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Back-up copie

by mrgadget5543 / March 28, 2004 3:17 PM PST

How do you make a back up copie of your files and folder's in XP Home? I have looked every were and have yet to find anything that tells me how to make a back-up copie.

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Re:Back-up copie
by Jezter~ / April 6, 2004 9:22 PM PDT
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"Start" > "Accesories" > "System Tools" > "Back Up"
Or "Start" > "Help and Support", type in "Back up" and press "Go".
The first option takes you to the Back Up tool (help button on top right), the second takes you into the MS help system for all details and options.

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Re:Back-up copie
by glb613 / April 6, 2004 9:52 PM PDT
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If you have a CD burner with a program to use, make a CD. It doesn't have to be in a "backup" form or style. You can make a simple data CD with the files and folders you want to save away from the hard drive. It is very easy to do and most CD burning programs have either a readme file of tutorial built in for you to use.

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