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Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 9/15/2001 10:18:36 AM   
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And, does this software check the integrity of the backup, or do i just keep my fingers crossed?

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RE: Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 9/15/2001 10:57:06 AM   
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Norton Ghost

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RE: Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 9/16/2001 2:14:29 AM   
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Thanks John.

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RE: Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 9/16/2001 1:00:32 PM   
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Ghost is cool, Brilliant, use it every day. Saved my bacon many times.
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RE: Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 9/28/2001 11:11:42 PM   
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Before I ruffle the feathers, let me state that I have been a Norton fan since the days of DOS. However, as good as Ghost is, it is antiquated.

I am not going to get into this or that feature. The supported burner list for ghost is pretty small. Unfortunately, my Philips 804 was not supported in 2001 and evidently not in 2002 either. Their solution is to update firmware and the MB BIOS and hope that it works. That is crap.

Check out NTI's Backup NOW! Works well in W2K and supports most cdrws. I like it. Nice scheduling feature. HD imaging with bootable cdrom works automatically for the major crash. Otherwise, user selected intervals for any files you want to update... all under windows. No rebooting and working in DOS. Every session is compared to the existing file for verification.

Check it out

Eric


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RE: Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 9/30/2001 4:59:51 PM   
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I also recommend NTI Backup Now!
Frank

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RE: Which software should i use to backup my hdd? - 10/10/2001 9:31:49 AM   
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Nahh, I like the way NG fits on a floppy and it's the only one I've used. If you have 2HDD's, then there is no problem creating spanned images to write to CD later!

I decided to take my work back underground... To stop it falling into the wrong hands...

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