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Old 27th December 2004, 15:57   #1
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Letís make a new yearís resolution together, you and I. Letís promise to back up our computers. Itís important, I promise. Just yesterday the automatic backup feature in MS Word saved me about an hourís work when my computer froze up. Given that I havenít backed up my computer in almost a year, I canít even imagine how much data Iíd lose if I suffered a power surge or hard drive failure. It can happen to the best of us, and often does. Even high end hard drive manufacturers report an average failure rate of between five and eight per thousand every year.

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