Question about Computers & Internet
I had purchased a new internal drive for my laptop and was wanting to do a system backup onto my SeaGate drive. I believe I had a CD (maybe I'm just dreaming...) which contained th software that would allow me to do this. As it turned out, I just backed up all of my files and re-installed all of my programs and system software from scratch. Took hours because I had to download and install about 4 years worth of updates... : (
Anyway, the deed is done and I appreciate all who read and tried to help me out. Thank you.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
not sure what your refering to ( bounce-back )
the only software you need to setup a hard-drive is to connect it properly to your computer, detect it in the bios. and install your operating system.
the only software you,ll get from seagate is an application called seatools. which is a set of diagnostic disks to check the hard-drives surface for errors et,c.
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