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Best way to save backups?
I have read quite a few threads about backup disks degrading and being unplayable. Would I be better storing my images to hard disk and then burning them to disk if I want to use them on my standalone - or does it not make a difference?
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Re: Best way to save backups?
Depending on your movie collection, you'd need one might large hard-drive to keep that up. The degrading issue is inconvenient but the disc is a backup, so if and when the backup fails, you can re-copy the original.
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