ELL: Re: Hard disk crashes/lost data
tanami at ALTAVISTA.NET
Wed May 17 06:42:53 UTC 2000
Dear Stefaan, and every one out there...
It is easy to find websites which offer up to 100 Mgbytes of storage, free.
As you accumulate irreplaceable documents, uploading them to these web
storage sites will
make them available even if your hard disk craps out. Apple Computer
offers the IDisk virtual
hard disk, and also for Mac users, there is imagcialdesk at http://
For everyone, there is a free storage guide at http://www.freecenter.com/
it is a little bit of trouble to do this uploading, so another very easy
ploy is to e-mail documents to yourself, making sure that your e-mail
client settings specify "leave messages on server" when read.
College of Micronesia
Stefaan Vermeire said at ÒELL: TO THE LISTOWNERÓ.
> Excuse me, dear list members, but I have no other options...
> Dear Sir,
> Recently I had a computer crash and all my information of so many years is
> now lost for ever... I should appreciate it if you could send me the
> introduction page of the list again.
> Stefaan R.W. VERMEIRE.
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