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How To Create Backup


ponytail

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I use Bullguard and have only seen that it is possible to back up all my files using Bullguars.I have chosen to back them up to a empty external drive and chosen to backup whenever the files change.Has anyone else used Bullguard for doing a backup if so could they advise if what I have done is ok

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northumbria61

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From the instructions you should be able to see what you have backed up in your Backup Profile.

See the HELP screen here and options down left side

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northumbria61

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Further - from the HELP screen - left side - under Backup - Restore your Data (Guide) you should be able to see where your data is stored (which is what you asked previously) STEP 2 - If there is no Data on either HDD then the backup hasn't been achieved or it has gone to D as you say.

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