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disk crash

[′disk ‚krash]
(computer science)
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All too often, the point is not driven home until users suffer a hard disk crash, lose all of their data, and discover it's irretrievably lost.
With SATA, all of your corporate and personal data can be inexpensively protected from a disk crash.
The guarantee provides a level of protection against data loss from a hard disk crash on one of the user's personal computers.
In addition, the drive will ship with Tecmar's Fullback system-recovery software; two diskettes created with the software will restore data in the event of a hard disk crash.
These included rapid recovery from a disk crash or systems failure to avoid any business stoppage, 24 x 7 availability of data for business continuity, easily scalable storage to accommodate future data growth, and a solid disaster recovery plan to counter against unexpected downtime.
AIX users can use this capability to implement a virtual "one button" disaster recovery tool to reinstall systems after a disk crash or other catastrophic data loss.
A disk crash, a computer dropped off the network, print servers off-line, a malfunctioning robot, inaccessible applications, and overloaded disk drives are just a few of the problems that can significantly impact this facility's ability to reach its typical daily production target of 34,000 tires.
Back Again II includes a boot disk based disaster recovery utility that allows for a complete restore in the event of a hard disk crash.
I credit your software from saving me from a hard disk crash on my laptop," said Diskeeper(R) enthusiast Tim Faber from Marion, Iowa.
Search & Rescue, the enterprise version of PowerQuest's recently released Lost & Found(TM), recovers and restores data from damaged disks in the event of a disk crash, a logical system failure, or even intentional or accidental data loss.