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Jeremy Mortenson From Crucial Technology and Jeremy Buck From Diskeeper Corporation to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers (R)

Jeremy Mortenson From Crucial Technology and Jeremy Buck From Diskeeper Corporation to Be Featured on Let's Talk Computers (R)

NASHVILLE, TN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 06/22/07 -- Guests from Crucial Technology and Diskeeper Corporation will appear on radio talk show Let's Talk Computers. Crucial Technology is a division of Micron Semiconductor Products, Inc., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Micron Technology, Inc. (NYSE: MU). Diskeeper Corporation is the innovator in performance and reliability technologies, including their flagship product, Diskeeper, which maximizes system performance and reliability-automatically.

Jeremy Mortenson, Sr. Product Marketing Manager with Crucial Technology, talks about the importance of choosing the correct memory for your computer system, and how Crucial's online tools remove all the confusion and guesswork from the memory upgrade process.

Jeremy Buck, Spokesperson for Diskeeper, talks about why Undelete has proven to be a lifesaver when it comes to recovering those files that have been accidentally deleted from your computer system.

To find out "How to Recover Those Important Deleted Files" and to read the complete transcript go to: http://www.diskeeper.com/press/ltc/june-23-2007

Listen to the interviews at:

Crucial Technology http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/crucial/scanner

Diskeeper Corporation http://www.lets-talk-computers.com/guests/diskeeper/undelete

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