As the IT industry for several years, I have seen many people fear to save the data to your computer. People are so paranoid, but do not really know what to do if they want to spend some 'time to learn to box cup holder built into it (CD ROM tray) = 0).
Every time I build a computer or reinstall Windows on your computer from someone, I always partition the hard disk C: and D:. Partitioning is the process of installing a hard drive to cause your computer is considered to have two hard drives. The C drive is always going to be the primary partition and D and a drive letter will always be a logical partition. He or she may use the FDISK utility Windows 98 Boot floppy (XP already has the utility on the installation CD prompts you to create partitions) to create two partitions on a hard disk. This practice is good because when something goes wrong with Windows, all data is stored on the disk D is in contact, since Windows is installed on the C drive (remember, the team is thinking about having two hard drives instead of one .)

Another good practice is to buy an external hard drive, Zip drive or tape depending on the size of the data, have additional support in the case, which is rare but it happens, the partition is corrupted logical drive is no longer there . I always tell my clients to save critical data on an external drive and turn it off or at least the connection from the computer after each backup, so if there is a total system failure, or hacker in system, data are not there to be damaged.

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