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Sunday, December 13 2009 @ 10:20 AM EST
Contributed by: sde

Even if you build your own PC and carefully select hardware components of the highest quality, it is likely that at some point in time you will experience a hardware failure. It needn't be a hard disk failure that will cause data loss.

If you don't value your information, data loss may only be a minor inconvenience. However, for the vast majority of users, permanent data loss may result in financial loss, emotional distress (such as the loss of photographs with sentimental value), bidding farewell to irreplaceable documents, and the demise of your video and audio collection.

There are many different ways to make back ups. To a large extent the backup solution used depends on what you are backing up. In this article we explore the key methods which are ideally suited for the home user.

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