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What would be the best FREE back up porgram for windows 98 2nd edition. we have been having bad luck with 6 people on the comp and someone keeps gitting in the wrong stuff and our computer basically gets trashed. in the likely event of the computer totally dieing AGAIN what would be a good back up program?

P.S. if this is in the wrong forum feel free to move it im still figuring out where to put everything

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if this is in the wrong forum feel free to move it im still figuring out where to put everything

No problem. :)

Your question is a valid technical question concerning Windows software packages, so I've moved it to our Windows Software forum.

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Unfortunately, there are just too many possible topics/questions/problems or even categories of those to make a such a list.

In addition, many questions can (at least initially) appear to be suited to more than one of our forums. For example: a member posts that they're having problems with their Internet connection, but they can't give us much more to go on than the fact that they randomly lose the connection every once in a while. The problem is obviously of a technical nature, so it belongs somewhere in the Tech Talk section, but in which exact forum? The root of the problem could lie with network settings in software, an issue with their networking hardware, or it could be the result of a virus or spyware infection. However, until we get more specific information on the problem, even we won't know which forum the post really belongs in.

To give yourself a better general idea of which forums are best suited for a given topic/question/problem, click on the links to the pages of our top-level forum categories (Web Development, Coffee House, Tech Talk, etc.). On those pages, you'll see that the sub-categories listed in each have a short description of what general topics the sub-categories deal with (programming issues, technical problems, etc.). If you go to any of the sub-categories, each of their main pages will have a similar description for the individual, specific forums they contain.

Basically- if you familiarize yourself with the topics that each of our forum sections cover, you should be able to at least decide which one of our general categories best fits a given question. If it turns out that your post is better suited to another specific forum within that category, we'll move it. That's part of our job as moderators; don't sweat it. :)

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