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Ducc
Posted: Oct 19 2006, 12:27 AM


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I've been backing up on a semi-regular schedule. Losing a hard drive would suck, but I wouldn't be down. Some backup folders and maybe a few obscure installed programs would be barely missed.
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Andrew
  Posted: Oct 19 2006, 08:48 PM


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You should also consider using Gmail Drive to back stuff up to your Gmail account! thumbsup.gif

Anyone who has not tried this yet, it is the real deal and FREE! wink.gif I personally use it as a secondary backup.
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Ducc
Posted: Oct 19 2006, 09:16 PM


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I've tried that in the past, but the files I back up tend to be pretty big. CD's work fine though. Let's hope they don't go bad...
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Karl
Posted: Oct 19 2006, 11:19 PM


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The next questons is (and I can't belive no one has asked this yet)...

Ducc, why do you have 4 hard drives it the first place? omg.gif eyebrow.gif It doesn't sound like you have a RAID setup going.

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Ducc
Posted: Oct 20 2006, 10:10 AM


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Cause I have a lot of stuff, and most of my hard drives are around 100gb (~390gb total). I could go buy larger hard drives, but I'd still keep the largest 4 drives for backup purposes.
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