Smart backup strategies

Heid, Jim
April 1994
Macworld;Apr94, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p141
Discusses the strategies in making backup files in a Macintosh computer. Ways to do a documents-only backup; Reformatting of disk drive with partitions of the same capacity as a cartridge; Reinstallation of the basic System Folder from original disks. INSET: Understanding backup programs..


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