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Old 07-21-2006, 06:06 PM
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Question Newbie question/confusion

I apologize in advance for my confusion. When I perform a back up, I would like to save everything on my hard drive at the time without deleting any files backed up previously. I guess I'm wanting to use my external drive to archive in addition to backing up current files so I can remove items, i.e. digital photos from my Powerbook without losing them.

I have made back ups of many items via CD/DVD, but would like for them to remain on the external drive as well if that's possible.

I have held off on any backups, Smart Update or otherwise until I know I'm not going to lose items from previous backups that have been removed from my Powerbook.

Hope this makes sense. Thank you for your help.

Mustangpcc
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