Sunday, July 19, 2009
How do you say Back-Up in Korean?
I don't speak, read, or write Korean. So its tough when facing a menu screen that's completely in Korean script. I was able to determine, with some help, that the icons below mean "Back-Up" and that by clicking the mouse on those icons, the back-up would begin.
The back-up screen contained many mysterious icons as well. From top to bottom, the HDD's (Hard Disk Drive) starting date, ending date, then the back-up specific menu begins, chosen back-up device with location, beginning back-up time, ending back-up time, and space available on the back-up device.
It's time to add Korean language skills to the training budget and calendar. In the mean time, if you need a Rosetta Stone for Korean DVRs, this should help a wee bit.