Re: Tools for rescue kit - USB hard disk?
On Nov 13, 11:17 am, "Victek" <Vic...@xyz.com> wrote:
> I've been assembling various tools for my on-site rescue kit and lately I've
> been thinking about adding an external USB hard disk. In order to rescue
> data from an unbootable OS I've been experimenting with BartPE rescue disks.
> Since USB flash drives work in the BartPE environment I wonder if USB hard
> disks are also supported?
> Can you recommend a 100-150 gig USB hard drive? - value, speed, reliability,
> good backup software, etc? Thanks!
I am not too sure about a good recomendation for a 100-150 gig drive.
I know Western Digital has the myBook 160 GB , I have but got fried
durring a power outage. Maxtor is also nice, I used one of these with
one of my past jobs. It might be cheaper to buy a hard drive and an
enclosure to construct your own. What other things have you included
in your kit, as I am trying to put one together also, I figured
programs that are usefull that are constantly updating to use a USB
Flash drive, and a BartPE rescue disc, screw drivers, pliers, anti-
static wrist strap, and tweezers. I figure for a USB Hard Drive I
would just try making my own with a drive enclosure.
Do you free lance or do you do your computer work for some company, I
am considering doing some work on my own so any pointers would be
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