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General Discussion / Re: New Year 2k17
« Last post by General DN 101 on January 20, 2017, 09:19:38 pm »
Hey Swift, doing go so far, busy busy as usual. How have you been?  Happy New Years!
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General Discussion / New Year 2k17
« Last post by Swiftiez on January 20, 2017, 05:29:06 pm »
Hey guys! Happy New year. I hope everyone is having a good year so far.
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Donations / Re: Server Donation - onlii1mikestuh #1
« Last post by vindisel on December 14, 2016, 09:22:09 am »
Thanks for your donation onlii1mikestuh :)


VIn
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Donations / Server Donation - onlii1mikestuh #1
« Last post by General DN 101 on December 12, 2016, 11:25:57 pm »
Hey Everyone,

We received a donation from onlii1mikestuh.
Thank you very much for your donation Mike, we really appreciate it.

I do apologize for the late post. I thought I had posted this last month, but I must not have hit "post" button.

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Donations / Re: Server Donation - BenjaminBullet #1
« Last post by sanfran on October 18, 2016, 09:41:09 pm »
Thanks Ben 8)
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Donations / Re: Server Donation - BenjaminBullet #1
« Last post by [T] seXy on October 18, 2016, 07:45:56 am »
Thanks a lot ben!
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Donations / Re: Server Donation - BenjaminBullet #1
« Last post by Swiftiez on September 16, 2016, 08:19:18 pm »
Thanks BenjaminBullet!
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Donations / Re: Server Donation - BenjaminBullet #1
« Last post by vindisel on September 12, 2016, 07:39:18 am »
Thanks Ben ;) ;) ;)
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Donations / Server Donation - BenjaminBullet #1
« Last post by General DN 101 on September 11, 2016, 05:57:18 pm »
Hi Guys,

Just got back into town.
I saw we received a donation from a new player in our server BenjaminBullet.
Thank you Benjamin, we really appreciate it.

Hope to see you in the servers soon.
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General Discussion / Re: Window 10
« Last post by General DN 101 on September 09, 2016, 12:57:25 pm »
The noises you mentioned sounded like a normal hard drive. (non-ssd)...
SSD's do not have moving parts to my knowledge. So you shouldn't have heard the noises you mentioned.
There a few hybrid SSD/HHD which utilize the best of both devices, but I didn't think manufactures were shipping them because they were a little more expensive, more rare, and people aren't exactly sure of their reliability yet...

Hard Drive recovery can be quite difficult. It all depends on how dead the hard drive is.
I typically use a Linux disk to talk to the hard drive as it seems like windows does a lot of unnecessary bullshit that puts strain on the drive, which causes disruptions in the recovery process (if even possible).

There are tons of different tools I tend to use, but the one has been the most promising is RunTime.
https://www.runtime.org/data-recovery-live-cd.htm
Downloaded link is here: https://www.runtime.org/runtimelivecd.iso

You will need to download the ISO then burn it to a CD.
I typically like using this utility to burn the ISO to a CD: https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/downloads/burncdcc.zip

You will need to place the CD into the CDROM and reboot your computer... When the computer is first starting up.. It will give you the follow EXAMPLE of options:
F2 - Bios
F8 - Something Else
F10 - Something Else
F12 - Boot Options

I believe most of the time F12 is for boot options...
So the easier way is to shut the pc all the way down... Then press the power button to turn it on and immediately start taping the F12 key on the keyboard until you get to a menu. (Some manufactures use the DEL key or F10 so look for those options)...

Once you get to the menu select the option that resembles a DVD or CDROM and boot from it...
It may require you to press enter to continue booting to the disk...
When it full boots up the desktop should look like this:


I would have probably recommend you connected your hard drive VIA USB already..
Sometimes - If there is space inside of your computer tower and they left you extra cables, you can simply plug it inside of the tower.. Instead of trying to use USB. It will be much faster and much more reliable that way... Even if you have to have your PC open on and have the hard drive sitting out... Its still better..

From there you can use the "Assign Drive" link to mount the 2 hard drives (Your Primary and the One Your trying to recover data off of).
You should then be able to browse through each drive... Hint go into the drive letter go into the USERS folder then Select Your Name then go into probably the documents or desktop folder to view your files... If you don't see any files in those directories, chances are that you select the primary drive... so go to the other drive letter that you assigned and check for files there... But keep in mind... Where you were at is where you are more than likely going to want to save the files too.

Can you show me what USB cable to you bought.. I want to make sure it has the components it needs. I've found some of the USB components aren't always best for every scenario.

Also what is the make and model of your tower..
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