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Thread: Sand Disk

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    what exactly is sand disk and how do i use it , i hae windows me

  2. Software & Hardware   -   #2
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    Did you mean what is scan disk?

    The Scan Disk utility works to preserve data integrity of your hard drive. Your files are stored on your hard drive in data groups called "clusters", sometimes these clusters can become "cross linked" with other clusters belonging to other files, or they can simply become "lost" from the rest of its fellow clusters.

    When you run scan disk the utility saves the "lost" file fragments into new files that you can view called "check" files (*.chk). It also repairs cross-linked clusters by making a copy and pairing it to two separate families (the original and the cross linked one).


    look here

    http://pchelp.ncms.org/HelpDocs/Scan_Defra...Scan_Defrag.htm

  3. Software & Hardware   -   #3
    no i mean sand disk memory sticks

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    sorry, I don't know... never heard of sand disk memory sticks

  5. Software & Hardware   -   #5
    Do you mean SanDisk? They make compact flash cards, like what you would find in a digital camera. See this link SanDisk

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    It's called SanDisk.

    Never used them. I just thought it people know what you're asking about the they can help you better.

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    lol, yeah, didn't you guys know about sanding your disk for better performance? Less weight means faster spin up obviously

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    What grit do I need to use balamm???

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    Start with 80 and finish with 240. Make sure it's closed coat though. And do it on a gravel driveway so it won't slide around while you work

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    balam u r a asshole

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