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Windows 7: Running two backup programs simultaneously

30 Oct 2011   #1
DianeCavaness

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit
 
 
Running two backup programs simultaneously

I want to use Carbonite to create an online backup and Windows 7 Backup to create a system image on an external hard drive. Can I do both without causing problems?


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30 Oct 2011   #2
Brink
Microsoft MVP

64-bit Windows 10 Pro
 
 

Hello Diane, and welcome to Seven Forums.

Yes, you should be able to.
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30 Oct 2011   #3
marsmimar

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DianeCavaness View Post
I want to use Carbonite to create an online backup and Windows 7 Backup to create a system image on an external hard drive. Can I do both without causing problems?
Hello Diane and welcome to Seven Forums.

I agree. You can certainly do both. However, if you're going to use the Windows 7 Task Scheduler (or some other third party scheduler) to have each task run automatically at a set time, I wouldn't schedule them to run at the same time.

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I think the more things a computer has to do at the same time the greater the possibility of a glitch, a slowdown, a freeze, or even a crash. Not to mention the possibility of permanently damaging or corrupting your files and data. But that's just me.
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