- From: Hans van Eynsbergen <strangeways@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 24 May 2007 00:06:15 +0200
On Wed, 23 May 2007 21:56:38 GMT, FrozenNorth who thought that every major
problem could be solved just with potatoes, wrote:
Hans van Eynsbergen in a fit of rage spewed
Let's assume you've wasted numerous hours of DIY... or been detailing your
Rolls Royce for days on end... and your fingerprints are no longer what
they used to be....then how do you open your fscking RiTech BioSlimDisk ?
First off, use gloves when doing that kind of work.
That's beside the point.../me snickers...
http://www.bioslimdisk.com/products.htmlSecond, sounds like time for some haX0ring, don't those things at least let
Mmmhhhh...that's a damn serious problem if you need the data stored on
such a device...
you set up a backdoor password? Maybe the software itself has one, good
But really, when fingerprints are damaged, the stick simply does NOT work !
You can store as much as 5 fingerprints on the stick, but if all are
damaged, resetting does not have much effect, now does it ?
The stick has some sort of a manual resetting mode, but it needs new
fingerprints after that...
A co-worker of mine had this problem...
"Is that all you've got to show for seven and a half million years of
"I checked it very thoroughly", said the computer...