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A couple of questions about new PC, and monitor advise (Resolved)


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phillpower2

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Likewise pleased to hear that all is well  :)

 

Well done to yourself for persevering with it btw  :thumbsup:


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Ditto.

I don't know if you have decided to use a third party program to create your drive image, but here is a tutorial for using the built in tools.  This would be a vanilla image for restoring your OS if disaster strikes and your only option left is a clean install, just be aware, it will overwrite everything returning the system to the state it was in when you created the image.   Regulart backups of your Data is highly recommended

https://www.winhelp....indows-8-1.html


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