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    I use the Microsoft-supported sdelete command, by...

    I use the Microsoft-supported sdelete command, by SysInternals/Microsoft guru Mark Russinovich. Check it out at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897443.aspx. Russinovich is someone...
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    Of course, complete and current backups should be...

    Of course, complete and current backups should be routine practice. Corollary to bbearren's rule: "Only two kinds of people: those who have lost data, and those who will." I would not wish on my...
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    I assumed that it was the 4 TB vs. 2x2 TB being...

    I assumed that it was the 4 TB vs. 2x2 TB being discussed and, to my knowledge, no civilian can afford a 2 TB SSD drive :)
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    All good points. The odds of a single failure is...

    All good points. The odds of a single failure is higher with two drives vs. one drive, assuming (!) the underlying drives are equally reliable. Twice as many moving parts, as it were. Unless the...
  5. I too was wondering why Fred chose to drive...

    I too was wondering why Fred chose to drive through the upgrade process instead of installing onto a freshly formatted (and tested) system disk. The teaser at the end of his Part 1 article -- "A...
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    Chat, don't talk

    I've spoken with my share of tech support reps from the subcontinent, and some of their accents are simply indecipherable. (I've worked with scores of software professionals from the same world, and...
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