|30 May 2012||#1|
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Transferring files from WHS to NAS - do I have to copy it all?
I just had a complete crash on my Acer easyStore H340 but managed to copy the contents of the HDDs to internal drives on my PC. I've now purchased an NAS (Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 4) and I'm copying all files back onto this one. (Well, not all files really, but the (hidden) DE-folders containing folders named Folders and Shares incl. subfolders.) My question is this: Are there any files or folders that I can leave out? I believe there are folders containing logs, temporary files and so on that are taking up a lot of space and that I don't need in my new setup.
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