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Sidekick 98 Backup & Restore

Sidekick 98 Backup & Restore

Sidekick 98 Backup & Restore

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How do I overcome Error message, "Insuffient Disc Space".
 

RE: Sidekick 98 Backup & Restore

Dear Williamtheconc,

The best answer to that one is to use a program like secondcopy

http://www.secondcopy.com/index.html?ref=adwords&campaign=Search&adgroup=ranking&ad=003&gclid=CM7X_cvA1JgCFQFhQgoddQ6N1A

The Sidkick backup and restore system was grand when there was no other option but once you have identified ALL the files needed and for that check out the FAQ pages at:
http://siderealb0x.250free.com
The only answer is SecondCopy which I have used for 10 years and if set up correctly will date and time each backup so that you can go back to any time/Day
 

Regards Jim
Check the FAQ area of this Forum for answers (If there are any FAQs!) , it could save you a lot of time and effort! Good Luck!

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