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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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#1
awww Rappy x x x
#3
how long did you have it?
#4
Hey Rappy at least you managed to rescue your important stuff.:friends:
Your day can only get better now:-D I hope you get a full refund.
banned#5
raptorcigs
NO THE DEATHSTAR :B


oh dear :roll:
#6
raptorcigs;5703874
1 WEEK


jeez that's no good, hope you get it sorted :thumbsup:
#7
kaits
Hey Rappy at least you managed to rescue your important stuff.:friends:
Your day can only get better now:-D I hope you get a full refund.


+1
couldn't put it better myself.

My hubby is always backing up my stuff somewhere or other just in case of lightning strikes, rubbish products, whatever.
#8
Google did a big study not too long back, and found that some drives just fail, and there are occasionally bad batches but that no brand was statistically less reliable than others. This tends to agree with the fact that most IT type people have a specific brand of hard drives they'll never use again, but it's different for everyone.
#9
I got all my photos on my back up hard drive and DVD - "just in case"
banned#10
Why is it Aria's fault?
#11
lol back up back up back up
#12
How did you recover the files from a dead HDD out of interest? Useful info ^_^
#13
raptorcigs
its not realy dead its just corrupt chkdsk every time i start the pc all the files start to copy then fail i got my photos from the previouse drives to this(they were frormated aswell)

so it was like this
drive a
drive b
to drive crap
used recover my files on
drive a and b


Oh ok, not the end of the world then :) Just wondering, was going to be very impressed if you recovered from a totally dead/unrecognisable disk :thumbsup:
#14
I've seen all brands of hard drive fail so unless the series is having a particularly bad run I just buy whatever drive is suitable. I always ensure my irreplaceable data (mainly pictures) is duplicated to at least one other drive, usually two - I've seen too many people with a failed drive who have lost all their data and never backed up, sadly that's the time when people understand the importance of backing up.

John

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