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Old 12-06-2009, 10:01 AM
teknomage teknomage is offline
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You are quite right, of course.

Although I've personally never experienced anything worse than a single lost or corrupt file due to power failure on a Mac. Whereas an external FW400 bridge board with badly-written firmware can make a really serious mess of all your data!!!

I'll look in to UPS systems again.

And I will do new full clone of the system disk tonight, just in case :-)

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