I accidentally connected my PC cabinet fan power plug into my SATA hard disk power, causing the HD power connector to spark. After that, my PC isn’t recognizing the HDD and there’s no power reaching it. How can I recover my data? Is it fried?
Answer Question | November 2, 2011 6:40 PM
Backup and recovery software, Data Center in 2010, Data Center management, Data Recovery, Hard disk performance, hard disk storage, HDD, HDD failed, SATA hard disk, SATA Hard Drive
How can I set up counters or monitors on Windows XP SP3 machines to alert me to low hard disk space, high memory or processor consumption? Can I do it using Group Policy on AD?
Answer Question | November 2, 2011 8:15 PM
Active Directory, Group Policy, hard disk storage, Windows XP Group Policy, Windows XP SP3
I have two identical hard disks in RAID1 array (no additional hard drives are available). There is a CD/DVD drive and USB. I need a solution for both Windows XP and Linux OS, but as single-OS, no dual booting. I’ve run into several hassles: Upgrading Linux kernel on a machine where one boots from [...]
Answer Question | June 18, 2010 3:58 PM
hard disk storage, Linux, PCI, RAID 1, Storage in 2010, Windows XP
I would like to run a report that tells me how much space on all our user’s laptops is taken up with MS Office files (Excel, Powerpoint, Word). Currently a lot of our laptop users are saving their data to the local HDD and we would like to get them to back up this data [...]
Answer Question | August 10, 2009 11:46 AM
Backup and recovery software, hard disk storage, Microsoft Office, Remote PCs, Remote users, Reports