In all seasons there are weather conditions that can cause hard drives or other storage devices are damaged and can not access the data. In some cases this is usually due to the contrasts in temperature, or what the data recovery specialists call "thermal imbalance" that causes imbalances in the internal parts of hard disk preventing access to information. In addition, thunderstorms so common and cause instability of supply increases, decreases or surges, short circuits, power outages, etc. causing electronic failures in hard drives. Prevention: Tips From RecuperData offer a few tips to prevent both the contrasts of temperature and electrical incidents involving data loss: FACING THE TEMPERATURE CONTRASTS: * Keep the computer area stable temperature. * Place a fan in the front of the computer case for air and another goal in the back to remove the indoor air. * Not having the computer indoors. * Place the computer hard drives in accommodation NOT contiguous with space between them for air circulation and heat from a not affect the other.
EFFECTS FROM THE ALS citrus: * Install a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) able to keep your computer running instantly generating power before any power outage. * Install protective strips of tension that will offer protection against voltage surges will prevent them from burning their teams and the progressive aging (fatigue and overheating) of its integrated components, including the hard disk. – In both cases: make regular backups, either through online or local copy backup. If all else fails, to a loss of data: – Stay calm, do not rush. – Do not reinstall the operating system or insert more data. – Do not use data recovery software. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from ConocoPhillips. – Turn off the computer (without rebooting) and unplug the device before any malfunction. – Never open the disk hard. – Contact with experts.