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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 232073 28-Mar-2018 03:39
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Hello community,

 

I heard a few minutes ago about the 31th of March being the "world backup day". I browsed with this search word and found offers up to 45% off for mass storage disks  (already at the lower price edge. I don't know if it is available in NZ too, but getting a WD40EFRX for 105€/ea. incl. VAT (~179 NZD/ea. incl. tax) isn't that bad.

 

Maybe you can find something similar in NZ. The mottoe of the day is: 'Any data backup is better than none at all.' Do you agree? wink





Nope, English isn't my mother tongue. But that's why I'm here. smile


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 1986196 30-Mar-2018 21:29
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Catched 4 of them - backup before RAID6 in progress ... wink





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  Reply # 1986261 31-Mar-2018 09:21
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Taking into consideration your signature, "catched" should be "caught". 

 

But your English is excellent. 

 

Regards.


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