Re: recovery utilities

I have to agree with Figment. Recovery tools might work in situations where there's absolutely no other option. But the most talented programmer in the world with all the time in the world couldn't write such a program that would work as well as the simple knowledge that all your important stuff is stored on another drive. When it comes to stuff you have that can be somewhat easily obtained again, it's a good idea to back it up. When it comes to stuff you created yourself, especially if you haven't given this stuff to anyone else, backup, backup your backups, and backup the backups of your backups! Never trust any one hard drive to store the only copy of anything. Any drive can fail at any time, possibly with absolutely no warning, and with no way of ever getting your data back.

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