Re: Recovering data from bad DB - Hewlett Packard

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    That is because, as many have stated in the past, the people at Adager are fantastic ! If you have a HP3000 without Adager, it is like a car with half inflated tires, you may be able to get somewhere, but it will be a whole lot more difficult and uncomfortable along the way !

    Wyell Grunwald
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    From: "James D. Dunlap"

    > You're right, Brian, but that's what I did. Too tired to think straight,
    > too little system downtime to not catch it when I can (or so I thought at
    > 1AM). Rene Woc at Adager walked me through the necessary steps to fix via
    > Debug. (FW did the trick.) That was not only kind of him, but downright
    > gracious, considering that we don't have Adager (yet!). Thanks for all who
    > helped.
    > James
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  2. COPYRITE from Tymlabs

    Does anyone know if this file copy tool is still available?

    TIA

    Jack Connor

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