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Creating and writing to HFS+ partitions without a Mac

Creating and writing to HFS+ partitions without a MacRecently, a Mac formatted hard disk came in for data recovery. Previously, I have read data from Apple's HFS+ file system (also known as Mac OS Extended) using TestDisk and other similar tools, on my Windows 10 machine. I usually dump the recovered data onto a FAT or NTFS drive. However, this particular client wanted the data to be delivered on a new 3TB external disk formatted in HFS+ format. Click to read more
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How to backup your files in Windows

How to backup your files in WindowsI have been helping people recover data from their hard disks, USB pen drives and other media for about 10 years now. Data recovery is a time-consuming and expensive process. And many times, clients have the tough decision of analysing the cost of recovery v/s the importance of their data. Is it worth recovering the data? I have some suggestions to make this decision a little easier: Click to read more

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