[Tig]   Archiving From Holographic to Bubbles!

TSassoon at aol.com TSassoon at aol.com
Thu Apr 24 20:53:48 BST 2008


In a message dated 4/24/08 12:08:27 PM, peter_swinson at compuserve.com writes:

> Field too low of course to effect the data
> 

Most if not all hard drives include a couple of extremely powerful permanent 
magnets, and of course a coil on the actuator. I haven't seen it happen, but I 
presume that the permanent magnets are capable of partially erasing the near 
section of the platters over time. I'd be very surprised if they didn't.



Tim Sassoon
SFD vfx & creative post
Santa Monica, CA






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