One wrong click on your digital camera and all your pictures are gone. Some recovery programs will cost you as much as $50, but don't panic there is a way to retrieve them, and it's free. When you initially delete a photo is not totally gone. It's still there, but if you take new pictures it will be gone for good. So the first thing is remove the memory card from your camera. Next download this program Restoration. It's very simple and straight forward. Install the program on your desktop(Note-this program will not be installed on your computer you will have to click the icon in the folder for each use).
Unzip Restoration and select the destination folder. Click on the Unzipped folder and select the Restoration icon. Plug up your camera, or take out the memory card if you have a slot on your computer. Now just select the drive where your memory card is located and click "Search for deleted files". After it locates your files click "Restore by copying" Then just select where you would like the files saved. That's it your done and crisis averted. You can also recover deleted files with this process.
Saturday, September 6, 2008
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
In this day and age we Google just about everything. What has made Google so popular is it's ability to index the internet and give you relevant search terms. Google also indexes college's and universities and other sites across the internet. Site's were people upload their songs, photos for easy access. Let's say you wanted to look up a Carrie Underwood, but to specifically keep the search to MP3's you would have to type this in the search bar (-inurl:htm -inurl:html intitle:"index of" "Last modified" mp3 "Carrie underwood).
That's a lot of geek talk. GMP3 has taken this form and made into something you are use to. A simple search box you can type the artist name or song in. Click on the song and see if it will automatically download as an MP3. If not then right click and select save file as MP3. Anytime you download something off the internet you should go to the file right click and hit the scan button to make sure that it is virus free. Another one you can give a try that does the same thing is at jimmyr.com Hope this helps and until next time peace.
Posted by A. Tatum at 12:36 AM