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How To Use Windows 2000 Backup Tool?


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#1 56856

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Posted 03 August 2008 - 02:18 AM

I have a computer install windows 2000. With two hard disks, two Partition.

Backup
Backup D: drive folder
Restore files in this folder when modify in error (when I found error modify, I can restore immediately, or restore version in 20 minutes before), file error deleted (press delete key in error).

Backup can keep the backup data is the newest, so when suddenly computers attacked and down, I can recover immediately.

Backup D: drive folder, D: drive is a hard disk, capacity 6 GB, NTFs, previous installed an operating system, when I delete any file in this Partition, I can not find the files in rubbish bin.

I want to backup this folder in C: Partition, C: Partition is a hard disk, capacity 20 GB, NTF, only one partition .

Backup type Copy, Everyday, Difference, Increase.

With log.

Verify data backup correctness.

etc.

Is that right?

How can I do that step by step?

How can I restore a file, and this file's 20 minutes before version?

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Posted 07 August 2008 - 08:04 PM

There is a pretty good tutorial here with images.

http://uis.georgetown.edu/software/documen...ackup.open.html
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