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Remnant data is data that can be recovered from magnetic media after new information has been written to that media. Although remnant data has been recovered from magnetic tapes and floppy disks, there is no credible report that has been published in the open literature that remnant data can be recovered from modern hard drives.
 
Remnant data is data that can be recovered from magnetic media after new information has been written to that media. Although remnant data has been recovered from magnetic tapes and floppy disks, there is no credible report that has been published in the open literature that remnant data can be recovered from modern hard drives.
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==References==
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* [http://www.ifp.uiuc.edu/~vvv/veeravalli_ms_thesis.pdf Detection of Digital Information From Erased Magnetic Discs], Venugopal V. Veeravalli , Master's Thesis, Carnegie Mellon University, 1987
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=See Also=
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[[Residual Data]]
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[[Media:Maxtor PRML Read Channels.pdf]]
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[[Media:Maxtor Technological Developments.pdf]]
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[[Media:Maxtor MR and PRML.pdf]]
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[[Media:Maxtor Magnetoresistive Head.pdf]]
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[[Media:Maxtor Disk Geometry.pdf]]

Latest revision as of 14:54, 5 March 2009

Remnant data is data that can be recovered from magnetic media after new information has been written to that media. Although remnant data has been recovered from magnetic tapes and floppy disks, there is no credible report that has been published in the open literature that remnant data can be recovered from modern hard drives.

References

See Also

Residual Data

Media:Maxtor PRML Read Channels.pdf

Media:Maxtor Technological Developments.pdf

Media:Maxtor MR and PRML.pdf

Media:Maxtor Magnetoresistive Head.pdf

Media:Maxtor Disk Geometry.pdf