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How do I backup my paradox tables A drive?

Posted on 1998-09-28
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I need to backup my tables to A drive. I have try using the
TBackup component which can be downloaded from the Easycash
website but it does not restore properly.
Anybody can recommend me a good backup component which can compress and span multiple disk.

Thank you in advance.
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I used exceedzip for this process as it was the most reliable and can span multi disks create self extracting exe files etc...

www.xceedsoft.com

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