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Backup Part 5: Using Acronis True Image Home To Do Image Backup

4. January 2012

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Backup Part 5: Using Acronis True Image Home To Do Image Backup Using Acronis True Image Home Software to backup our internal desktop hard drive to an external docking station.

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Backups Part 4: Where To Buy Hard Drive for Backups

4. January 2012

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Backups Part 4: Where To Buy Hard Drive for Backups This video shows you where to buy “internal type” hard drives which can be used in an external docking station (and of course can be used inside your desktop computer).

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Backups Part 3: Where To Find Thermaltake Docking Station

4. January 2012

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Backups Part 3: Where To Find Thermaltake Docking Station In this video, we show where to get the ThermalTake Docking Station. This device allows you to use multiple hard drives for external storage and offers a lot of flexibility. Also, please see my previous article about the Docking Station. http://cyberbasic.com/docking-station/

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Backups Part 2: Where To Get Acronis True Image Home Backup Software

4. January 2012

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Backups Part 2: Where To Get Acronis True Image Home Backup Software This video shows where to purchase Acronis True Image Home software. This software is what I use to do my computer backups. It allows you to do “image” backups.

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How To Backup Your Computer – Part 1

3. January 2012

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How To Backup Your Computer – Part 1 This introduction video is part 1 in a series of videos on backing up your desktop or laptop computer. In this video we cover “why” you want to backup. In addition, we discuss “image backups” and tell you why it is the best and most complete way […]

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Docking Station

1. January 2011

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Docking Station For years I’ve used external USB hard drives to store photos or computer backups of my desktop computers.  External drives allow you to take your data with you or move your data easily to other computers.  However, I’ve found something even better than my old USB type external hard drive.  A company called ThermalTake […]

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