Defraggler says warning
Posted 05 September 2012 - 07:45 PM
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If you don't, and you have the space available on a separate partition or hard drive, I'd suggest making a back up "Image" of that drive with something like "Macrium Reflect" just in case . There are other freeware "Imaging" programs, and your Operating System may have one built in. You don't say which OS you're running.
Macrium Reflect: (Free Home Edition)
A back up Image can be restored to a drive which becomes corrupted (OS completely screwed), or it can be restored to a new hard drive if the current one fails, enabling you to start with the new drive exactly where you left off with the old one. Which is usually heaps better than having to start again with a new install of Windows.
Just a thought.
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