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RE: How to recover (PreyProject) six digit code ? #11
(12-19-2017, 09:15 AM)mothered Wrote:
(12-19-2017, 04:51 AM)Trik3r Wrote:
(12-18-2017, 09:10 PM)mothered Wrote: In the event you lose access to your online account(s), It's also good practice to keep a backup locally, for example on a USB stick or external HDD.

Yeah!!! i strongly agree with you on that ...

I neglected to mention that It's good practice to keep multiple backups of the same type.

In all my years of computing (20+), I've had around 7 or 8 HDDs fail- one as recent as a few weeks ago. Luckily I have 4 external backups. I can't see the lot failing In one hit.

this is true 100% only a true data junkie know this ... lol!!! i don't want to get off topic here but what HDD where they ???
I use Seagate for my HDD's but according to blackblade Hitachi is the best ...
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RE: How to recover (PreyProject) six digit code ? #12
(12-20-2017, 08:07 PM)Trik3r Wrote: but what HDD where they ???
I use Seagate for my HDD's but according to blackblade Hitachi is the best ...

I had both Toshiba and WD (Western Digital) fail me.

I'm now using a combination of Samsung and Seagate (SSDs) and I've yet to experience any Issues. If you can afford It, Invest In an SSD. Their speed In data transfer read/write operations and ability to withstand drops/bumps, extreme hot and cold temperatures outweigh the traditional HDD. You won't regret It.
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RE: How to recover (PreyProject) six digit code ? #13
(12-21-2017, 03:47 AM)mothered Wrote:
(12-20-2017, 08:07 PM)Trik3r Wrote: but what HDD where they ???
I use Seagate for my HDD's but according to blackblade Hitachi is the best ...

I had both Toshiba and WD (Western Digital) fail me.

I'm now using a combination of Samsung and Seagate (SSDs) and I've yet to experience any Issues. If you can afford It, Invest In an SSD. Their speed In data transfer read/write operations and ability to withstand drops/bumps, extreme hot and cold temperatures outweigh the traditional HDD. You won't regret It.

Those HDD are the worst, especially WD ... I'm aware of how efficient SSD's are but i don't have an HDD problem but thanks for your advice ...
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