If you do not value the information stored on your computer, data loss may not represent a significant issue. However, for the majority of users, the loss of their data is likely to have profound implications, such as financial loss, time and effort, and emotional distress. Typically, users who are casual about data protection have not yet experienced data loss.
I'm currently using 3 RAID5 controllers in each of several media systems. This is being done in an attempt to preempt future data loss. I store large amounts of scanned, video and audio historical data that can't re replaced so I want to make sure that the loss of a single drive or even two in one array will not mean the permanent loss of all data.
Hi, new to flashing here. I used cdmaflasher to flash the phone. I half flashed it first then I did a hard reset (thinking it would undo the half flash) then full flashed it. I got it activated to mobipcs afterwards and the associate said data can't be accessed. Is there any way to undo the half flash and full flash it so I can use data on the phone?
I've suddenly lost sound in F20 and I'm at a loss for figuring out how to restore it. I've had sound working just fine, no problems whatsoever. I haven't performed any recent updates or changed any configurations.
That said, I have used the mute button on a flash application around the time that things stopped working.
I'm at a bit of a loss for how to re-enable sound.
There're several existing topics revolving around this issue, but what I seek is slightly different. I have an sd card on an embedded Linux and it suffers from power loss. I might be able to modify the hardware at some point, close down properly and so on, etc. But right now, I'd just like to find a file system that survives power loss without fuss. Data loss is acceptable.