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XP: Preventative Measures Against Total Crash

After a complete crash, a re-installation of Windows may be your only option. This can obviously lead to data loss unless you have made a backup of your files first. But who knows when a total crash will strike? This causes many users to adopt a do it tomorrow attitude to backing up since the time and energy needed to confront the minefield of backing up leaves people cold, and its often when its too late, they wish they had confronted backing up before that crash did strike. In this article, we will look at the various backup methods available and how a quick backup routine can really work.

Category: Troubleshooting
Issue: 2007 Issue 3 May/June
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X24

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