ATA Standards used with Data Recovery Processes and Forensic Data Recovery - This was recorded for a Data Recovery Class by Scott Moulton from My Hard Drive Died .com and Forensic Strategy Services - firstname.lastname@example.org
How Solid State Flash Hard Drives work and how to rebuild them for data recovery. This presentation was at Shmoocon 2008 given by Forensic Expert Scott Moulton from My Hard Drive Died, and Forensic Strategy Services.
RAID is a great technology and in many cases is suppose to keep our data safe. What happens when it fails? RAID Arrays are one of the most painful things to reassemble. RAID 0 and RAID 5 software reassemblies have problems with Slice Sizes, and Drive Orders and in many cases, the user has no idea what the settings are. What do you do when you dont know the Slice Size and Drive Orders and you need the data from damaged drives? Well here is a demonstration of a way to determine this using Sight and Sound. I crammed as much on the subject as I can into a 50 minute presentation with Demos.