Re: DXKeeper 10.3.7 won't launch resolved

Richard B Drake

Solid State Drives (SSD) are indeed now appearing in the mainstream. They are still a bit more expensive per megabyte than rotating electro mechanical hard drives. But they are fast, reliable and finally available in usable capacities (128, 256 and 512 GB). My wife has a 128GB SSD in her new Toshiba Ultabook, an amazingly small and light full featured Laptop, and as Dave said, it "Screams".

73, Rich - W3ZJ

Chuck Chandler wrote:

A complete check disk found and replaced some bad sectors. All now works
as it should.

A review of Event Viewer shows no 1005 errors in the Application Log until

DXKeeper had no errorlog.txt, and Launcher had one with a single entry from
back in 2011.

I'll keep a careful eye on the hard drive, and start checking into
replacing it.

73 de Chuck, WS1L

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