Friday, October 13, 2006

What are backups for?

The IERHIO Coordinator's office completed a move to Riverside from Palm Desert. During this process we experienced not only a melt down of our main computer and it's data, but also we discovered following recovering the programs that our data backup platform's interface also disintegrated. For about a week we had no access to our mailing list or our stored documents.
Fortunately the data on the hard drive was intact, and a new USB/IDE ATA interface corrected the problems. Part of our contact list however seems to be missing and we are asking you to contact me at gmlevinmd@gmail.com with your pertinent email address so you can be kept current on our progress.
Our last meeting was postponed, awaiting CALRHIOs summit and also information from the Long Beach Initiative.
The ierhio@dc.rr.com email is no longer functioning.

3 Comments:

At 4:46 AM, Blogger sallda said...

Back ups may seem like a waste of time and space but when something like that happens it shows just how important they can be, i was putting together a competition list for b&q garden furniture and lost the hard drive, after awhile it was decided it was corrupted, there was six weeks work on it but a back up the night before saved those six weeks, invaluable.

 
At 10:48 PM, Blogger Condoms said...

Hi,

Nice information! Your content unique and meaningful about Backups. You doing very well job! Keep it up.

Condoms

 
At 2:38 PM, Anonymous jaring futsal said...

The article posted was very informative and useful
thanks for sharing..
jaring futsal | jaring golf | jaring kassa / jaring polynet | jaring pengaman proyek | jaring pengaman bangunan | jaring pengaman gedung | jaring gawang | jaring paranet / jaring tanaman | jaring safety |
jaring proyek | jaring bangunan | jaring gedung | jaring outbound | jaring truk | tali tambang |
jaring pengaman | jaring golf murah | jaring futsal murah | jaring truk sawit | jaring pengaman nylon | cargo net |

 

Post a Comment

<< Home