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Can Disaster Recovery Support New Hardware?

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by adf, Apr 15, 2004.

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  1. adf

    adf Thread Starter

    Apr 9, 2004

    I'm using STOMP Backup MyPc 4.85 as my backup software, with Windows XP OEM, Svc Pk 1 (all critical updates included).

    I also have (AMD) Athlon 2100+ processor (1.73 MGHz) and an NForce Motherboard.

    Question 1: If I experience a system crash involving the motherboard, CD-ROM, DVD, or processor, do I have to replace all the damaged hardware with the same hardware in order to recover all of my files and settings?

    Question 2: Can I upgrade the damaged hardware and still recover my system with the recovery backup?

    Question 3: If I change (different brand) or upgrade the damaged hardware, is my disaster recovery toast?!!

    I appreciate any advice you can offer. Thanx

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