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Posted on Mar 2, 2015 in Backup, Backup Tutorials | 0 comments

Macrium Reflect Tutorial 2 – Taking a backup

In this video tutorial we will show you how easy it is to create a backup using Macrium Reflect. In the demonstration, we create a backup of our system drive (C: drive) and save it to a secondary hard drive. This is a bit like creating a snapshot of your computer and saving it in a time capsule.

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Additional notes

If you’re shopping for a backup drive to use with Macrium Reflect, remember it should be at least as big as the hard drive currently in your PC. You might get away with a slightly smaller drive if you haven’t used all the capacity on your computers hard drive. You can check the size of your computers C drive and the amount of space used by right clicking on the drive in Computer/This PC and choosing “Properties”.

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