From: Wills, Mike N. (TC) <MNWills@taylorcorp.com>
> Just a word of warning...
> When backing up this way. Don't back up the system or program files, just
> the data. To the best of my knowledge (which tends to be quite good) you
> can't just restore files to a system and expect it to work. Some files have
> to be in certain places on the disk drive to work properly.

just asking out of ignorance,  but apart from the boot record (which is
not visible anyway) what files might that be?

Otherwise, I do agree that saving the data is what counts. On the
other hand restoring the program files might be a pain if they are
not saved. This whole issue is a can of worms anyway.




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