology in its missions. They don’t have to reinvent the wheel if we already have something that performs the tasks they need. They do manage to improve these everyday devices quite a bit. A good example is, of course, the everyday hard disk drive. NASA uses these in almost every device that requires an onboard storage …

Should I Avoid Using SSD’s? Pros & Cons, Solid State Disks.

SSD Innovations. Benefits in using an SSD? Solid State Drives (SSDs) are one of the newest innovations in technology under the broad umbrella of storage devices. Its predecessor, the hard disk drive, is still a part of the technology scene. Larger HDDs are being developed to cope with the demand for storage across portable and fixed computers. Currently, Solid State Drives are expensive because of their high per-megabyte cost. Namely, many times more than HDD’s. As of April 2018 prices have dropped dramatically. Because of the difficulty of finding sales for high-volume SSD’s, not many of them are produced for the consumer market. More often, smaller, more reasonably priced SSDs are built for the everyday user. Thus, everyday users don’t …

Is it possible to recover a Shattered USB?

While many of us use cloud storage nowadays (Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox etc.), USB drives (or flash drives) are still popular. Small enough to fit in your pocket, cheap, and easy to use, these are a dependable form of storage. But what happens if you drop one from height, or accidentally sit or stand on it? Shattered USB? Is your data actually gone forever? Not necessarily. There may yet be hope. Some people make the mistake of assuming otherwise. So don’t toss the drive in the trash. This eliminates any chance of recovering your files. They should check if it’s in working order. No matter what level of damage the shattered USB has taken, it’s worth investigating the chances of getting your …

All you need to Know About Preventative Measures in Data Loss

Losing data can be devastating. Whether you lose an essay due within the next hour, or an important presentation vanishes, you can find yourself in trouble with no clear solution. Data loss happens to the best of us. Maybe you’re lucky enough to have handwritten notes (or even a full first-draft scribbled down on paper) to draw on, but chances are, you’ve worked directly on your word processing software with no backups. So, what can you do to avoid data loss in future? Prevention is better than cure. Here’s four tips for preventative measures in data Loss. Data Loss, avoid saving documents on your OS’s drive. We all do this – whenever we work on a document in our word …

How to Protect My SD Cards and Micro SD Cards

Micro SD and SD cards are important requirements for access to digital photos. Many different devices can access these memory cards. Also, some devices require a user to insert and eject an SD card many times. If you are out in the field taking thousands of shots, you will need many memory cards. This back and forth between storage can increase the likelihood of SD card damage. We discuss micro SD card data recovery here. How To Clean SD Card Products. To illustrate, take extra care and time inserting a SD card. Clean the SD card contacts with alcohol at times. Clean the internal DSLR adaptors where these micro SD cards plug in. As a rule, clean SD card products …

Stick my Hard Drive in the Freezer?

Can you stick a hard drive in the freezer? It’s inevitable, for your hard drive to succumb to faults that magnify and cause your hard drive to stop working. And, it could blow a circuit or crash. Unfortunately, it’s rarely possible to be able to predict these occurrences. Besides, you have taken good care of the hard drive. For instance, is it safe to put a hard drive in the freezer? Below, we will discuss some unusual options in recovering lost files on a hard drive. You can say that your hard drive has crashed when it fails to boot, even when connected with the computer. You might sometimes hear clicking noises when the hard drive’s connected. Generally, we call …

USB Drive Damage? Damage Severity Determines Your Chances at Recovery

What caused your USB drive damage? Was it run over by a car, the tip bent, or your dog ate your USB flash drive? USB drives can become unrecognized by a PC. There are many ways in which USB drives break. Let’s talk about your chances at recovering your lost files from this disaster. There are different types of USB drive damage that seem impossible to recover from. When mega-damage happens, you still have a very good chance of getting your data back. So what is recoverable and what is not, let’s discuss it with eProvided.Com and the founder, Bruce Cullen. When is Data Recovery Possible? On Average, 98% of the Time. In this section (when is data recovery possible?) …

Voice Recorder Data Recovery & NAND Flash Memory

The most common voice recorders utilize NAND flash memory. Likewise, digital recorders use NAND flash efficiently. In addition, if your voice recorder uses internal storage, that microSD broken in half will recover just fine. Furthermore, voice recorder data recovery happens at eProvided, no matter the damage. Indeed, voice recorders (Olympus VN-541PC 4 GB below) benefit from NAND flash. Benefits of NAND Memory and Recovering Data on NAND Flash Memory. Today, everything from MP3 players to digital cameras leverages NAND memory. Why is it so popular? And why is it so widely integrated in technology? Several unique and valuable benefits made it the memory of choice. Manufacturers can produce cost-effective products. In addition, eProvided can recover data from NAND based memory. …