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Configure Backup and Restore in Windows 7

Your last order of business is to create a System repair disk for the restoration of your system if your operating system becomes inoperable.

Stay tuned for the “Restoring a Windows 7 Backup” article.

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3 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing, if you want to save your time you can use backup software like Handy Backup, it’s easy to use and reliable backup software for Windows 7. It allows backup files, databases, Exchange, Windows Server and others.

    • I personally prefer Acronis, but with the built in backup features in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 at least those that do not know can now get something in the works to protect themselves. I constantly ask people the magic question when their OS craps out…. "Do you have a backup?", the answer is almost ALWAYS a "No…"

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