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Old 12th April 2008, 12:51 AM
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backup restore and restore point.

is there a program that works the same way the windows backup and restore system does.

i have a 40 gig ntfs and i want to use it for backing up and restoring and having restore points at leased once a week. i was using kbackup but it did never finish the backup of my home folder.

if there is any programs like this i would like to know.

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