How To: Back Up Your Hard Drive

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pimonger

Awesome tutorial! Very informative.

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JohnnyBoyClub

Hy guys,

I am using a software called Dmailer http://www.dmailer.com/dmailer-backup.html since 2 years now and i didn't had any problems with it . As it was a free software it catched my eye quickly , but in time i saw that is good in every aspect of it and  i think i will use it long time from now .

Also you can store the backups on their server up to 3gb for an free account ( they have larger accounts at some resonable prices too )

 

So use any software wisely and never buy for what that you only heard that is good , buy a software that let you test it or it offers you for free.

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Kanuck

Kanuck Thanks so much for the info on how to Backup my files.

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Kanuck

Kanuck,

I need your "help" PLEASE.I bought a new PC last month.I have them backed up in my (old C Drive)Is it possiable to back up my recent work to somewhere safe?So I'm hoping that I can then transfer the back up files to my hard drive;then delete that old C.I would then like to transfer the latest  files as well.Is this do able??

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PhoneyVirus

Just Tracking Thanks

Every one should back up there data if it means something to them.

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GeoffreyF

It is always protect ourselves from perpetrators. We all know that this type of criminals can screw our entire lives so it is always a good thing to be always protected. Internet is the most common base for this criminals, so I suggest that you back up your computer to be always protected. Aside from it protects your identity, backing up your computer is also a nice investment. A computer back-up system, such as an external hard drive or a zip drive, to store things like business records, personal records, or family photos cost that much money. You can lose big time if you don't back-up – identity theft, hacking, or a hardware failure. Before you know it, there goes your tax records for the last ten years – hope you don’t have an audit. It is so easy to lose your vital information. You may not be able to afford not to get a computer back-up, when you think about it.

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