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Multiple Hard drive Backup


dalek111
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Hey,

I have two 500 GB hard drives, and a tower system. I was wondering if it is possible to clone hard drive 1 (with my OS and data on it etc.) to the second, and then, in Windows, have my system save all data to BOTH HDDs SIMULTANIOUSLY?

This seems like it should be possible, and I believe it would be a big flaw if not. It's like, a perfect backup, however not able to find anything on the internet in reference.

All replies appreciated :) Thanks for your time.

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woodchip

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Have a read of this, you will need to copy and paste the link to you Browser Address Bar then press enter as the link tool is not showing above the box hear

http://lifehacker.com/352472/set-up-real+time-bulletproof-backup-drive-redundancy-with-raid

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dalek111

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Perfect! Thank you so much :)

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chub_tor

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Woodchip you can get the Link tool by getting you cursor to flash in the text box and then pressing Ctrl + L

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woodchip

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Crl+L does not work as the page will not finish loading

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