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Pluto56

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Hi guys.

I'm looking for a free download of a backup program so that I can backup my files to CD-R or CD-RW. The burner program on my puter won't do a backup unless I want to pay for an upgrade (Sonic Record Now). Of course I can do one manually, but time consuming and always feel like I'm forgetting something.

Just want a neat little package, that I can preselect what is to be backed up, and just insert my cd, double click, and backup anytime I want.

Thanks in advance! :whistling:
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See how you get on with WinBackUp from my signature
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Try AllenPort.com ... new product pretty stable .. online and offline back up tool ..

Get away from stocking CD's in your closet and labelling them and then keeping them where you will
find it easily ..

AllenPort creates a virtual drive and everything you drop in that drive is backed up remotely .
You can access these files from anywhere by simply installing AllenPort and then uninstalling .

The tool is very simple to use , infact that is all there is to it . Install it , it creates a drive and now you use the drive like any other drive you have .
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See how you get on with WinBackUp from my signature


Thanks Keith,
Still working with it, seem to be having a problem with it saving to CD, but I'll get it sorted out.
Thanks again!
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