Medion Delay Windows Home Server Release Due to Data Corruption Bug

Personal Computer World reporting that German OEM Medion are delaying the release of their long-awaited Windows Home Server hardware in Europe until Microsoft release a fix for the Data Corruption Bug which has been identified in the product. Whilst the device is on show at Cebit over in Germany this week, UK product manager Rick Munday […]

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Personal Computer World reporting that German OEM Medion are delaying the release of their long-awaited Windows Home Server hardware in Europe until Microsoft release a fix for the Data Corruption Bug which has been identified in the product.

Whilst the device is on show at Cebit over in Germany this week, UK product manager Rick Munday said it would not sell the device until Microsoft fixed a data corruption flaw that can in rare circumstances scramble files.

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