I want to make a recover mechanism for my Ubuntu, meaning that no matter how I change my system while working, if I reboot, the system will always be reset to the original state. For example, I created and remove some files, but after rebooting, the created files should have been removed and the removed files should have been back.
Is there such a tool?
May I know from the user perspective, is it possible for them to access “recover item folder” of their archive mailbox?
I enable the archive mailbox for users, there is a “Recoverable Items 14 days Move to Archive” retention tag assigned to them. So how can they access the “recover item folder” of their archive mailbox themselves?
Thanks a lot!
I successfully installed TWRP yesterday on my phone and then wanted to root it, but before doing that, I wanted to do a Full-Wipe of my phone, just leaving the phone with the OS, but for some reason, I left the System Partition Wipe option enabled and Wiped it. Now, I’m stuck in a bootloop without an OS, and I can only access TWRP and Download Mode.
How can I recover the system/install the OS again?
SAMSUNG J7 PRO (SM-J730GM),
Previous O.S: Nougat 7.0
Region: México TCE
My usb drive had some data. I used it as bootable drive for installing Linux on my pc. Now the data is lost can recover the data ?
I am unable to recover my deleted gmail account after six months please solve my problem as soon as possible as it is very urgent.
How to Recover From Any Google Penalty?
I just did the full version upgrade. It included a version upgrade of umoria. I was running a very buff character before the upgrade, and it has disappeared, along with the high scores list, when I run the new version. Is there hope for the dead, or have all the inodes that made him up been untraceably returned to the available pool?
Do businesses need to be trained to understand ransomware is also a breach and needs to be treated as such with disclosure to compliance orgs, other regulators and investors?
Or do you feel most businesses realize this is the case?
To boot up with external disk, I launched into a startup security utility. The standard startup security utility shows the menus like above.
But my startup security utility only shows the Firmware password protection menu without any options about Secure boot and External Boot. How to recover startup security utility?
OS version: 10.14.5 Mojave
Device version: 2017 MacBook Pro
The way to startup security utility: Press cmd + R on boot
A few days ago, I faced an error in my Outlook file as I was not able to access that so I tried various ways to fix that but none works. Someone suggest me to use an OST to PST Converter by Recovee.
I download its demo mode which is free for me, it works for me but still, recovery is too slow with that version but finally, something works.
Found this remarkable software from here: http://www.datarecovo.com/convert-ost-to-pst.html