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Re: From Pam

  • Subject: Re: From Pam
  • From: "Christopher P. Lindsey" <lindsey@mallorn.com>
  • Date: Wed, 9 Sep 2009 16:12:23 -0400

> Does anyone know why Pam thinks the computer is fried?  Just what is it doing
> or not doing?
> Daryl, Bottom line, Chris would know much better than I do about cleaning out
> a computer.  When I trash them, I put everything I want on an external hard
> drive, delete what is sensitive, clear the temps files etc, take the hard
> drive out and smash it to..... then turn the rest in when they have one of
> those recycle drives around here.  Word on the street is - a good computer
> expert can get just about everything off a drive even if you delete it.  Not
> sure if that is true or not...

Unfortunately, I have no idea.  :(  I'm not a Windows or Mac user, so I'm
pretty clueless when it comes to doing anything on them.


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