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Lets see what he gets back to us with because doing it his way he will have NO back up at all.


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I guess my thought process was that my internal was so full already, though im fine with saving internally. I prefer the trinity rule myself. internal external and cloud. what's your advice as to the internal memory issue, out side of buy more memory? my internal hd has 300g and have used 250g with only 50g to spare for a 50g back up? 


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My recommendation is that as long as you have your data backed up to more than 1 spot you should be good.

 

FYI: you use the word "memory" and you are actually referring to hard disk space. They are 2 different items, but as you can see we knew what you meant.


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thanks for tips


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