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External hard drive capacity

When backing up my HD to a seagate external HD, I received an error message that the drive had reached capacity and could not finish and set a recovery point. How do I delete old back ups to make more room

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Very simple.if you can make use of DOS-COMMAND then you can be able to finish the stuff.but i will advice you to send a message to my box so that i can giv you the steps:jaxdchamp@yahoo.com

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