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Kingston and Symantec Put Disaster Recovery on a Flash Drive
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Kingston and Symantec Put Disaster Recovery on a Flash Drive

Friday August 8, 2008

At some point most Windows computer users will have a crash or need some sort of disaster recovery. The problem is that when the time comes for disaster recovery, many computer users will realize that they never made Windows recovery disks.

Kingston and Symantec have announced a new product called the Kingston DT400 Symantec Pocket Disaster Recovery Kit. The Kingston DataTraveler flash drive is pre-loaded with Symantec Recovery Disk software to aid in recovery after a system failure.

The Symantec software gives access to full Windows operating system command functionality to allow users access to Windows disk tools and network utilities. Symantec also equips the drive with pcAnywhere to allow remote access to a computer that has crashed. The DT400 Symantec Pocket Recovery Disk is available in three different capacities -- 2GB, 4GB, and 8GB. The drives are available now for $19, $36, and $67 respectively.

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