Most unusual data disaster horror stories for 2007

Friday, 7 December 2007, 9:41 PM EST

An ant-infested hard drive and a failing parachute top a list of data disaster horror stories for 2007. The list, provided by Kroll Inc.'s Ontrack Data Recovery unit, illustrates some of the strangest and wackiest things that people put electronic storage devices through on a regular basis.

Putting drives in the washing machine. Using oil to stop them from squeaking. These are just two examples of the user bloopers the company's engineers nominated for inclusion on the list. Remarkably, Kroll data recovery specialists were able to recover the data in both instances.

At Computerworld.

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