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    SubjectRe: single bit errors on files stored on USB-HDDs via USB2/usb_storage
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    Am Freitag, 8. Dezember 2006 11:39 schrieb Matthias Schniedermeyer:
    > > I.e. it's nearly impossible for noisy hardware to _silently_ cause data
    > > corruption. I would suppose USB has similar CRC checks.

    It has.

    > > Also, you mentioned that the corruption occurs systematically on certain
    > > byte patterns. Therefore it's certainly not related to the cables.
    >
    > It'd guess that too, but who can that say for sure. :-|

    You may have a bit pattern that stresses the controllers and suddenly
    a marginal cable may matter.

    Regards
    Oliver

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