codefoundry at gmail.com wrote:
> Actually it's not. The first thing they'll do is cool the drive, and
> set up an environment to try and run it as cool as possible while
> attempting an aquisition. Leave it for 24 hours and try again, you'll
> be very surprised.
Which may in fact be a bad idea:
"In fact, there is a clear trend showing that lower temperatures are
associated with higher failure rates. Only at very high temperatures
is there a slight reversal of this trend."
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