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Avoiding disaster when your hard drive fails

Ubiquity, Volume 2008 Issue April | BY Donna Barron 

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No one really expects a disk crash, but they do happen, usually at the most unconvenient times. Having a quick and easy-to-restore backup can eliminate both the distress and expense of the prolonged downtime normally associated with a hard drive failure. When restoring from a drive failure, the best kind of backup to have is an image backup.


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