I just did this for my Windows 7 desktop. Open the system icon in the control panel. Click the “System Protection” link in the left side pane. Your system partition should already be protected. If you have a second partition click that and then click the “configure” button. Choose your settings and apply. ========================== Those [...]
View Answer | November 1, 2011 6:40 AM
Data Recovery, Data Recovery Software, Hacking tools and techniques, Shadow Copy, Windows 7, Windows 7 in 2010
honestly at this point, you can try to replace the file from another PC, or you could just run a repair install, I suggest the repair install, update any service packs, drivers, and then you should be back into your OS, data intact… there are step-by-step instructions <a href=”http://www.windowsxpprofessional.windowsreinstall.com/installxpcdrepair/indexfullpage.htm”>here…</a> ———————- This could have been caused [...]
View Answer | November 1, 2011 6:39 AM
Bad Checksum, Bad Image Checksum, Boot failure, DLL files, Enterprise Desktop, External hard drives, olecli32.dll, STOP: C0000221, Windows XP boot failure
What application are you using? The Windows XP built in backup utility will let you choose the location. Does the external hard drive have it’s own drive letter? If it is not assigned a drive letter it will not back it up to it. Try assign it one if it doesn’t have one thru Computer [...]
View Answer | November 1, 2011 6:39 AM
Backup, Backup and Recovery Hardware, External hard drives
There are a few available, my favorit to use is TrueCrypt. http://www.truecrypt.org/ You can create encrypted volumes or do the entire disk. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ I highly recommend PGP. A few clients of mine have implement it and it works nicely. My clients are in the financial and pharmaceutical industries. http://www.pgp.com/products/wholediskencryption/index.html ================================= It is still possible to [...]
View Answer | November 1, 2011 6:38 AM
Data protection, Data security breaches, Encrypting File System, External hard drives, Storage in 2010
I know of one, although it is a little pricey, and the power comes from Firewire interface <a href=”http://www.lacie.com/us/company/news/news.htm?id=10397″>http://www.lacie.com/us/company/news/news.htm?id=10397</a> Lacie drives are very high quality, i have one and love it. I don’t know if this drive can do the trick of using 2 USB ports to get enough power, as some lacie drives do. [...]
View Answer | November 1, 2011 4:55 AM
External hard drives, USB hard drives
It depends what you are doing. If you have a mostly read workload, then RAID 5 as you’ll have more spindles to read off of. If you have a mostly write workload, then RAID 1 as you don’t have any parity calculations to deal with. That said, if you put enough disks behind the RAID [...]
View Answer | November 1, 2011 1:49 AM
RAID 1, RAID 1 vs RAID 5, RAID 5, RAID 5 Performance, RAID Performance
If your computer system could not continue with your Windows XP installation, there could be only 2 possible problems. First, is the Windows XP Installation CD. It might have a scratched part where the CD or DVD ROM drive could not read the files. In that case, it could not continue to its installation process. [...]
View Answer | October 31, 2011 2:12 AM
Bootable CD, SATA, Windows installation, Windows XP
There might be a problem with the connection of your old hard disk drive to your enclosure drive. Please check it properly and make sure that it is properly connected then try connecting again to your computer system.
View Answer | October 31, 2011 2:11 AM
External Disk Drives, Hard Drive Installation, Hard drives, HDD, Initialize Drive
If you are using Windows Operating syste of any version, it has already a ScanDisk feature where you can scan and attempt to recover the detected bad sectors from your hard disk drive.
View Answer | October 31, 2011 2:08 AM
Backup & recovery, Storage
Log file could not be used to backup the entire database of your computer server. Since it is just a log file, you can only see the logs of the activities done in your computer system like installing, editing, adding, deleting, etc.
View Answer | October 31, 2011 2:00 AM
Data Recovery, SQL Log Files, SQL Server, SQL Server transaction logs, Windows, Windows Server, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 Backup
If you are asking the exact information about the digital process of these storage and memory devices, it is too complicated. The most important thing is you know the basic concept of these devices which makes your computer system work properly.
View Answer | October 31, 2011 1:57 AM
Cache Memory, Hard disks, Hard drives, RAM
Hard disks is not really a part that could be operated. It is a hardware part of the computer system where the Operating System and other computer software applications are installed. Before operating any type of hard disk drive, it is still better to seek for the advice of a computer technician.
View Answer | October 31, 2011 1:54 AM
If your hard disk drive is not detected by your computer or operating system, you should check all the connections which might affect the transfer of data to and from your hard disk drive. Also, make sure that your hard disk drive is really working.
View Answer | October 30, 2011 9:20 AM
Hard disk performance, Hard drive failure, Hard Drive Installation, IDE hard drives, motherboard replacement, Motherboards, SATA
First, you have to determine if your hard disk drive failed to function by installing it to another compatible computer system. If you found that it has a problem, you have no option to recover the data inside that failed hard disk drive.
View Answer | October 30, 2011 9:16 AM
BIOS, Hard disk performance, Hard disks
For guys who use Dell Server, it is easy to add additional disks to existing RAID 5 array with OMSA on the fly without rebuilding. After expanding the array capacity, you can use <a href=”http://www.partition-magic.org/server.html”>Partition Magic Server</a> to add unallocated space to into C drive and.or D drive. Step by step guide to add disks [...]
View Answer | October 29, 2011 2:52 PM
Adding Hard Drive, RAID 5, Windows Server 2003, Windows storage
If my memory serves me correctly, RAID-1 is just straightforward mirroring. Unfortunately you can’t do much with a mirror, other than replace RAID-1 with a larger drives to <a href=”http://www.partition-magic.org/hardware-raid/resize-raid-1-mirror-partition.html”>resize RAID 1 partition</a>. This is what I’d recommend, if your controller can handle it.
View Answer | October 21, 2011 3:28 PM
RAID, RAID 1
The C drive is easily cloned. You can use any number of tool. The HIRENS disc is a good source of tools for this type of application (although vet the source of the ISO as they aren’t all legit. You can double check the MD5). You wouldn’t need much prep to <a href=”http://www.partition-magic.org/res/clone-partition-to-disk.html”>clone partition</a>. The [...]
View Answer | October 21, 2011 3:09 PM
C drive, Clone database, RAID 5, Windows Server 2008
Backups can be done via the normal backup processes in SQL Server via the BACKUP DATABASE and BACKUP LOG statements. Getting the data to an internet location. How you get the files to that location will depend totally on the internet location that you will be uploading the files to.
View Answer | October 20, 2011 2:55 AM
SQL Backup, SQL Database, SQL Server, SQL Server backup
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View Answer | October 18, 2011 4:36 PM
AS/400, Business Intelligence, Channel, CIO, CRM, Database, DataCenter, Development, Exchange, Giveaways, IT Books, Linux, Lotus Domino, Microsoft Windows, Mobile, Networking, Oracle, SAP, Security, SQL Server, Storage, Virtualization, VoIP, Windows Server
View Answer | October 18, 2011 3:04 AM
AS/400 backup, ATL & HMC As400, ATL & HMC logs, Automated Tape Library, HMC