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A: The exact time of the recovery will depend on the kind of files to be recovered and the process to be used for the recovery.
However, usually, it does not take more than one totwo hours to recover data with quick recovery software.
Q: Suggest some ways to stay away from
the problem of data loss.
A: To start with, get a nice anti-virus which may stop your files from getting attacked and corrupted by viruses. Apart from that, the best way to stay clear of the problem of data loss is to make back up files for all the documents.
Q: What does one mean by RAID?
A: RAID is a technology by which many drives are combined into unit of data storage. The partitions are created in the drive by using striping.