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Fluid Studios .. Freeware ( win ), includes FSRaid ...

DancingSword (412552) writes | more than 11 years ago

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Their Freeware page links to their FSRaid program page, and their FSRaid program implements protection for your files, against FileSystem corruption
- if you get Blue-Screened, and when you reboot your machine's-filesystem is corrupted, scandisk will probably create a few 'File0001.chk'-type files, with pieces of whatever it was that had been corrupted.

Their Freeware page links to their FSRaid program page, and their FSRaid program implements protection for your files, against FileSystem corruption
- if you get Blue-Screened, and when you reboot your machine's-filesystem is corrupted, scandisk will probably create a few 'File0001.chk'-type files, with pieces of whatever it was that had been corrupted.

But, how are you supposed to know what got corrupted? MS-Windows doesn't tell you, and if it's part of Windows itself, your system's going to corrupt itself ( or fail-to-function-right ) continually, now...

With FSRaid, you will be able to make sure that you can
1. know if a file is corrupted ( a piece of a program, a document, anything ), and, if you're lucky ( the corruption wasn't catastrophic ), then
b) you will be able to recover the correct file and get-on-with whatever you really are about doing..., and
iii, you will be more free-from-bother, and therefore more able to gripe about my, ahem, mixing semaphores in this posting.

: )

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