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I/O limitation of usb memory sticks by Martin
Hi. I have a general question about usb memory sticks: Do usb sticks have a limitation of the amount of read/write operations during their lifetime? I would like to run an application on an usb memory stick, which would accesses the stick about every 60 seconds. Assuming that every...
June 26th 03 05:47 PM
by Mike S. Go to last post
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Does ghost support imaging c: to d: on same drive? by RNelson
Am trying to find the answer to a simple question. Or some help. I have a laptop with one drive. Partitioned as "C:" and "D:". When I boot my 2002 ghost from a floppy I can select "C" as the partition I want to image but when the screen goes to the destination only the floppy "A" drive is listed....
June 26th 03 05:39 PM
by Eric Gisin Go to last post
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RAID Disk Exerciser for Win2K by Mark
Hey All, I have some Fibre RAID5 setups running under Win2k They go from a Qlogic controller to the Mylex DACFF RAID card to the Drives I am looking for a Win2K compatible disk Exerciser to run on this. Any help would be greatly appreciated... thx
June 26th 03 06:36 AM
by Mark Go to last post
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How does XXCOPY generate long filenames from 8.3 files copied over with xxcopy16 by RNelson
I am trying to backup a fresh install off Win98se using xxcopy and xxcopy16. 1. I ran the command xxcopy c: d: /clone to copy all my files over to D (save drive, extended partition) drive. 2. Then I reformatted C and using a Windows startup boot disk I ran xcopy16 d: c: /clone . 3. Rebooted and...
June 26th 03 05:14 AM
by RNelson Go to last post
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firewire & usb2 HD box by MtyC
the FireWire give up to 400Mbps(50MBps) and USB2 give 480Mbps why i see that many external HD Box give Transfere rete 100Mbps-120Mbps?
June 26th 03 04:41 AM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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hard drives and low voltage by anon
Will continual operation of hdd's at a low voltage (102 V - USA should be range of 95 - 130V) potentially shorten the life of a hdd? Are standard PC power supplies voltage regulated?
June 26th 03 03:29 AM
by Eric Gisin Go to last post
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which 120 or 160gb HDD? by cpliu
I know also that WD has a 12 month warranty on their "regular" units, and a 3-year warranty on their units that have an 8MB cache. Their RMA policy is pretty good, in that you have a choice of receiving a replacement BEFORE sending the defective unit back. This allows you to I like WD's...
June 26th 03 12:51 AM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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Recovering data from Seagate drive by chrisv
On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 20:11:34 +0100, "John Smith" wrote: Ah, thanks Rod - he's not one of these boys who rant on about spaces between Damn, you top-posters are stupid. Learn how to trim posts, at least.
June 25th 03 07:13 PM
by John Smith Go to last post
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Opinions on DLA by Niko
Anyone familiar with DLA, "Drive Letter Access" by Veritas? I believe it is similar to Roxio Direct CD , but not sure. Thanks for your opinions. Nick
June 25th 03 04:50 PM
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Backup Exec 8.6 Slow Throughput on C: drive by Brian Jorgenson
I am running a Windows 2000 Server (SP3) with Exchange. Everything seems to backup normally except for the local c: drive. I get a very low throughput of 4 MB/MIN. I have defrgamneted the drive, but get the same results. Here is an excerpt of the job log: OFO: Started for device: "C:" Media...
June 25th 03 02:02 PM
by Brian Jorgenson Go to last post
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Firmware update sufficient to increase hard disk capacity? by Dr. Uwe Meyer-Gruhl
Hi, now, as new harddisks with more capacity per platter come out, I have noticed that there are some "strange" models in most manufacturer's lines: For example, Hitachi has an "80" GByte model in their GXP 180 line, which maybe should be more properly called "90" GByte...
June 25th 03 01:27 PM
by Folkert Rienstra Go to last post
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HELPPPP by David Marshall
Could someone please HELP I am in urgent need of a driver for a "Digital" Tape Drive Backup Model No- TLZ6L-DA Thanks Guys Dave
June 25th 03 12:22 PM
by David Marshall Go to last post
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USB2 hd box performance by MtyC
i buy 2 boxes (from tw brands) and i test it, on IDE: give up to 20MBps write USB2: give Max 12MBps in all compare table i see that usb2 box, can be up to 20MBps, but in Sandra 2003, i see that Max is like my Expieriance. any body
June 25th 03 11:37 AM
by MtyC Go to last post
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slr100, slr60 data carts - offer by MarkNTL
Hello there, I have the following tapes available for resale. They are brand new, sealed. Here are the details... Make & Model QUANTITY Imation SLR100 (41069) X35 Imation SLR60 (41115) ...
June 25th 03 11:23 AM
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Looking for a 80G Harddrive by Jerry Wong
Maxtor, Seagate, Western Digital and Hitachi-IBM Which one you will choose? -- Jerry Wong http://www.geocities.com/jerrywong.geo (In Chinese Big 5) http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/1833/linux.htm
June 25th 03 05:40 AM
by Papa Go to last post
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Does anyone know how to bring a down drive up in Adaptec Raid? by Ken Peng
I used Adaptec AAA-UDMA raid with 3 disks under raid 5. After a power supply problem, there was one hard disk dead and the status of another disk down. Only one disk status is OK. Does anyone know how to bring a down drive up in Adaptec raid card? I tried CI/O and arconfig tools. There is no this...
June 25th 03 04:58 AM
by Ken Peng Go to last post
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Hard Drive not appearing in My Computer by Jim
Apologies if this has been asked before, I am new to all of this. I have a Maxtor 20GB Hard Drive 7200. Manufactured in Feb 2001, and has worked fine until I did a computer restart the other day. Suddenly it is not recognised, says no bootable drive. I went to the Maxtor website and downloaded...
June 25th 03 01:15 AM
by Jim Go to last post
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xxcopy did not rename short 8.3 names to Win longnames by RNelson
Trying to use xxcopy and xxcopy16 to backup a fresh Win98se installation. When I tried to restore it back my files did not get renamed to Win longnames. My steps were... From Win98, ran xxcopy c: d: /clone where "d" is on the same drive as "c". From Win98, moved files to another
June 25th 03 12:09 AM
by Rod Speed Go to last post
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Problem solved, thanks... by Ke-vin
Thank to everybody who replied to my message!!!! Finally, I solved the problem by just replacing the drive with 40 GB IBM Deskstar, which does have the "32GB limit" jumper. With this jumper set on the drive works OK. Thanks again, Andy
June 24th 03 11:18 PM
by Folkert Rienstra Go to last post
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Is XP hibernate flag stored in MBR? by Jim
AFAIK, hibernation is nothing special, heck, I can hibernate W2K Pro on my 6 yr old AT machine (w/ only ATM support, not even ACPI) without a problem. All hibernation does is dump your memory to a file, and upon rebooting, W2K (or WinXP) sees the hibernation file on the root C:\ and uses it to...
June 24th 03 06:46 PM
by Jim Go to last post
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