hard drive data recovery

From: SUPRDAVE_at_aol.com <(SUPRDAVE_at_aol.com)>
Date: Sat Jul 11 23:58:55 1998

Ive also opened up hard drives here at the house, but i wouldnt bet on them
running for much longer after. the next time you see sunlight streaming
through a window, take a look. you'll actually be able to see all the dust
particles floating around in the air even though you'd think most if not all
dust would settle.

In a message dated 98-07-11 09:52:03 EDT, you write:

<< [snip]
 of doing home drive repair
>without the luxury of a clean room. Is it possible to use some sort of
>cheaply available or easily made vacuum chamber with positive airflow
>filtering, or is it absolutely required? Can a drive be opened in room
>air and be worked on without introducing dangerou
: Well, I've opened drives in room air and had them run after, but it does
:make it less reliable. It's a thing like ESD: if you want to risk it. >>
Received on Sat Jul 11 1998 - 23:58:55 BST

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