Ayuda me! We lost all of our pictures:(

Discussion in 'Computers & Technology' started by he beholds, Dec 15, 2008.

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  1. LawrenceU

    LawrenceU Puritan Board Doctor

    Ditto to that. But, even if you don't live on the hurricane coast or tornado alley. Anyone can have a fire or flooded house. Off site is essential for some folks. With Carbonite it is easy, too.
     
  2. Semper Fidelis

    Semper Fidelis 2 Timothy 2:24-25 Staff Member

    $4.95/month is pricey? I guess it depends on how much you value your digital information.

    If you have information on a computer that you don't want to lose then offsite backup is the only way to go. I have local backup methods that are pretty reliable but, in order to protect years of tax receipts, documents, sermons, and over 40,000 digital images, I use offsite backup for piece of mind.
     
  3. fredtgreco

    fredtgreco Vanilla Westminsterian Staff Member

  4. Semper Fidelis

    Semper Fidelis 2 Timothy 2:24-25 Staff Member

    Yes. I have 95GB backed up. It's all in the directory structure that it's backed up into.
     
  5. asc

    asc Puritan Board Sophomore

    hmm, i guess it's a relative term. but i have more than 150 gb of data,
    so it's be double that...and i hate paying monthly fees. but appreciate
    your replies.
     
  6. Quickened

    Quickened Puritan Board Senior

    If you need to recover lost files then try this link. I have used it. Pretty slick

    Recuva - Undelete, Unerase, File Recovery - Home

    -----Added 12/19/2008 at 11:00:35 EST-----

    I would like to add a bit more now that i have some time.

    If this could potentially be a concern of anyone with media on their hard drive then i would highly test this program out. Take some "test" pictures and throw them out in the recycle bin and get rid of them then use the program to recover said pictures. Works like a charm.

    It can also be used on removable media storage devices as well which i have tested on. Quite interesting to think how incredibly easy it is to recover files that you think are gone.
     
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