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Re: Multiple Bins

Post Posted: Mar 11, 13 00:04

[quote="twjolson"]It means this hard drive was connected to at least 5 different computers.

Everything before the RID (the last four digits) is the Machine ID. This GUID is unique to the machine. ...
Beetle
Topic: Multiple Bins
Replies: 9
Views: 8213
 

Re: Multiple Bins

Post Posted: Mar 10, 13 11:22

I am assuming you are referring to the last 4 numbers of the SID. These are the relative ids. Anything 1000 or greater are different Groups or users.
Beetle
Topic: Multiple Bins
Replies: 9
Views: 8213
 

Re: Help to Identify Data

Post Posted: Feb 27, 13 19:07

These appear to be simply path statements , perhaps from the recent files list or something like that. Are these hits at regular offsets relative to each other? What exactly are you trying to do with ...
Beetle
Topic: Help to Identify Data
Replies: 6
Views: 4277
 

Re: is this absurd or logic way to erase Flash memory?

Post Posted: Feb 09, 13 05:36

[quote="williamsonn"]hello

I am thinking about this issue:

If any eraser software what makes is to overwrite the drive with random data, and only a pass is needed to delete any previous stored ...
Beetle
Topic: is this absurd or logic way to erase Flash memory?
Replies: 16
Views: 10333
 

Re: Free FTK Download

Post Posted: Feb 01, 13 18:21

[quote="bigmantech"]Hi is there a FREE Full version of FTK, ive heard that they may have version 1.50 full version for free to download does anybody have anyide ?[/quote]

You do know you need a don ...
Beetle
Topic: Free FTK Download
Replies: 5
Views: 29716
 

Re: Ever reported data recovering from broken CD/DVD/HDD?

Post Posted: Jan 21, 13 02:15

I suggest the OP carry out a bit of an experiment with a CD.

To the OP...

Take one and snap in half with your hands ( wear gloves! ). You will see that the substrate ( that's the silver materia ...
Beetle
Topic: Ever reported data recovering from broken CD/DVD/HDD?
Replies: 20
Views: 17014
 

Re: Windows and the BIOS clock

Post Posted: Dec 30, 12 20:31

[quote="jaclaz"]Just for the record:
http://blogs.msdn.com/b/oldnewthing/archive/2004/09/02/224672.aspx
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/mswish/ut-rtc.html

jaclaz[/quote]

That second link is ver ...
Beetle
Topic: Windows and the BIOS clock
Replies: 13
Views: 21624
 
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