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Hard Drive Failure: Yes, Again…

31-Jan-06 07:03 pm EDT Leave a comment Go to comments
Every 12-18 months, I suffer a catastrophic hard drive failure.  Does that seem too frequent?  Well you’ll get no argument from me.  But it’s virtually like clockwork for me.  I can’t get through any 2 year period without a major hard drive failure …and now that time is upon me again.  My primary PC (the one I use for game playing, personal software development & as my internet gateway) has a faulty drive.  And, of course, it’s the main system drive.
Consequently, expect me to be on and off-line until I acquire a new one in the next few days.  Fortunately, most of my data has been backed up in various places.  (I’m particularly gratefulI’ve got a sourcecode repository that’s on a stable drive in my file/print server tower.)
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