Seagate Releases New Security Platform

"Seagate Releases New Security Platform"

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Seagate has announced the release of their newest digital security platform, DriveTrust. This new platform combines an already powerful automated system with several user-customizable options to give a very simple-to-use and versatile security system.  DriveTrust will provide benefits such as easy installation, a software developer's kit (SDK) for independent software companies, and easy drive erasure.

DriveTrust will be available with Seagate's Momentus 5400 FDE.2 and DB35 Series hard drives.

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31-10-2006, 09:48:20

Dav0s
3 years of downlaoding mp3's on 56k? 11 songs then?

31-10-2006, 09:53:40

MeltedDuron
I took the cap off my res while i was watercooling my shuttle for a few benchies, water went all over the mobo, killed my cherry 2600-m and most of the rig... 450 mistake :'(

31-10-2006, 10:02:39

mVp24
One summer morning, young SpiritD woke up to his computer. He has left the case off last night so he thought he'd turn it on and make sure the temps are still OK after temp modding. He was shocked when the computer wouldn't go on! Immeadiately he put his rig knowledge to use, dismantled the motherboard removed ram, vid card, and right before he removed the processor, he noticed that the power switch cable had fell out. -.-'

31-10-2006, 11:12:16

dave87

3 years of downlaoding mp3's on 56k? 11 songs then?



And some say you don't have a sense of humour? :p

Probably the silliest thing I did was putting a screwdriver into a powersupply whilst it was running. I survived, the PSU didn't :(

31-10-2006, 13:34:56

Rastalovich
I picked up a psu via it`s pcb and had the capacitors discharge thru me - weirdest feeling, like the ole put-the-battery-on-the-tonge trick only a whole body experience.

Stoopidest pc thing tho was down to not plugging power into a device, still can`t believe I wasted practically a whole weekend fault finding that.

31-10-2006, 14:24:52

Raging

I picked up a psu via it`s pcb and had the capacitors discharge thru me - weirdest feeling, like the ole put-the-battery-on-the-tonge trick only a whole body experience.



ROFL! that made me really laugh sorry:p

31-10-2006, 23:37:33

Turkay
Once my brother had a prefab Dell 2.0 GHz P4, 256 MB DDR, 40 GB HDD.

Then he tried putting a 256MB stick of SDRAM (three-slot, not two) into it, and he didn't. And of course he powered it on; there was sizzling and possibly some sparks.

I arsed him to doit, but he's the one who didn't check first LOL. I'd just replaced by 256MB with a 512MB stick not more than a few months ago, I had SDRAM and even knew the speed, but I was not aware he had DDR. This was with the first system I had all to myself--1.1 GHz celeron, 128KB/100MHzFSB, 20 GB HDD and added a 40GB later.

The hard drive still worked, not sure about the 64MB AGP nvidia GPU (not sure what kind, I'd have to get it to work first). And as for the processor and mobo, I'm not about to find out =P

01-11-2006, 00:40:01

mVp24
[QUOTE=Rastalovich]I picked up a psu via it`s pcb and had the capacitors discharge thru me - weirdest feeling, like the ole put-the-battery-on-the-tonge trick only a whole body experience.

Stoopidest pc thing tho was down to not plugging power into a device, still can`t believe I wasted practically a whole weekend fault finding that.[/QUOTE]
Lol....glad your OK! :thumbsup:

18-02-2007, 08:45:31

Toxcity
Sorry for bringing up a dead thread, but!

My stoopidest thing I have ever done with computers was: Okay, My friend wanted to see what a CPU looked like so I decided ill show him. (while the PC was on) Took off the Heatsink and windows blue screened and well I sort of laughed at myself! The poor CPU never recovered! :(


HOW DUMB CAN YOU BE! :sleep:

18-02-2007, 09:40:30

mrapoc
LOL ^

I thought i'd see what the voltage switch did on the back of my psu about 4 years ago (when sam hardly knew anything:)) A big bang, a spark almost hit me in the face, smoke and a horrible smell...LOL scared the shoot outta me as i'd just got a 6600gt installed, luckily the cheapo psu sacrificed itself and saved everything else.

The scary thing was that the shop who repaired it presumed that i'd plugged a pci-e card into my AGP slot :rolleyes: then proceeded to test everything and i was too scared to tell them what i had actually done :p
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