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Old 12-06-2004, 07:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello i wanted to know if any one call tell me a program that will make a back up cd/dvd so that if my cpu crash i can just pop in the cd and all my info is back thanks for the help
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Old 12-06-2004, 07:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Drive Image, you can save an image to multiple CD's if neccesary.
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CPU crash?

it wont effect on your data my friend.

also, there is 0.1% chance that ur CPU crash. other things yes they can.

CPU ar built with so much care that if runned with proper cooling, they wont end up in 10 years.
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Some members actually mean "comp" when they are saying "CPU"
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hahaha, right, i didnt thought that way, a i've seen this in US and specially in asian countries. they call system as CPU (where CPU is tinest part in the whole box), hahahahaha
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sorry if i used the wrong words. if some how my computer gets infcted with a virus are crash and i lose all the data i'm looking for a program that will restart my computer with the info that i had on it befor the crash. are a program that will make a restart disc.
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There is no suh program as far as I know.
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What you need to do is back up all your data cause there isn't such a beast. Not really anyway.

If you get that infected that it requires you to reformat, you've lost everything. And the restart disk is called your Operating System. (like Windows XP) And all your program disks. Liz
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There are some that will back-up your data along with all your system files.

What they do is create an image of your entire hard disk at a certain time. Then when you restore them, it just reformats the drive and places that image back on.

Some differen't ones I've used.

Power Quest Drive Image
Norton Ghost
Acronis True Image


Only downside is that the image is usually only a gig or 2 less than what you have used on your hard drive. You'll need an external HD or a 2nd HD to image onto.
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.. or a second partition if you only got 1 HD. You can also burn the image to CD'(s)
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