|Nov 6, 2003, 04:50 PM||#2|
The article states that there have only been about 20 cases of data corruption reported.
Even if that number were 200, doesn't that seem within the "normal" rate of random data corruption and drive failures people experience as a whole?
Seems to me that a lot of the complaints are simply coincidence and not causation.
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