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  1. I know this thread is nearly five years old, but I thought I would respond for the benefit those who might come across it looking for an answer to the question. If a setting is in HKEY_CURRENT_USER, then it must be set for each individual user profile you want it to apply to. In REGEDIT, you would select File > Load Hive (it's only enabled when either of hives HKLM or HKU is selected), browse to the path of the user's NTUSER.DAT in the root of their profile folder, and give the temporarily loaded hive a name. It will then show up as a new subkey under HKLM or HKU. Edit the setting as necess
  2. Will data remain intact for a member of a RAID 5 array? People are obviously recovering their data successfully, but I'm wondering if anyone has had success with a drive that was in a RAID 5 configuration, without having to rebuild the array. One of the four identical drives in my RAID 5 array died on me last month (BSY issue, but I didn't know it at the time). I continued to use the PC with the array in degraded mode, expecting to rebuild the array once my replacement drive arrived from Seagate. Unfortunately, another drive bricked itself (BSY) before I got the replacement drive. I breathed a
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