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    USB Hotwire !!!!!!

    Nice pupil comes into office with a plainly broken pen drive. Only problem is that all of his course work is on it and nowhere else.

    Little bit of cable and solder did the trick.

    Cheers Stu
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    Excellent job - we've done some of those for nice kids too!

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    I thought it was just us...

    I had a similar story and similar solution...!

    I've tried explaining about backups.

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    Lol... nice!!

    I had a student who believed that a USB drive is better then our network, explained we have a RAID SCSI SAN which is backed up daily to tape (autoloader) and is then took offsite weekly and we keep each month tape (which is rare (in most places), but REALLY helps)

    Still never sinks in.
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    Good job there guy's.

    Also tried explaining about backups before but these are students and teachers were talking about here these things don't register.

    Dan

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    Quote Originally Posted by sdc View Post
    I thought it was just us...

    I had a similar story and similar solution...!

    I've tried explaining about backups.
    Same make and model as ours.

    Steer clear of these as they are obviously gash

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    That should be in the wiki - a how to.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    That should be in the wiki - a how to.....

    Yeah, good idea Mattx.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattx View Post
    That should be in the wiki - a how to.....
    I 2nd that notion - I would like to know which wires to solder to where



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