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From: Rick Van Dusen <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG data on second partition
Date: Sun, 24 Jan 2010 23:17:33 -0800
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"It's not paranoia if they're really out to get you."
Kay & Bill Sturgeon wrote:
> I can't help myself I had to respond as this thread put a smile on my
> face, I agree when the harddrive is catus, that is it.
> BUT, I always partition my hard drives, the reason being the ease of
> formatting the C Drive while my D drive with my data on it (even though
> I have it backed up to external drive) remains in tact. It is always
> worked for me especially updating from Vista to WIN7 over Xmas - it made
> life easy, but I did have everything backed up twice - hard drive and
> DVD's as I am paranoid.
> The thumb drive, who will admit to not caring for them as much as we
> should. Mine (3 of them) has soaked up dust in the outback; one in a
> nice plastic case survived the washing machine, stuck it in the sun and
> left it alone for a few weeks and hubby is very happy with more gig,
> grin, but I felt I could rely on it any more.
> All my thumbs have the latest .sqz file put on them at the end of the
> big data entry time, but the end of each session backed up to D Drive
> and External. YEP I am paranoid
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