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Old 17th February 2010, 09:39 PM   #1
fzaad is offline fzaad  Europe
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I developed perfectly fine working crossover/equalizer (since it process frequency response in frequency domain how you seperate them). And then my raid 10 system crashed. how often that happens?. Like that wasn't enough my school has some problems with students home folders. So i lost my files in there Last but not least my crabby isp's backup server don't have files i uploaded in there. really what are the odds that can happen? Last but not least how can i recover my memory can i developed that thing in first place?
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Are you using software or hardware RAID?
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