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29-Jul-2012, 12:34 PM #16
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Raybro: Just curious. Why do you have System Restore turned off?
Not that it ever actually works the one time you need it, of course.
That is exactly why I have it turned off. It simply takes up drive space and was pretty worthless for the few times I have tried to use it. In fact, one experience I had many years ago resulted in my having to run a clean install. Don't recall the particulars of the event, but that is when I started using Acronis True Image and I've never looked back.The event which prompted this thread was resolved with Acronis quite satisfactorily.

As a further backup measure, I use Syncback for files only (My Docs, RoboForm Data, email folders and such). Of course, one can also retrieve files only with Acronis, so I've got plenty of redundancy in this regard.
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