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colore

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  1. Hmm. I was very fond of Server 2003. I would run it for months and months without needing to reboot because of a crash or hang. Various flavors of linux have been extremely stable, too. I've run Ubuntu for a while and am extremely pleased with it over all. The latest version will even load up on a new Macd Book Pro!! Tey it. Go to an Apple Store and ask if it will load directly onto a Mac Book Pro. I did it in Vienna and they told me it wouldn't work. I said let's try it and slipped in the disk and rebooted. It took a bit, but finally it came up! It found all the hardware and everything just worked. It ws a hoot! :^)

    I can't tell much difference between Server 2008 R2 and Win 7, though. Except for the function, the stability seems about the same.

    what about Server 2003 and Win7 ?

  2. hello

    i have installed 2 x 2GB DDR3 in my system, but WinXP SP3 32bit recognize 2.85GB

    i know that 32bit cannot recognize more than 4GB, but why recognize only 2.85GB ?

    thanks

  3. what's the next step?

    Ideally - if you ave enough space available, you should now make a copy of the image (and leave it alone)

    Then, get TESTDISK:

    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk

    Read a bit about it's usage.

    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/TestDisk_Step_By_Step

    http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/Data_Recovery_Examples

    Run it as follows:

    testdisk_win /log X:\my_path\image[0-100027630080].dd

    Change "X:" and "my_path" to your actual values. ;)

    Se if you can list files on the partition(s).

    Copy them to another disk.

    Once you have the files safe we can try to "fix" the damaged filesystem.

    jaclaz

    i got these:

    http://shup.com/Shup/452488/1101130222522cwindowssy.png

    next?

  4. okay, I downloaded DDRD, but it says there are 3 drives... the 3 partitions of the usb-connected drive-to-restore...

    Yep :), the interface may be a little deceiving. :ph34r:

    What the program is trying to tell you is that you can access:

    the disk drive on which partition "D:" resides (and gives you the TOTAL size of the WHOLE hard disk that contains that partition)

    OR

    the disk drive on which partition "E:" resides (and gives you the TOTAL size of the WHOLE hard disk that contains that partition)

    OR

    the disk drive on which partition "F:" resides (and gives you the TOTAL size of the WHOLE hard disk that contains that partition)

    Since your hard disk contains three partitions D:, E: and F: totaling 100 GB whichever of the three you choose you will always choose the SAME hard disk, in it's entirety.

    jaclaz

    the total hard disk size is 80GB or 120GB I think, but definately not 100GB, so... shall I continue selecting any of the options? will it result in recovering the full hard disk?

    also, what will I have to do next? can I burn the image to partition of the hard disk of my desktop pc disk and then boot from that partition? what are the steps to do this?

    thanks

  5. okay, I downloaded DDRD, but it says there are 3 drives... the 3 partitions of the usb-connected drive-to-restore...

    at the same time, there are also one drive with one partition of the laptop that actually runs DDRD

    moreover, DDRD says that each partition is 100GB, which is wrong...

    don't know what to do with this software, is there any better? or i miss something?

    please note that i want to create an image of the whole disk-to-recover, including boot sectors, etc, whatever is needed in order to install this image to a new drive and have a fully functional, bootable drive with my previous data

  6. hello

    an old laptop specs sheet says that the hard disk is ATA-5

    for what kind of hard drives do I have to look for in order to replace it?

    I know it must be 2.5", but what other characteristics it should have? searching for ATA-5 in a shopping comparison website does not return much, are IDE the same? or PATA? or SATA?

    also is there any other spec that might not be compatible?

    thanks



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