Recuva 1.51 Best Freeware Tool for Recover your deleted files


Recuva (pronounced “recover”) is a freeware Windows utility to restore files that have been accidentally deleted from your computer. This includes files emptied from the Recycle bin as well as images and other files that have been deleted by user error from digital camera memory cards or MP3 players. It will even bring back files that have been deleted from your iPod, or by bugs, crashes and viruses!

  • Simple to use interface – just click ‘Scan’ and choose the files you want to recover
  • Easy to use filter for results based on file name/type
  • Simple Windows like interface with List and Tree view
  • Can be run from a USB thumb drive
  • Restores all types of files, office documents, images, video, music, email, anything.
  • Supports FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, exFAT, NTFS, NTFS5 , NTFS + EFS file systems
  • Restores files from removable media (SmartMedia, Secure Digital, MemoryStick, Digital cameras, Floppy disks, Jaz Disks, Sony Memory Sticks, Compact Flash cards, Smart Media Cards, Secure Digital Cards, etc.)
  • Restores files from external ZIP drives , Firewire and USB Hard drives
  • It’s fast, tiny and takes seconds to run!

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How to Create a Simple Record Navigation in C#


This tutorial is a continuation of our last topic called “How to Display Selected Row from Datagridview into Textbox using C#”. But this time, I’m going to show you how to create a simple record navigation using C#. This will help the user to navigate through all the record from the database easily. To start this application open our last project called “student_info”, then add another button and arrange it that looks like as shown below.

Then we will add two lines of code below this line of code

OleDbConnection conn = new OleDbConnection(connection);

In this new line of code, we are just simply declaring an integer variable that has an initial value of zero.

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Displaying Reports Using MS Reporting (RDLC) In VB.NET


This is a simple tutorial about displaying report (using Microsoft Reporting) in VB.NET

One of many questions I often encounter is ‘how to display a report‘ in an application. Most of the time, the people asking that question mentions a specific product, which is Crystal Reports. But in reality there are many products that can be used to display a report in your program, such as Crystal Reports (bundled in Visual Studio .NET, up until version 2008), Xtra Reports, Active Reports, and many more.

This time I will show you how to use Microsoft’s own reporting Technology, which is Microsoft Reporting, which is included in Visual Studio ( From version 2005 – CMIIW), and very similar (a lighter version) of the more famous “Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services“.

In my personal opinion, if you are planning to create a report that will be exported to Microsoft Excel, it’s alot easier to make it using Microsoft Reports instead of Crystal Reports. Mainly because if you’re using Microsoft Reports, even the design layout is shaped in cells, as opposed to free placement layout of Crystal Reports, therefore you have more control on how the report would appear in the exported excel document.

Okay, let’s begin.

The first thing we need to do is to create some sample data for our report. Start your SQL Server/SQL Server Express and create a new database. Call it “StudentsDB“,

and create a new table named “Students” using this script:

Create Table Students
StudentID char(5)
,StudentName varchar(50)
,BirthDate datetime
,Gender varchar(6)

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Microsoft Office Online Apps are Now Available in the Chrome Store


Microsoft has been on a roll as of late with their Office Online suite, so this week’s announcement about Office Online apps for Chrome just sweetens the deal even more. Now you can pick and choose from Word Online, Excel Online, PowerPoint Online, and OneNote Online apps to make your Chrome browser more productive than ever before!

Get your favorite Office Online apps and learn more about the latest round of updates to Office Online via the links below.

You need to install Chrome Browser first.

Word Online [Chrome Store]

Excel Online [Chrome Store]

PowerPoint Online [Chrome Store]

OneNote Online [Chrome Store]


Toshiba’s OCZ Create Hard Disk Lightning Fast 3.2 TB SSD


Toshiba purchased OCZ last month for $35 million after OCZ were bankrupt.  OCZ are starting shipments of a new line of solid-state drives (SSD’s), which offer a maximum storage capacity of 3.2TB.  The Z-Drive 4500 range of Solid State Drives ship in capacities of 800GB and 1.6TB.  The new SSD’s are manufactured using the Japanese company’s latest developing process.


OCZ does already offer 3.2TB drives with the Z-Drive R4 SSD range, but the new drives are quicker, OCZ said in a statement. You may want to break into your savings account if you plan to purchase one though as the 3.2TB drive is priced at $6,533, the 1.6TB at $3,806 and 800GB at $2,355. This SSD range offers endurance of 2.5PB and random read times of 252,000 IOPS and random write times of up to 76,000 IOPS.

The Z-Drive 4500 SSD connects through a PCI-Express slot.  The SSD also uses software as a tool to increase the speed of read/write operations.  OCZ is also bundling Windows Accelerator software, which manages the SSD storage when it is functioning as cache. Other software bundled with the SSD is OCZ’s VXL virtualization software that manages deployment of virtual machines across blocks in SSD arrays.  This process minimizes resource waste. The virtualization software ensures quicker deployments of Virtual Machines and faster read/ write times.


At 3.2TB, OCZ are offering the maximum storage capacity available in Solid State Drive. SSD’s are quickly catching up to optical drives, which have reached a maximum capacity of 6TB. SSD’s, however, still remain more expensive to produce and purchase, than hard drives do.

OCZ’s SSD’s are what is known as MLC (multi-level cell), in which multiple bits are stored into one cell. The drive is also equipped with security and it has features to protect data in case of a power surge/outage. It is interesting to note that the drivers for the SSD for Windows and Linux have been rebuilt from the ground up. Also OCZ is offering a five-year warranty with the new products, which should quash any worries which people have regarding the reliability of OCZ drives.


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2 dead, many unaccounted as rescuers scramble to sinking South Korean ship


Seoul, South Korea (CNN) — Rescue boats and helicopters scrambled to pluck passengers, most of them high school students, from a ferry as it listed and slowly sank off the southwest coast of South Korea on Wednesday.

It’s unclear exactly how many of the 477 people on board were rescued. Many jumped from the listing ship to the freezing waters below.

At one point, South Korean authorities said 386 passengers had been rescued and that 104 remain unaccounted for. But later Wednesday, they said they couldn’t provide exact numbers.

What is known is that at least two people — a woman and a student — were confirmed dead.

The rescue operation was still underway six hours after the ferry first sent out distress signal.

Authorities could not immediately say what caused the ship to sink. The weather at the time of the incident in the area was clear.

‘I wanted to live’

Among the passengers the ferry, Sewol, was carrying were 325 students.

The group left from the port city of Incheon, just west of Seoul, for a four-day trip to the resort island of Jeju.

Around 9 a.m. local time, the ferry sent out its first distress call. It had begun to list.

A rescued student, Lim Hyung Min, told CNN affiliate YTN that he heard a loud bump. The ferry began to sink after that. Everyone was ordered to don life jackets and jump, he said.

Lim said he jumped into the sea before swimming to a rescue vessel.

“I had to swim a bit to get to the boat to be rescued,” he said. “The water was so cold and I wanted to live.”

As rescue crews dashed desperately to rescue passengers, the ferry slowly tilted on its side.

With the clock ticking, the 6,800-ton ferry sank. Only its white and blue hull remained above water.

Local media, including CNN affiliate YTN, reported that all students aboard the ship had been rescued. The South Korean Coast Guard hasn’t confirmed those accounts.

Passenger Kim Seung Mok said that, despite his efforts and those of others, he couldn’t get to several passengers on one of the decks.

“I stayed till the last to rescue people at the hall,” Kim told YTN. “But the water was coming in so fast (that) some didn’t make it out.”


FIX USSD Check Balance not work on iPhone iOS7


For Advance User:

1. Go to Cydia
2. Add repository (
3. Install “CommCenter patch for iOS 7″
4. Run “iFile” and go at /System/Library/Carrier Bundles/iPhone/Default.bundle/carrier.plst
5. Click on carrier.plst and select “Viewer PList”
6. Flip through down and find the item SupportsSupplementaryServicesOver3GPP (turned it off)
7. Turn it “On” and click “Finish”
8. Reboot the device.
9. Rejoice working USSD requests.

Works on:
iPhone 5 Sprint iOS 7.0.4 + R-SIM 8+
iPhone 4s Sprint iOS 7.0.4 + Gevey AIO
iPhone 5 ATT&T iOS 7.0.4 + R-SIM 9 + patch R-SIM
iPhone 5 Verizon iOS 7.0.4 + Gevey AIO

របៀបធ្វើអោយ iOS 7 ទ្រនាប់ស៊ីមអាចឆែកលុយបាន

ទូរស័ព្ទលោកអ្នកត្រូវតែមាន Cydia
1. ចូល Cydia បន្ថែមប្រភព
2. ស្វែងរក និង តម្លើង CommCenter patch for iOS 7
3. តម្លើង iFile
4. ចូលក្នុង iFile >
System > Library > Carrier Bundles > iPhone > Default.bundle >
ចុចលើហ្វាល់ Carrier.plist រើសយកពាក្យ Property List Viewer
អូសចុះក្រោមឃើញពាក្យ SupportsSupplementaryService > ON
5. បន្ទាប់ពីនោះត្រូវ Restart iPhone មួយសិន ទើបដំណើរការ៕

Easy Way for Simple User :

បើក Cydia បន្ថែម Source (
មាន Tweak ឈ្មោះថា USSD Fix For iOS 7


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Battery Prototype Recharges Smartphones in 30 Seconds


A battery that uses nanotechnology to charge your smartphone in 30 seconds may sound like something out of a sci-fi movie but an Israeli startup claims to have created just that.

StoreDot unveiled its battery charging prototype Monday at Microsoft’s Think Next conference in Tel Aviv.

StoreDot’s prototype is able to completely recharge a smartphone battery from 0%-100% in just 30 seconds. It relies on bio-organic nanodots, tiny conductive crystals that help enable rapid charging.

Currently, the device is closer in size to a laptop charger than a smartphone charger, but the company says it expects the final product will be about the size of a typical smartphone battery.

The charger is still a prototype, which means it will be some time before it is commercially available. The Wall Street Journal reports the company hopes to begin production in “late 2016.”

“The only disadvantage is that the industry is not ready for it,” Dr. Doron Myersdorf, CEO and cofounder of StoreDot, the nanotechnology company behind the charger, told TechCrunch. “We are talking about a new type of materials that can be introduced into different types of devices.”

The company hasn’t revealed exactly how much the charger might cost, only that it will retail for roughly twice the amount of a typical phone charger.

Check out the video, below, to see the StoreDot’s prototype in action.