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Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2012 6:14 PM
Subject: Re: [dxlab] DXKeeper 10.3.7 won't launch
OK, the free space check found no issues. It is likely a good idea to
replace the hard drive. I have seen some RAM disks available - is anyone
I use a 160 GB Intel SSD as the C: drive on my laptop; it screams.
The process below got DXKeeper running as 10.3.7, just as it should.
I have the Windows disk for WXP Pro, SP3 - my PC is a reconditioned Tiger
Direct IBM ThinkCentre, so there is a certificate of authenticity to match
the PC. Re-installing on a new HD should be doable.
What is the best way to make a full backup? Does the WXP backup utility
handle this or do I need something like Ghost? It's been years since I've
had to do this.
but found it full of defects and user hostile; it may have improved sinceI have never relied on Windows backup. I used Ghost for several years,
then. I now use StorageCraft's ShadowProtect to backup all PCs to an
on-premises server (daily incrementals with one full backup each week); it's
easy to use and reliable. I use Mozy for continuous daily online backup.