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  • ASR

    I'd like to create (ASR) automatic system recovery disk. Can anyone tell me? I need all window drive backup or only system state files is better for ASR. thanks

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  • How to recover flash memory?

    How to recover data from flash-drive under Windows, not Android? incidentally I formatted it and I don't know what now to do. It's very necessary data on this flash card.

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  • Flash memory

    What is NAND?

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  • Block based backup to tape

    EMC NetWorker block based backup can only be backed up to disk device to ensure the file level recovery from the backup image. I wonder if any other vendor can provide the feature of block based backup backing up to tapes and being able to do file level recovery after that?

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  • How do I recover deleted files on a server?

    A user deleted a file on our server from his workstation. I tried to recover this file but I can't find it and I don't have shadow copy on my server. How can I recover this file?

    Windows Security ATE160 pointsBadges:
  • How to make photoshop file recovery?

    Today, accidentally my photoshop has closed at that time I am working on my demo template work from last 2 months, so again I open my .psd file error prompt “could not complete your request because the file is not compatible with this version of photoshop”. Several times I tried but it can’t...

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  • How can I use fibre channel hard disk in SATA or IDE port

    How can I use fibre channel hard disk in SATA or IDE port?

    Chetanm145 pointsBadges:
  • Fibre Channel HBAs initiator or target mode for NetApp

    How can you tell if the fibre channel HBAs are in initiator or target mode in a NetApp SAN?

    ITKE346,285 pointsBadges:
  • Storage Protocol: What is the main difference between IFCP and FCIP?

    what is the main differance between IFCP and FCIP?

    Arunkumar sr5 pointsBadges:
  • Toshiba 3TB GPT Partitioned & Fat32

    I run Windows 7 Pro 64-Bitwith a ASRock P67 PRO3 (B3) MoBothat has a UEFI BIOS.I have EaseUS Partition Master Pro v9.2.2and EaseUS Partition Wizard Home v8.1.1as well as Acronis Disk Director 11 Home Build 11.0.2121My C, D and E partitions are on a 120 GB NTFS SSD with a MBR.I installed Windows 7...

    AlCamp5 pointsBadges:
  • How can I recover overwritten file in Windows 2000

    i notice my file is overwritten 1 day ago... kindly help.. how can i recover overwritten file in windows 2000..

    Kulafukhan5 pointsBadges:
  • Why unique FCID is needed when WWN is also unique?

    Hi,I have a basic question. This was asked to me on an interview for which i was not able to answer. Q: WWN is a 64 bit unique identifier and is given for each port and node and also for switches.Why do we need an seperate FCID in fibre channel when we have a unquie WWN. Why cannot we use the WWN...

    facebookbharathi5 pointsBadges:
  • FiberChannel over Ethernet FC-OE Loopback cable for Swordfish-R

    Hi, Do you know where can I get the spec chart for this cable? Also, I have the IBM #40K9804 & 40K9805. Thanks, Gowri

    fiber5 pointsBadges:
  • Is it time to consider FCoE for your organization?

    When Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) arrived in the IT industry (mainly storage network) several years ago, many experts expected companies to adopt it into their business. However, it didn't happen due to several factors including limited cost advantages and organizational disruption. But now,...

    Michael Tidmarsh30,535 pointsBadges:
  • What is happening to non-volatile items when Android goes through backup & restore?

    I have been searching more and more about Flash memory and arrived on non-volatile items; as far as my understanding goes, non-volatile items (or nv items for short) are the "unchanged" items in the system. nv items include: IMEI, PRL, MRU and etc... but what's happening when backup & restore...

    withacupofcoffee20 pointsBadges:
  • Quicken Medical backup in MEM file

    When backing up Quicken Medical on E://store'n go USB, I am unable to retrieve the copy into Wordperfect X5, notepad or word. How do I store and/or how to retrieve??

    q55 pointsBadges:
  • Are you using flash storage or would you consider it?

    Flash-based storage has many know limitations, but when applied correctly in the right situations it can be a very valuable tool. Are you using flash storage or would you consider it even with the other storage options that are available? If so, which Flash-based storage vendors would you consider?

    Chris Leonard4,300 pointsBadges:
  • USB External Hard drive and Windows XP

    I have two issues which are basically the same. I have an external USB hard drive that I connect to a computer running Windows XP. Windows USB driver recognizes the hard drive and shows the drive in Device Manager but Windows does not show the drive in Windows Explorer. A customer has a USB FLASH...

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  • Dell Wyse T10 Thin Clients

    Why do Dell Wyse T10 Thin Clients Flash chips get corrupted after a power cut or power fluctuation eg. after power a fluctuation one of the following happens: 1. Screen display will be rotated 2. last 6 digits of the MAC address will show as 123456 & Serial No. as pppppppppp What measures can...

    Shaz3k20 pointsBadges:
  • Advice required on building career in Storage Area Network

    Hi,I want to build a career in Storage Area Network and get into HBA testing/development of iSCSI,FC,FCOE cards. What are the scope of job opportunities in India?Please let me know the technical knowledge a person should pursue to become an expert in this field. It will be helpful to know if there...

    NSM5 pointsBadges:

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