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Windows XP Home Edition: Add the Backup utility
If you're using Windows XP Home Edition and you want to install the Backup utility, first locate your original Windows XP CD.
Add the Backup utility manually to your computer from the CD by following these steps:
--> Making backup copies manually Regardless of what version of Windows you use, you can manually make a backup copy of any file or folder by following these steps:
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
I figure that you are trying to move your settings to a new PC or just formatting your harddrive for re-installation.
Follow these steps to perform a full system back-up:
Note If the Backup and Restore Wizard starts, the utility is running in Wizard mode. You can click to clear the Always start in wizard mode check box, and then restart the Backup utility. If you continue to use the Backup and Restore Wizard, your steps will vary slightly from what is listed in this procedure.
If you are migrating to a new system like Vista then you cannot use backup from XP as such. Please reply back for further instructions before rating this solution.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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