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XP: Total Protection Against Crashes

Put in Place the Best Windows Backup to Protect Your Windows XP System Against Major Errors and System Failures

After a complete Windows XP crash, due to a faulty hard drive, for example, then only a new installation will solve the problem. Unfortunately, that also means that all your data and settings will be lost – unless you previously created a backup containing your important files and settings. So what is the best backup method and which is more suited to you and your requirements?

Many users just ignore this question because the effort required to create a backup is too great, or because the process seems too complicated. In this article, read how to backup your most important data using several backup strategies and also how to get your computer up-and-running again if the worst comes to the worst.

Category: Optimisation, Troubleshooting
Issue: 2013 Issue 6 July/August
Operating Systems: XP
Article Reference: X970



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