Backing up all your data in the event of a hard drive crash

CDs and DVDs are the best way of backing up important information that may be wiped out or deleted if your hard disk crashes. The life span of a computer hard drive is about three to four years or even more in some cases. So a lot of information is collected in this time. But all that important information will be lost if your hard drive crashes and if you did not store it somewhere else.

The importance of having your data backed up on CDs or DVDs:

It is therefore necessary that you back up your information on CDs and DVDs. These discs last for a long time provided they are kept in proper conditions. And by proper conditions it means that they have to be kept in cases where the discs will not be scratched. Because if the DVD or the CD is scratched, it will be very hard for you to get the information that is stored within the disc.

So how do you copy your information onto these discs? This can be done by using CD duplication or CD replication. There are CD writers and DVD writers that do this for you.

How to copy the information from your computer onto the disc:

Once you have purchased a CD writer or a DVD writer, you can copy all your information from your computer onto the disc. You also have to purchase blank CD-R or DVD-R discs that you can copy the information onto. Thus, you can be sure that in the eventuality of your hard drive crashing or some virus attack, your information will be safely stored.

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