- Op 27/11/2010 18:11, schreef ...
> Once you get it back the way you want trySpeaking of back-ups. Someone with a negative experience concerning
>> the free version.
Windows built-in back-up program?
And, coming back to Windows from Apple, is there a back-up program - so
far I didn't found it - that allow to boot from the back-up.
I had such a program under Apple, and is one of the few things I liked.
- Adrien Verlee wrote:
> is there a back-up program - soAssuming you are running eXPerimental or up you are ridiculously limited
> far I didn't found it - that allow to boot from the back-up.
in what you can do. You can't copy system files while the computer is
running (and obvioulsy not while it's not, so you're stuck). Assuming
you have FAT32 partitions, not NTFS, you could boot Win98 and use that
to mirror the system partition. You will then just have to swap drives
In fact that's what I do. I always have two drives with two primary
partitions under Win98, so they become C: and D:. My system partion is
E: and I have a small drive with just one primary partition as backup.
Inserted as second drive it becomes D:, and, with W98 not restricting
what I can do as much as the newer Big Brother OSs, I can copy all of E:
to D:. Should serious trouble arise, I just insert that backup drive as
a third drive, have it become E:, boot from there, and do any repairs
For that alone, my system partition stays FAT32 even under XP, although
there I do use NTFS for huge data partitions.
You can use proprietary special software to achieve the same aim, but it
will never be as clear and straightforward as the simple solution. In
general you can always achieve more, if you understand what you are