How to Make a Backup Copy of a CD?

Answer A CD, like any optical disc, can be broken or scratched. You can make a copy of your legally owned CD to protect the original from harm by using a disc cloning program. There are a number of disc c... Read More »

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Can you make a backup copy of a virtual pc?

You can back up a virtual PC by saving the files having vhd, vmc and vsv extensions, which are associated with the virtual PC. If you just want to backup data, you can simply use standard backup so... Read More »

Can I make a personal backup copy of my Wii game?

Under U.S. copyright law, it is legal to make a backup copy of a copyrighted work, such as a video game, with some restrictions. However, Wii games are protected by a copy-protection mechanism, and... Read More »

Can I legally make a backup copy of my VHS tapes?

According to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), "Fair use allows consumers to make a copy of part or all of a copyrighted work, even where the copyright holder has not given permission or ob... Read More »

How often does Windows 95 make a backup copy of the registry?

Windows 95 makes a backup copy of the registry every time a user successfully logs into Windows. The two registry files, system.dat and user.dat, are copied to their respective backup files, system... Read More »