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[filmscanners] Re: Firewire Card



Art is right. Even if you have a drive image (Norton Ghost, Powerquest Drive
Image)from the previous healthy state, you still need a good previous rest
of the vocal cords. In my experience, however, not only the number of rest
days needed is smaller but the following battle to put the system well again
is winned from the begin and lasts less than half an hour that you can use
to do something else. Now seriously, for me it is a golden rule to have
always the last or even the last two healthy drive images. With the present
prices of HD, the few Giga needed in another partition or, much much better,
in a separate HD are a little cost towards the trouble of installing and
configurating from the beginning or trying, while screaming     :-)  , to
put the system working again.

Mario Teixeira
mjteixeira@yahoo.com


----- Original Message -----
"Arthur Entlich" <artistic-1@shaw.ca> wrote:


As odd as this might sound for a MS product, that is, in principle, all
that is involved.  However, I have found it is usually wise when adding
hardware to a MS OS to rest your vocal cords for several days prior, in
case you require them for a session of screamed 4 letter words, when you
whole system locks up during reboot and you can't even get a safe mode
screen to open ;-)

Art


HMSDOC@aol.com wrote:

> Is putting in a Firewire card as simple as opening the computer case,
shoving
> the card into an empty slot (just kidding....lets say gently inserting)
and
> turning on the computer and having Windows XP find new hardware and plug
'n
> playing the driver to the card automatically...then plugging the
peripheral
> into the card?  Or is there more to it than that?
>
> Howard
> HMSDOC@aol.com
>


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