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system file backup

Posted on 1998-11-17
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please identify the Win 98 system files I should backup (regularly?)
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I would recommend backing up at least the following.

system.dat  --Registry --- Hidden In windows directory
user.dat  ----Registry      "             "
system.ini
win.ini
autoexec.bat
config.sys
Any PST files (Mail files)

These are about the most important that you will have on your machine.

Craig

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please delete
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Thanks for the info.
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tHANKS YOU TOLD ME EVERYTHING i NEEDED TO KNOW. YOU CAN DELETE THE QUESTION.
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