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       23 Jun 2014 #41

    Fixed
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  2.    23 Jun 2014 #42

    z3r010, post: 32767, member: 1 said:
    Fixed
    Thank you!
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  3.    23 Jun 2014 #43

    okay, Welcome Winuser.
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       23 Jun 2014 #44

    And VIPed too

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  5.    23 Jun 2014 #45

    I had a dog fixed one time. . .is that the same thing. . .
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       24 Jun 2014 #46

    Lee, post: 32863, member: 135 said:
    I had a dog fixed one time. . .is that the same thing. . .

    I bet the dog didn't think he was broken.
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       24 Jun 2014 #47

    MilesAhead, post: 32902, member: 195 said:

    I bet the dog didn't think he was broken.
    He did after... :wideyed:

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       24 Jun 2014 #48

    A Guy, post: 32903, member: 22 said:
    He did after... :wideyed:

    A Guy
    As Miles Davis used to say, "clean as a broke dicked dog."
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  9.    25 Jun 2014 #49

    Well he came from a broken family that why I had him fixed. . .
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  10.    27 Jun 2014 #50

    Hi there
    SSD's haven't been around for 20 years so we can't compare that statistic - however the anecdotal evidence so far is that they WILL last just as long as spinners - especially the current crop. I have had a few (fortunately not many) HDD failures - but never ANY SSD problems.

    If you are worried about data loss - it's the same with any medium -- ALWAYS BACK UP TO MORE THAN ONE DEVICE --the chances of two going bad at the same time are probably about the same as your computer lasting longer than the probable life time of the universe.

    I've dropped an SSD down a flight of stairs -- no problem -- still working fine. I wouldn't think a normal HDD would have survived that fall.

    If I can afford it (maybe this week if I get my "6 Numbers" correct !!! ) I'll buy one of these 4TB SSD's. I don't have any problem with that technology.

    Cheers
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