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    Because of a virus, I've made a change in the registry. Now I can log in but I'm immediately logged out. I would like to put the hard disk in another XP PC and edit the registry. How can I do that?

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  • How can I back up Exchange to hard disks?

    I have an Exchange server 5.5 and I don't have a tape drive. Instead I have a spare drive on the network on which I intend to keep the backup of the Exchange server.

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  • hard disk

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  • Is a helium drive just a lot of hot air?

    Filling drives with helium doesn't advance the art of hard disk design, it just makes it possible to stuff more old tech into a new package.

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  • What is the difference between a dynamic disk and a basic disk?

    What is the difference between a dynamic disk and a basic disk? Are they talking about multiple hard disks when they refer to a dynamic disk?

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  • After upgrading Win2k hard disk, machine says ones of system files is missing/corrupt

    I am in the process of upgrading the hard disk on my Win2k machine. I have made the partition active on my new drive and copied all the files via xcopy. But when I reboot the machine, it tells me that one of the system files is missing or corrupt. I tried fixing it using the emergency repair disk...

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  • Can you help me devise a backup system?

    I want to begin a backup system that will enable me to rebuild an entire hard disk after a failure. I have a CD-RW and would like to hear your opinions on the best possible approach. Should I be looking at a complete or partial backup? Can I use my CD-RW? What applications should I be using? How...

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  • Five ways to control RAID rebuild times

    Hard disk capacities are rapidly increasing, and so are RAID rebuild times. This article offers five tips for keeping RAID rebuilds reasonable.

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  • Choosing a removable hard disk drive for data backup and recovery

    Removable hard disk drives deliver the faster data backup and recovery times associated with storage systems used in enterprise SANs, but there are some drawbacks to using them.

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  • Quick-formatting hard disk drives: A shortcut, but safe

    Quick-formatting a new hard drive takes only seconds, but simply erases the drive's metadata and file allocation tables. Full-formatting, which can take several hours, goes sector-by-sector across the disk, erases it and tests it for possible read errors. For the most part, there's no harm in...

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