Ha Gotcha! Your knowledge of computers is wanting. Magnetic harddisks can be
scanned with laser for surface patterns arrangements, I think your attacks on
me are least professional.
On Thu, 02 Oct 2003 22:40:46 PDT, NM Research said:
Have the old hard disks read with use of laser and copied into new larger
capacity hard disks.
CAUTION: New hard disks must have the same hardware characteristics as the
old ones to prevent OS malfunction ( special tailor-made hard disks ?? ).
This is totally nonsensical. You can't have the "same hardware characteristics"
and "larger capacity" at the same time.
How do you think governments read stolen laptops?? With laser ofcourse!
Actually, if you've stolen a laptop, it's usually easier to just take the disk
plug it into another machine and read it with the normal mechanisms.
And if you're doing data recovery because you were silly enough to steal a
that had a physically broken disk drive, the usual hardware is magnetic-based
rather than laser-based.
This is even less IETF-relevant than your previous postings. Please read
the following two documents before posting to this list again:
http://www.ietf.org/tao.html (Also known as RFC3060)
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