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Help for Lost Data and Drive Failure

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Help for Lost Data and Drive Failure

Postby Inga » February 4th, 2011, 4:54 pm

Mac Guys and Mac Dolls,
Over the years I have routinely been reminding folks to make meticulous and copious back-ups of the precious data on their computers. :B:

Still, even with the best laid out plans, sometimes things do go awry and we get caught with our pants down. But don't lose too much sleep over it - if you are on a Mac computer and have lost files due to drive failure, feel free to contact me: send a Private Message with your contact information...or email: mail "at" ingamager.com

Even if the drive will not mount at all anymore - I can help! :ugeek:

~Inga
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Re: Lost Data and Drive Failure

Postby JESS » February 4th, 2011, 4:57 pm

Gee! Why not PC's? :twisted:
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Re: Lost Data and Drive Failure

Postby Inga » February 4th, 2011, 5:04 pm

I don't know PC's worth a doodly, but I will notify the gang if and when I add PC's to my repertoire, but please don't hold your breath. Blue really isn't your color. :mrgreen:

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