A little less convenient than OTA, but with lesser risks, and still a whole lot more convenient than going to the dealer's service department.
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Back to flash memory cards, I really wasn't aware that the data could decay that quickly.
Hey, so does that mean that my Mario Kart 64 scores will actually fade away quicker than my Super Mario Kart ones (which are stored on battery-backed SRAM)? (Yeah, I know I'm really starting to go OT on this one)
Speaking of punch cards, I do wish I could have somehow had the opportunity to see how those things were created and used. I mean, I see pictures and text on the Internet describing that, but it would be nice to have seen it actually happening, even if it were just in a video.
Now back to the OP's actual topic, somehow I think only "geek" type people (like me) would really care all that much about PC preservation.
The 11 is for people with the pride of a 10 and the pocketbook of an 8. -- R.B. Greenberg [referring to PDPs?]