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Old 06-08-2011
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Hi please tell me this. You know if you backup? Well does it reinstall windows and then you can plug your memory stick back in again and get your files back?Or once I backup can i reinstall windows and get my files back!

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Re: I need help with backup in Windows

First of all it is hard to understand what you are saying. As per my assumption you want an procedure for your data backup. For this it first recommended to take backup and then go for any kind for formatting or re-installation. You cannot recover your data once you formatted your system. Second thing try more alternatives for backup, like memory card, disc, etc and keep them in different place. So that you can easily recover files. Explain in more details to get more solution on the same.
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