Josh Glover wrote:
> On 16/06/07, Sonic <sonic at dreadserver.com> wrote:
>>> On Fri, 15 Jun 2007 16:32:30 +0100, Sonic <sonic at dreadserver.com> wrote:
>>>> > I'm not keen on freezing.
>>>> But if I were to freeze it, would it be best to freeze it inside the
>> harddrive enclosure?
>> Sounds like bad idea pants to me.
>> I'd freeze the drive with cables poking out of the bag, then be quick
> about the recovery.
>> In short, you need to be completely ready to grab as much data as
> possible off that drive the second you pull it out of the freezer. USB
> enclosures make this better; just connect and go, no waiting to boot
> up, no sticking the drive in the hotter case environment.
>> Have your scripts prepared and waiting so all you have to do is
> connect the drive and hit enter. You won't have much time.
>I'd try it direct without a drive enclosure, just on PC as secondary
Master IDE instead of CD/DVD
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