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Is it possible to backup Data to a standard CD/DVD not Re-Writable using vba. I am using Access 2013.
or is it recommended to use a third party backup utility.

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You can use command line and some third party burning software.
CommandBurner, for example:
commandburner
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als315

Thank you for that info. I am looking at Genie Backup Manager

Alan
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Command line software could be executed with VBA
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als315

How reliable are Re-Writable I have code to backup to theses disks

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I don't like RW disks. After 2-3 rewrites you can't be sure in it.
I prefer to use (in decreasing order) network storage, other computer, addiitional hdd in same computer.  
It depends on your data. Do you need history?  How long should take restore?
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als315

I don't like either. I do the same as your last response. I have This person with one PC and no additional
HDD, currently using USB stick. Worried of HDD failure and Sticks have been known to fail. This guy works from home so trying to protect his data the best I can.
Thank you for your help Appreciated

Alan
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als315

I closed the question but there was no indication can you confirm you got points

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Thanks. I've got points
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Great
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