in their right mind would guarantee the recovery of your data from such a crash.
Send it to me, I'm in my right mind and I could fix or recover the data with one hand tied behind my back. In other words, your assertion is ludicrous, this is an easy recovery option. It only gets hard after the second quick format....
posted on 03/03/2003 7:53:31 PM PST
(We will vie for Lord Stanley... again!)
>> It only gets hard after the second quick format....
Been there. I used to push the old DOS boxes pretty hard, and kept up to date with data recovery utilities, and a drive would have to be in pretty bad shape for me to be unable to recover the data. That was in a time when doing those things was part of what I did for a living. These days though, I don't have anything near current in that category. There have been times I could have used some up to date utilities (if nothing more than unformat & undelete), but I get by. The hardware is a lot more reliable than it used to be.
Dave in Eugene
posted on 03/03/2003 9:14:44 PM PST
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