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How to create a backup


ponytail

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On browsing through a computer magazine it days you should backup what is on your C driveand anything else you cannot afford to lose.Can I do this by copy and paste copying what is on the C drive and pasting it onto my external drive.I already have some important documents on my external drive.Can someone advise as have not done this before.

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Nontek

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The best/easiest way to create backups is to use Acronis or similar, saving the backups to your external drive. Cost about £20 'ish and worth every penny. Just Google - Acronis.

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