|By Sunflower on Friday, November 10, 2000 - 09:17 am:|
Is it possible to back up the bookmark/favorite list to a floppy? If so, how can I accomplish this?
|By Jamie McArdle on Friday, November 10, 2000 - 12:48 pm:|
Use Start/Accessories/System Tools/Backup and follow the instructions. Make sure you have enough empty, formatted disks to hand.
|By Anonymous on Tuesday, November 14, 2000 - 07:45 pm:|
2 More way to backup your "Favorites" folder
First, click the "File" menu and select
"Import And Export." That will start up the
Import/Export Wizard. Then, just follow
the quick and easy instructions it gives
you to copy the file that holds all of your
bookmarks to a floppy or some other
Almost as quick and easy is the manual
method. Find the "Windows" folder on
your hard drive (it's usually on the top
level of your "C:" drive) and locate the
"Favorites" folder inside it. Now, hold
down the Ctrl key, then click on the
"Favorites" folder, and drag it to a floppy,
or some other backup media. This will
create a backup copy wherever you
decide you need it.
|By susie on Thursday, July 12, 2001 - 10:04 pm:|
can someone please tell me if I can backup files and program. like icq, family tree maker to a floppy disc? then use restore to factory settings cd? then how do I get files and folders back after I restore?
|By Josh Lowe on Friday, July 13, 2001 - 02:33 pm:|
Susie: You cannot back up the programs to floppy disk. You can save the actual installation files, but not the program itself. It wouldn't run if you tried that.
Secondly, can't be done using floppies. You would need another medium such as tape or cd.
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