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From: "Shankland\(Train\)" <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] Wish list item
Date: Tue, 8 Jun 2004 06:47:47 -0400
Have you consider trying to solve the base problem?
Buy a new computer with adequate memory and disk space and up-to-date
operating system. ($700)
Increase your memory and disk space. ($3-400)
Upgrade your operating system to xp ($100)
Eliminate as many background running programs as possible
Free up disk space by deleting files and archiving email.
Defrag your disk
Reinstall your current operating system and do not reinstall trash
programs you tried but don't work. Remnants of these programs in the
registry could be causing you the problems.
> I'm having lots of trouble with my Windows system hanging and crashing
> (which I know is not the fault of TMG), but.... I'm OFTEN finding that
> this is causing my database to become corrupt. Even if I have done a
> backup an hour or half an hour ago (and it's a pain to have to do them
> many, many times a day), I still get really irritated when I lose all
> the data since the last backup.
> So.... could it not be possible to include some sort of transaction
> journalling with TMG, so that once a backup has been restored you just
> reapply the journal transactions and are therefore up to date (or at
> least very close)?
> Please.... I'm going crazy here....
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