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How to back up HP quality Center

Back up important files and programs a valuable need, even for novice users. Use the Backup utility and Restore Center in Windows to support it in the backup software programs, such as HP Quality Center. HP Quality Center is software for use by quality professionals. Microsoft recommends that you use an external hard drive to use the backup program to save, but you can also backup to DVD, CD or USB stick.


1. Connect the external hard drive on your computer.


2. Click "Start" and "Backup and Restore" in the search box. Click "Save and Restore" result.


3. Click the "Create Backup". Select the external hard drive in the selection and click Next. Click the "Let me choose" option to a file select window.


4. Select the "HP Quality Center" on the list, and then click Next. Click "Save Settings and Run Backup" to start backing up files from the software.

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Did you set a restore point lately. You do need to do that occasionally

(for example after removing a virus)

Maybe your restore point is not valid anymore

you can do Your first port of call for System Restore problems should be the System

Restore Troubleshooter, which you'll find here. However, it's also possible

that one of your Restore points has become corrupt, in which case you'll
need to disable System Restore. This will delete all existing Restore points

and then re-enable it. To do so, right-click My Computer on the Start menu

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