|Jun30-12, 02:14 AM||#1|
How to protect data from radiation and strong magnetic field?
I keep my files using HDD, can my files still be retrieved under radiation and strong magnetic field?
Will it be better if I copy them into DVD disks?
Does anyone have any suggestions?
Thanks in advance for any suggestions
|Jun30-12, 02:15 PM||#2|
Strong magnetic fields at the disk can erase the data - DVDs are better, as they do not rely on magnetization.
Radiation: Probably depends on the type of radiation.
If you expect significant radiation or strong magnetic fields somewhere (why?), what about an external backup?
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