Wednesday, September 8, 2010

ALMOST IN TEARS

I have to make this short - in the midst of trying to get everything packed - loading up the truck this sunday, leaving Monday - my computer crashed - big time - as in there is no data left on it - or well maybe I should word that differently - tried uploading Vista - but it won't boot up - and doing so also formatted the disc which basically erased everything - a whole lot of pics - there were some really awesome pictures on there that I won't be able to duplicate - but the ones I am so sad about are the ones of my kiddos - can't redo those - can't go back in time to recapture them -
I KNOW that I should have backed up the files - it was on my list of things to do this week! hahahahaha - so all I can say is - if you haven't backed up your files - do so.
Here's the other problem, I bought my computer 3 yrs ago, it was a store demo and for some reason I didn't get a disc with it! so I am off to try to get a disc from  the company and see if I can at least do something with  it!
so, I gotta get back to packing - take care of  yourself, have a wonderful day, and I'll be back off and on!
Fortunately this was on the HAF blog site - but super reduced - going to try to enlarge it somehow eventually! but I had a whole series of about 8 of this tree that was frozen - this may be the only pic I will be able to salvage of them!
Love ya all!

6 comments:

Miss Val's Creations said...

I'm so sorry to hear about the crash! It's sad to loose photos that you can never get back. :( I've been through a crash at work without having done a recent backup. Not fun!

Christine Burgess said...

Oh, that's just terrible!

You have just reminded me to backup my newer photos, etc., so thank you.

I hope you can get that disk.

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Angry Bob said...

It may still be possible to get the photos and that back even after repartitioning/formatting but the more you write to the drive the less chance you will have.

Photorec is free and open source. I've used it myself to recover customer's data and can recommend it.

See http://www.cgsecurity.org/wiki/PhotoRec

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