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|22nd April 2006, 15:18||#1|
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cyclic redundancy check
guys this is way off topic but if any of u could help me as I have some data on a floppy which is tooo important to be lost and i am getting this message "cyclic redundancy check"
is there any way that i can recover this data. i have tried the floppy in different computers in office but same message keeps coming up.
pls help team-bhpians.
|22nd April 2006, 17:24||#2|
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CRC is a way of identifying wether the data is okay or not. In this case the data on your floppy has been corrupted. Search google and you will come across various data recovery tools which can help you. What is the format of data? Is it some .doc file etc.
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