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wschneid Posted: 28.04.2016, 17:37

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My graphics card went out and I haven't been able to fly for a few days.
I got the new one today and am back in the air.


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Yoland Posted: 28.04.2016, 21:07


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Welcome back William. Happy to learn that your are 100% operational again.
Myself, I am still grounded after my motherboard "death", but I received the new one today and I hope to be back in the sky in the coming days... if everything goes well. I just hope that I do not have to reinstall all my programs (not only flights sims but all my professional photo editing programs that I need for my everyday job)! Cross fingers!

Yoland Grosjean from Switzerland - SPA 348
- CEO St Paul Airlines VA (ceo@stpaulairlines.com)
- Special Operations manager
- SPA Fleet manager
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wschneid Posted: 29.04.2016, 01:00

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I bought a backup program to pervent something like that happening ot me. I hope you can recover everything.

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SPA031 Posted: 27.05.2016, 10:20


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I suggest backing up a new Windows 10 computer by first going into Backup and and saving a System Image of the boot drive to an external USB drive. Then, start the regular scheduled backup option on a schedule or on continuous settings.

If your boot drive needs replacing, just reboot from BIOS to the USB backup drive system image and do a restore to the new replacement drive.

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