What is a system state backup?

Answer A system state backup usually refers to a back-up of a Microsoft operating system's files and settings to allow for a smooth recovery of the system.Backup ComponentsThe system state backup saves th... Read More »

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How to Restore System State Backup Exec?

Restoring the computer's system state from a backup file can be a desired course of action when recent changes to the operating system have resulted in undesirable effects such as random restarts a... Read More »

How do i backup my windows xp system?

Install the Backup UtilityInsert your Windows XP CD into the CD drive. Click "Perform additional tasks." Under "What do you want to do?" click "Browse this CD." Open the "ValueAdd," "Msft" and "Ntb... Read More »

How do I restore a system from backup?

StartGo to the start button, and click all programs, accessories, system tools and System Restore.RestoreClick "Restore my computer to an earlier time" on the menu, then click "Next" to locate a re... Read More »

How to Backup a System in Linux?

The Linux operating system stores all of its files in the "/" folder, called the root folder, on the computer's main hard drive. By creating a copy of this file, you can back up the entire file sys... Read More »