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Windows 7: Wrong time showing on system images

17 Aug 2010   #11

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by richc46 View Post

You cannot go back into the past, but if you are happy with the way your system is now, you may want to make an image and forget about it.
I used to feel that way until Acronis messed up, so now I don't think of my system images as a safety blanket any more, I think of them as part of an arsenal of things that can still go wrong. I backed up everything on weekly images last time yet still I lost it all. I have some stuff on my PC that I have to make an appointment with a doctor to install, cos it only works if you have, at least once, plugged it into some medical equipment. Installing again is the pits.

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