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Old April 9th 10, 09:00 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Olórin[_2_]
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Default XP Backup Utility Fails

What occurred to me and what may have occurred to the OP probably differ
greatly. I refer you to my comment about a slightly more comprehensive
inital response.

And who's talking about editing videos, handling compressed files and
searching anyway?

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Did it really not occur to you that the software and hardware available
for backing up...or burning DVDs or editing video or handling compressed
files or searching...might have advanced over the last 8 years?
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
Which would have been a slightly more comprehensive answer to have given
in the first place.

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
The "nature of taking back-ups" has not changed...the software and
hardware available to do so has changed dramatically, and for the
better.
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Why are you using a backup program from 2002?
Has the nature of taking back-ups of files changed so substantially
since then? Why change a tool *just* because it's old? This newsgroup's
all about an operating system that's older than that.



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  #17  
Old April 9th 10, 09:00 AM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Olorin
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Default XP Backup Utility Fails

What occurred to me and what may have occurred to the OP probably differ
greatly. I refer you to my comment about a slightly more comprehensive
inital response.

And who's talking about editing videos, handling compressed files and
searching anyway?

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Did it really not occur to you that the software and hardware available
for backing up...or burning DVDs or editing video or handling compressed
files or searching...might have advanced over the last 8 years?
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
Which would have been a slightly more comprehensive answer to have given
in the first place.

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
The "nature of taking back-ups" has not changed...the software and
hardware available to do so has changed dramatically, and for the
better.
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Why are you using a backup program from 2002?
Has the nature of taking back-ups of files changed so substantially
since then? Why change a tool *just* because it's old? This newsgroup's
all about an operating system that's older than that.



  #18  
Old April 9th 10, 01:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Leonard Grey[_3_]
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Default XP Backup Utility Fails

"And who's talking about editing videos, handling compressed files and
searching anyway?"

Windows XP has utilities for those functions, just as it has a backup
utility.
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
What occurred to me and what may have occurred to the OP probably differ
greatly. I refer you to my comment about a slightly more comprehensive
inital response.

And who's talking about editing videos, handling compressed files and
searching anyway?

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Did it really not occur to you that the software and hardware available
for backing up...or burning DVDs or editing video or handling compressed
files or searching...might have advanced over the last 8 years?
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
Which would have been a slightly more comprehensive answer to have given
in the first place.

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
The "nature of taking back-ups" has not changed...the software and
hardware available to do so has changed dramatically, and for the
better.
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Why are you using a backup program from 2002?
Has the nature of taking back-ups of files changed so substantially
since then? Why change a tool *just* because it's old? This newsgroup's
all about an operating system that's older than that.


  #19  
Old April 9th 10, 01:57 PM posted to microsoft.public.windowsxp.perform_maintain
Leonard Grey[_3_]
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Posts: 3,048
Default XP Backup Utility Fails

"And who's talking about editing videos, handling compressed files and
searching anyway?"

Windows XP has utilities for those functions, just as it has a backup
utility.
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
What occurred to me and what may have occurred to the OP probably differ
greatly. I refer you to my comment about a slightly more comprehensive
inital response.

And who's talking about editing videos, handling compressed files and
searching anyway?

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Did it really not occur to you that the software and hardware available
for backing up...or burning DVDs or editing video or handling compressed
files or searching...might have advanced over the last 8 years?
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
Which would have been a slightly more comprehensive answer to have given
in the first place.

"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
The "nature of taking back-ups" has not changed...the software and
hardware available to do so has changed dramatically, and for the
better.
---
Leonard Grey
Errare humanum est

Olórin wrote:
"Leonard Grey" wrote in message
...
Why are you using a backup program from 2002?
Has the nature of taking back-ups of files changed so substantially
since then? Why change a tool *just* because it's old? This newsgroup's
all about an operating system that's older than that.


 




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