Monthly Archives: June 2010

How to Keep Your Drives Safe and Secure While Duplicating

Aleratec hard drive duplicators make complete, exact copies of a source hard drive. Because the Hard Drive duplicators make exact copies, and each copier has its own operating system, it doesn’t matter how the source drive is formatted or partitioned, whether it’s NTFS, FAT 16 or 32, one of the Linux or Macintosh formats, or even another format.

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The Aleratec Blog – An Ongoing Series of Interesting Information

The Aleratec Blog will provide useful information and advice on a variety of topics for today’s businesses, organizations and individuals. Initial entries explore LightScribe technology, upgrading a laptop computer and how organizations can copy hard drives. Future articles will explore subjects ranging from digital data security to media quality.

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I’m Liking LightScribe

LightScribe disc labeling technology works with special CD-R and DVD recordable media and creates sharp, clear and easy to read disc labels. LightScribe’s exciting Append feature allows users to burn templates or images to their discs and then add to the label at a future time. With the availability of colored background LightScribe media, multi-disc recorders offered by Aleratec, and much improved contrast settings, it’s hard to argue against LightScribe as a great solution for disc labeling.

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How I Upgraded My Laptop Computer’s Hard Drive

Upgrading a laptop to a larger capacity hard drive can increase performance. Using a hard drive duplicator, designed to clone drives exactly, make this kind of upgrade fast and simple.

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