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Seamey. T

Seamey. T


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Hi Guys,

This really is not a problem but looking for advice on this file.

The file was created the day after i bought this system and what i want to know is,can i copy it to disc or discs for safe keeping and use it if my system should ever crash as a backup.

I don't know how much disc space it takes up but looking at the file it seems rather big, so if deleting it, would it give me more space on my drive.

I am in the process of buying an new external drive for use of backing up so can anyone advise on the above subject.

I will try to attach the said mentioned file for someone's expert eyes,

Thank you.

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    motto - Just get-er-done

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So far these are the only things i can find on .tib files.




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