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Data Recovery Part 2: Recovering Data from USB Drives and SD Cards

In our last article, we talked about recovering lost data from your computer [BACKLINK]. Today we’re going to talk about recovering data from a USB flash drive or an SD card. Most of the information out there on the internet aboud data recovery is geared toward recovering files from your computer’s hard drive, with little attention given to portable storage like USB drives and SD cards. While are a lot…

Tech Tip Thursday: What You Need to Know About Data Recovery

Data recovery is one of the biggest worries most PC users face. Most people will encounter a situation at some point where they find themselves no longer able to access data they need. Fortunately in many situations there are ways to access your data, and at Phone Medics + PC we can help you get your data back. Unfortunately, data recovery can be a little tricky, and the amount of…

How to Avoid Phishing By Phone

Here at Phone Medics + PC, we’re not just committed to repairing your phone or PC when something goes wrong. We want to help you keep your devices running smoothly and keep yourself safe from some of the technology-based threats out there. In our last post, we gave you some tools for identifying email-based phishing scams. Today we’re going to talk about ways to recognize the same kind of scam…

Tech Tip Thursday: How to Backup Your PC’s Data

At Phone Medics + PC, we aren’t just committed to fixing your phone or PC when something goes wrong, we also want to give you the tools to keep your devices running well, and to help you minimize the inconvenience when something does go wrong. That’s why we're posting this series on the best ways to backup your data. In our previous post we discussed backup options for your iPhone.…

Tech Tip Thursday: How to Keep Your Computer Running Smoothly

We all know how frustrating it can be when your computer runs too slowly. At Phone Medics + PC, there are plenty of steps we can take to help get you back up to full speed. Hardware upgrades like new RAM, a faster processor, and a bigger, faster hard drive can all give your computer a major speed boost. But we also know that sometimes you’re not quite ready to…