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From: Kay & Bill Sturgeon <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] TMG data on second partition
Date: Mon, 25 Jan 2010 15:44:28 +1100
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I can't help myself I had to respond as this thread put a smile on my
face, I agree when the harddrive is catus, that is it.
BUT, I always partition my hard drives, the reason being the ease of
formatting the C Drive while my D drive with my data on it (even though
I have it backed up to external drive) remains in tact. It is always
worked for me especially updating from Vista to WIN7 over Xmas - it made
life easy, but I did have everything backed up twice - hard drive and
DVD's as I am paranoid.
The thumb drive, who will admit to not caring for them as much as we
should. Mine (3 of them) has soaked up dust in the outback; one in a
nice plastic case survived the washing machine, stuck it in the sun and
left it alone for a few weeks and hubby is very happy with more gig,
grin, but I felt I could rely on it any more.
All my thumbs have the latest .sqz file put on them at the end of the
big data entry time, but the end of each session backed up to D Drive
and External. YEP I am paranoid