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Wednesday, April 6, 2005


I got to spend my day today facing a hard drive crash. Surprisingly, this is the first actual HD crash I have ever had to deal with. It was an 8-gig consumer-level Western Digital, and it had been running continuously for something on the lines of 5 years. It took me about 6 hours to rebuild that system. While I'm complaining: ISA Dialogic D/41D cards are a pain in the *ahem* to get drivers for. Can you believe 307mb for a DRIVER package?

News for 04/06/2005

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