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post #11 of 16
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You will need a data manager... or image the drive. Safer bet is probably image the drive.

Yeah that's what I figured, guess I'll wait for the RMA to come in and hope the other drive has enough left in it to last.
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post #12 of 16
Use Spinrite 6. Its great software and it takes time but it works great! thumb.gif Its a live boot program to PXE environment. You can watch my video of it in action here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWH9k9U8Auw
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Use Spinrite 6. Its great software and it takes time but it works great! thumb.gif Its a live boot program to PXE environment. You can watch my video of it in action here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWH9k9U8Auw

To recover it maybe, but at this point I'm thinking it might just be easier when I get the replacement drive to just clone it onto there and just format it and send it to them. That way at least I won't have system downtime.
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post #14 of 16
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To recover it maybe, but at this point I'm thinking it might just be easier when I get the replacement drive to just clone it onto there and just format it and send it to them. That way at least I won't have system downtime.

yea go for it if its working enough for you to be able to transfer it with no probs! thumb.gif
post #15 of 16
I would use a Ghost program when the new drive comes, I cant remember the name of it but its top rated on sites liek Filehippo.com so It shouldent be hard to find... And as mentioned earlier Acronic Disk Director works great too, I prefer version 10's PXE boot disk though it seems to work better than the new versions..... rolleyes.gif
post #16 of 16
Just use acronis. We all know where you can get it from biggrin.gif But LEGALLY go to Best Buy and pay 10$. Well worth the software. It is the bomb dot com
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