Data Recovery

Data Recovery

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Posted by Deflaut on 2008-07-08 22:20:25

Tagged: , CD , DVD , disc , compact disc , data , water , optical , clean , cleaning , security , protection , recovery , computers , tips , tricks , tips & tricks , dust , remove , media

Rewards Of Compact Disc Duplication

Rewards Of Compact Disc Duplication

The procedure of CD duplication may be the means of generating several copies of CDs of various types without carrying out a replication of many. The phrase is applied to explain the need and use of short run volume duplicating of different forms of CDs. Most CD duplication is done for amounts under five hundred.

The value and quality of the duplicate is higher, with the sound quality getting really excellent and matching the high quality with the original. There are lots of benefits to Compact disc duplication, which includes:

1. Its much less costly to accomplish Compact disk duplication than it really is to complete a full replication, particularly when the demands are a great deal less.

2. In most circumstances, throughout a replication there is going to be a minimum amount that is in fact much more than essential. By making use of Compact disc duplication, you’ll be able to truly eradicate this additional replication.

3. Believe it or not, it can really be a lot faster to make use of CD duplication than a total Compact disc replication run.

You will find other points that can trigger you to take a second glimpse at the same time. With most situations, New cd duplication will cost far more per Compact disc than that of the entire run replication. Nonetheless, this may still be much lower in the long run. Not all will appear like the original, as a number of them may have blue or even black burn markings on them that make them appear to be duplicates.

Compact disc duplication, nevertheless, is often a widely employed system of replicating CD’s in a very efficient and timely manner. The technology is always improving at the same time, so you are able to appear for updates within the high quality of Cd duplication systems too – which is wonderful news for those who take pleasure in CD duplication.

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Peripheral Error

Peripheral Error

For the subject: "Undesirable".

A defunct hard drive, I’ve deliberately sabotaged the connectors to prevent it ever being used again.

Had great trouble getting my macro setting to focus on the correct pins, this was the best effort. Don’t know what the speckles are in the shot, dust in the light maybe?

Posted by Jigsawn on 2009-08-31 13:35:36

Tagged: , Undesirable , Theme_Team , spotlight , light , dof , depth of field , hard drive , computer , computing , disc , disk , harddisc , macro , closeup , lensflare

DailyShoot 390: Anxious

DailyShoot 390: Anxious

"What makes you anxious? Illustrate it in a photograph today."

This is the side of a 27" iMac at work. Dust on the screen plus direct sunlight equals SO MUCH AGGRIVATION and also a swift wipe with a sleeve.

Love the bokeh from the brightly-lit dust particles through my old NIKKOR 105mm ?/2.8 manual lens.

Posted by ZevEisenberg on 2010-12-10 20:46:56

Tagged: , aluminum , apple , bokeh , CD , computer , disc , drive , dust , dusty , DVD , glass , iMac

Choosing between Duplicate DVD and DVD Disc Replication

Choosing between Duplicate DVD and DVD Disc Replication

Once you have finished creating your music, video, software, and/or video games that you intend to distribute to the market in DVD format, what follows is to reproduce the original disc so as to obtain enough copies for sales purposes. There are two main ways of doing this – either DVD disc replication or duplication. There is no difference between these two methods in the quality of the final product. What determines whether you will be better off by choosing to either make replicate or duplicate DVD copies is the number of copies you aim to produce. As we will discover, these two said processes are substantially different.

Duplicate DVD copies are created via the disc burning process much in the same way we use the DVD writing capability of the DVD ROMs in our computers to make copies of music, soft copies of documents and so forth. In professional disc duplication firms you will find a number of duplicator towers containing several high-speed burning DVD ROMs. The task done here involves loading blank DVDs into the burner drives and then initiating the image burning process. This is a repetitive process which can be very tiring and boring if large a number of copies are required. Considering that the said tasks can hardly be automated, making duplicate DVD is only viable when the maximum copies required are up to 500.

Alternatively, DVD disc replication is viable where large numbers (hundreds of thousands) of copies are needed. In this technique data is derived from the original DVD and transferred to a glass master. From the glass master a metal stamper is created and the stamper is next mounted onto a disc moulding machine which then creates the DVD disc. A replica DVD is then made and is coated with molten aluminium to achieve a reflective layer. This process is automated to ensure that it is done perfectly. Automation always brings economies of scale where a much larger number (500 and over) of discs are required.

There is always the concern that to some degree duplicate DVD copies may not be compatible with certain players even though the original copy was. Disc replication has no compatibility issues and replicated discs tend to last more than duplicated ones.

On average the production of duplicate DVD copies normally takes 2 to 3 working days while disc replication normally takes 10 to 12 working days. It is important to look for reputable disc duplication/replication firms in order to come up with professional and quality end products. Instead of inconveniently running around from one store to the next, you might as well check the internet for online firms that provide these reproduction services but remember to take the necessary precautions to ensure that you are not dealing with con-artists.

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Achieve Maximum Sales through Disc Replication and Disc Printing

Achieve Maximum Sales through Disc Replication and Disc Printing

In marketing software, games, music discs, or even distributing promotional material on discs (DVDs or CDs), you will need to mass produce the discs in order to reach the millions of potential customers. There are two ways to do this – disc replication or duplication. The difference between these two is in terms of the reproduction process and cost.

Disc replication involves the production of a “glass master” of your data which is then passed through a stamper moulded onto a foil. The foil is then attached to a polycarbonate plastic. This process is normally automated and thus economies of scale are achievable. In layman’s terms, this process is cheaper for the reproduction of discs in mass. On the other hand, disc duplication is cheaper for small quantities of discs.

For distribution of discs around the world, disc replication is advised. To make these replicated or duplicated discs more attractive to the eye, disc printing is essential. This involves the creation of attractive graphics designs and lettering along with the use of attractive background colours on the top side of the discs.

Disc printing has been made possible via digital printing. The digital colour printers can achieve a seamless mix of colours and at the same time the production rate is incredibly fast. The technology mostly used to achieve this high quality of print work is known as CMYK. There has been continuous improvement of this technology and currently we have machines that can achieve a colour spectrum higher than that of the conventional CMYK machine.

The process of disc printing starts with determining the graphic designs to be used on the disc. This is closely followed by lettering styles and font determination. The choice of background colour/s follows; the client is involved in all these stages.

Nowadays, most companies that offer disc replication services also do disc printing. This is very convenient considering the large number of discs involved in disc replication; transporting them to a printing house will mean other costs and further the discs risk getting spoilt in the hands of the printing staff. The company offering these two services will in most cases use high quality discs to minimize the risk of returned jobs.

Thanks to the internet it is not very difficult to source a company that offers both disc replication and disc printing services. There are quite a number of online companies dealing in these two services with a turnaround of a few working days.

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compacting compact discs

compacting compact discs

So I’m in the middle of re-digitizing our entire CD collection in a nice, high quality ACC format that should be good for a decade or so… In doing so, I’m taking all of the art out of my CD’s and recycling the plastic cases that would just be going into storage anyway. This is the stack of tray cards and booklets of some of our CD’s.

You may or may not like the music… Heck, I don’t anymore in some cases.

Posted by *fizzle on 2007-03-01 00:49:22

Tagged: , Nikon D200 , CD , Compact Disc , Compact , Disc , Tray , Insert , Music , Tunes , Collection , Stack , Pile , 60mm , f/3.2

Looking for Cheap Disc Replication?

Looking for Cheap Disc Replication?

Disc replication is the process of creating a large number of copies of discs from a single master copy. It differs from duplication by the manner in which the copies are made. As opposed to duplication where the data is ‘burned’ onto the disc, in replication, a glass ‘stamper’ is made out of the original master disc. This is then used to ‘stamp out’ other discs resulting in copies.

If you have a disc replication project Replicopy offers you an opportunity for cheap CD replication. We have the right equipment to successfully complete your replication project at the cheapest costs around. We not only offer inexpensive CD replication but we adhere to the highest standards. In line with this we offer you auxiliary services such as disc printing to ensure that the final product we offer you is of the highest quality possible. Once the discs are ready, you have a choice of covers to choose from. These range from paper covers to jewel cases for CDs and from paper sleeves to amaray covers for DVDs and Blu-rays.

At Replicopy, we have made replication of discs easier than ever. Our disc replication services cover CDs, DVDs, Mini and Blu-ray discs. Once you have the master copy ready we will take it and use it to generate the other replicas. The general process is similar for the different types of discs. Our cheap CD replication costs will be music to your wallet.

Our replication services take an average of 8 to 10 working days. We recommend replication for batches of jobs exceeding 500 units. For projects with smaller batches, duplication is the more favourable approach to the project. Call us for technical advice on your disc replication project; we guarantee to offer you the best cheap CD replication prices.

Our able team will guide you on your disc replication project right from conceptualization. Any technicalities that need to be ironed out will be cleared at this stage. From here, we have the latest equipment to undertake most affordable replication without compromising on the quality of production. We can also handle distribution of the finished products. If you require DVD authoring or editing, we have the ability to undertake this too.

Other than replication, we also offer various printing services. We have disc printing for discs and we also perform printing on USB discs. Other than these, we do banners, banner stands, posters, magnetic signs and promotional printing.

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HTPC (AZZA/CypberpowerPC Case) Short Review

HTPC (AZZA/CypberpowerPC Case) Short Review

I originally obtained this case from Cyberpower PC which they call it the Zeus Mini. It is a great small form factor case, but I feel that it does not do to well in cooling the components.

Pros:
It looks cool with it’s exterior lights on the front with the brushed metal face.

Cons:
Working with this case was very difficult due to my fat pudgy hands and inexperience. I had to remove all the fans that are placed over the components before installing a long 292mm Gigabyte GTX 770 Video Card. The power source for the video card were touching the ceiling of the case causing slight bending. Wire management was very difficult and it was very messy looking to my taste. The top of the case has some air holes but is not dust proof. The front IO has only one usb 2.0 and one 3.0.

Posted by E_mil on 2014-10-05 10:07:49

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