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Posted 25 March 2006 - 12:29 PM
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RAID is a software or hardware device that will allow you to mirror (copy) one drive to another. Raid Level 1 is called mirror. Simple put, the hardware device will make a mirror image of your data on a second hard drive.
Can you please clarify what a RAID card is? I have never heard of that before.
If this is how you feel then you should use a hard drive back up. I was not referring to burning CDs to carry around, just to make sure you had a master back up.
The reason why I'm sick of CDs is that want everything organized by musician. I'm finding that even if I leave space on a CD for when I get something new, it quickly runs out. Then I have to create a NEW CD and my music is all over the place. Trials and tribulations I tell ya
ATA, ISE, EIDE, are basicly the common hard drive. Many names for the same thing. I made typo when I typed ATA. I meant SATA, which is fastly becoming the popular type of consumer hard drives. It does not use the same connection as a standard IDE.
Is ATA a brand of hard drive? I'm learning.... "back up utlitiy on a 'timer'" what does that mean exaclty. Thanks!
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