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Old 19th September 2003, 22:24   #1
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Ik ben net terug van een vriend wiens hd gecrasht was en waarop belangrijke gegevens stonden (een zelfstandige> fakturatie, bestekken etc...) Ik heb alles terug kunnen halen met easy recovery, dus da's ok maar... Om dit te vermijden heb ik nu een netwerkje gemaakt tss z'n oude en nieuwe pc zodat ie z'n gegevens kan copy-pasten en een reserve heeft. Hij moet dat nu dus manueel doen en zal dat waarschijnlijk regelmatig vergeten te doen. Is er een manier om alle nieuwe files die ie aanmaakt automatisch op de twee pc's op te slaan (en dan nog liefst elke file in de juiste folder) ?
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Old 19th September 2003, 22:32   #2
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soort van batch bestand maken, dat bepaalde dir naar andere schijf ( op netwerk) kopieerd....

en dan nog een mogelijk vinden om dat automatisch te laten doen.
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Old 19th September 2003, 22:46   #3
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er bestaat een bestandje dat autosave noemt die dat doet

anders alsje kunt programeren zelf een maken

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Old 20th September 2003, 07:35   #4
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en waar vind ik dat programmaatje?

zelf iets maken is geen optie > de ballen verstand van...

Ik kan nu toch moeilijk xp elke dag een backup laten maken
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batch file creaton lesson *1 coming your way
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Google is groot, Google is machtig...

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and it ain't free
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Old 21st September 2003, 14:36   #8
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W2K has a backup program (prolly xp also), you can shedule it, ...

It can do all the things you want (daily - incremental - ...)

I have 7 schedules, each for every day, scheduled two times a day (morning-evening). Each of the 7 backups overwrites the previous one.
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Originally posted by ChildeRoland
Google is groot, Google is machtig...

AutoSave:
http://www.v-com.com/product/as_ind.html
I know I look kinda stupid, but I ain't
searched before I made this post, google and some other channels but didn't find anything, for free

@ Bosw8er: "xp backup can do it but it will use nothing but the floppy to write backup information, can't use it to write files from pc n1 to pc n2" was my first impression...
but after adjusting some settings it will. Solution is so simple, but i needed guidance.

Conclusion: I not only look stupid, I am stupid

thx!
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ouch, you should start a club together with DJ-Evil
 
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