Posted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 5:19 pm Post subject: External ways to backup files on PC?
So my PC decided to be a d*** and isnt booting propery (either it will boot to the "PC ran into a problem" message or "error 0xC0000225") anyone know how to backup files externally? Maybe with a second PC or some other way?
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Posted: Thu Jun 15, 2017 1:24 am Post subject:
If the drive is not damaged, you should be able to just plug it into another system and have it readable to transfer things off of it. Avoid any type of reformatting prompts if any happen and avoid any drive reconfigurations if prompted though as you do not want to alter the file system any.
You can also try booting in safe mode if it can get that far. _________________
Posted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 11:06 am Post subject: LINUX MINT LIVE CD....
1. POP IT IN THE DRIVE .
2. Mount your Drive.
3. Extract Files
4.(Optional)While its still loaded into RAM.. Check FB, Check your AC balance for your bank. It auto-configs for your comps setup, so you can start surfing the net as usual.
LINUX (MINT) DISCS are the ULTIMATE rescue solution in ALL CASES.
Even/Especially for Newbies...
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