Please help me use Ubuntu to retrieve sata from crashed computer.
k.mandla at gmail.com
Sat Mar 18 17:01:57 UTC 2006
I should have mentioned that Bart's PE is designed specifically for
crashtastic situations, and it's Windows-based, so you *should* be avoiding
any compatibility issues that might come between Ubuntu and Windows. Not
that there are a lot, but in a desperate situation, I'd rather be using
Windows to rescue Windows. Just my $0.02. :)
On 3/16/06, Duncan Lithgow <duncan at lithgow-schmidt.dk> wrote:
> On Mon, 2006-03-13 at 10:51 -0700, K. Mandla wrote:
> > I'd hate to steer anyone away from Ubuntu, but for a situation like
> > this, Bart's PE disc is probably a better solution.
> > http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/
> > Cheers and good luck!
> I'm no guru but i agree with k. mandle here. try a good live distro, any
> one of them will let you copy files to your usb disk. I've heard and
> seen that ubuntu is not so good with SATA just at the moment so you
> might want to try kanopix or knoppix
> Remember to stay calm and think carefully before you do anything.
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