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Back up problem

Hi Teflon2 here I have a packard bell and am trying to back a Sage Line 50 to a memory stick

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  • teflon2 Oct 20, 2008

    have tried 2 memory sticks one of which was empty and logged the file but there was nothing in it

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Ok..got it...well...we can certainly make that happen

how much is the memory stick

and how big is the file you are backing up?

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