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Solved: Backup or syncing software??

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by gramirez1988, Apr 30, 2010.

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  1. gramirez1988

    gramirez1988 Thread Starter

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    First of all, I am running Windows 7 with two internal drives (500GB Windows installed on it and a 750GB drive for backup/syncing purposes). I also have two external 1TB USB/eSata Drives.

    I want to be able to backup or sync my folders that I have chosen from my windows drive to the other internal drive either at shutdown or when I asked it to. Also I want the same to be done immediately when I connect the two external drives (1 will be kept offsite - weekly).

    I know this might be asking too much, but FREE would be good if possible. Two pieces of software is OK if that's what I need to use.

    Thanks
     
  2. gramirez1988

    gramirez1988 Thread Starter

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    Can Anyone provide me some software please!
     
  3. stantley

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    Get SyncBack, a freeware backup and syncing program.
     
  4. Stoner

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    I second SyncBack (y)
     
  5. DaveBurnett

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    I was reading that the new Acronis True Image now does an incremental backup every five minutes or so if you want it to.
    However do check as I have also heard that TI has been having problems under Windows 7 (I've not checked the facts)
     
  6. gramirez1988

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    I'll check out SyncBack, THX
     
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