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Post by AriS »

As one of my hard disks failed a month ago, I want to make better backup of my files this time and FBackup seems like a perfect option. It has all the needed features and is very easy to use.
I've got a SSD for windows, drive C:. Then I have a internal 1TB HDD for pictures and everything (which failed last time) as a drive D:, and then I have a 1TB External Sata drive mostly for backup usage, which is labeled H:.
Now after the drive crash, I now have all my files on the new internal D: drive and on the external H: drive. The files are exactly the same at the moment.
And here's my question: I want to make a mirror backup of my files from D: to the external H:, but if I know make a backup of the files (which are already exactly the same) does FBackup overwrite every file? Or does it recognize that the files are aldready there?

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Post by Adrian (Softland) »

FBackup does not recognize the files you manually put in destination. It uses a backup catalog to keep track of the backed up files.

Running a backup with FBackup will copy all files to destination.

Do you know you can monitor your backups remotely with Backup4all Monitor? You can read more here:

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