HI-TECH NEWS with #repair hashtag

by AnandaAnatoly
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When, a computer becomes dead, everyone assumes that all the data is also gone along with the computer. But, believe it or not, recovering data from a dead computer is not that difficult. Normally companies follow a very common template of recovering data. Here, are the steps to recover files from a dead computer:

Get an external hard disc drive which can host a hard disk and connect to a computer via USB post.

by Paulite
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Many Android phones are a bit more durable than iPhones, but that doesn't mean they're immune to damage. Phone screens are made of glass, after all, and glass breaks when you drop it.

So. You dropped your Android phone for the 60th time and you now have a beautiful spider web pattern blooming across your home screen. If you don't have month-to-month phone insurance, here are your options for getting that screen fixed.

by Amanda's
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Most of us have come to take for granted that our Mac, iPhone, or iPad just sort of… work. It's there when we need it and ready to perform whatever task we demand of it.

The flipside of that is, of course, that when things do go wrong, such as your Mac not starting up, we're more likely to be caught out. But that doesn't have to be the case; there's almost nothing that can go wrong that hasn't gone wrong for several other people at some point in the past – and, in most cases, has been fixed without too much trauma.

by Matar Khalifa
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Does your hard drive make a buzzing noise when you turn it on?