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Confirmation: that is NOT backup software. See post #14.
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Does anyone have any experience with Windows NT Backup?
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look seafood06, as lindagail said, and i can prove, that application you mentioned is to create a CD to reinstall the OS, causing all file loss. If you wish to create backups for your files then you can either copy paste them onto a media storage device or you can get software that will do it for you, example: Nero burning ROM (costs money). If your data doesn't fit onto a CD-DVD you need to brake it up into different chunks or get a big external drive.


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