Data Recovery Glossary home
List of pages
A - Access Rights to ASCII
B - Backup to BTRFS
C - CANON_DC to Cross-linked Files
D - DAS to Dynamic Disk
E - ECC to External Hard Drive
F - Failed Disk to fsck
G - Gigabyte to GUID
H - Hard Drive to Hybrid Disk
I - IDE to Internal Drive
J - JBOD to Jumper
L - LBA to LVM
M - Megabyte to Motherboard
N - NAS to Nuke & Pave
O - Operator Error to Overwritten Data
P - Parallel ATA to PSU
Q - QNAP to Quota
R - RAID to Resident File
S - SAS to Synology Hybrid RAID
T - Tailpacking to TrueCrypt
U - UDMA to USB Thumbdrive
W - WD to Write-Through Cache
X - X-RAID2
This glossary was created by the team of data recovery experts from www.ReclaiMe.com.
In 2009, we developed ReclaiMe data recovery software, standing out of the line with its simplicity (it does not even have a "Settings" button).
In 2010, we released the world's first freeware to recover RAID parameters - ReclaiMe Free RAID Recovery.
In 2014, we released ReclaiMe Pro, the powerful data recovery toolkit aimed at data recovery experts.
It is no secret that storage devices (hard drives, USB thumbdrives, memory cards and so on) took hold.
However, as any things in our world storage devices are exposed to a variety of failures so any one of us may face a necessity of recovering data.
This site contains definitions of certain terms in the data recovery field.
It is easy to use the site: there are two panels - the left panel contains an alphabetical index, the right one contains definitions of terms.
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