Best data back-up method? Tags: Hard Drives External Hard Drive Software Storage Last response: April 16, 2010 1:10 PM in Storage Share joshuatree April 15, 2010 9:43:34 PM What is your opinion about the differences and advantages of these automated backup systems? How much of a memory hog is each when running? 1) WD external hard drive "MyBook" with Smart software 2) Norton Ghost software to a 2nd internal drive 3) Acronis (sp?) software to a 2nd internal drive 4) RAID1 which I know synchronizes/mirrors (I would need the PC builder to set it up, but after that, will I ever need to adjust it again? Is it permanent?) Thanks More about : data back method gtvr a b G Storage April 16, 2010 1:10:21 PM #1 is best of these. It will probably let you schedule things, plus do incremental backups (not having to do the whole drive every time). #4 is just drive redundancy, but it doesn't get back deleted files, virus-trashed disks, etc. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedBest Data Backup Methods in 2014? Forum Best method for Backup on multiple computers/drives? Forum Best Method To BackUp My External Drive Forum Best method to backup and Recover Windows XP Pro and Windo.. Forum Fresh install - best backup method? Forum best backup method... Forum SolvedBest way to backup data files before new install Win 8 to Win 7 Forum Best method to put user data on hard drive instead of SSD Forum SolvedWhat's the best back-up methods? Forum Best Data Backup Solution Forum What is the best storage hardware to backup your data to? Forum Best data-backup for small business? Forum What is my best option for data backup Forum Best data backup - which to use Forum Need advice on best ways to backup data and keep computers.. Forum Data backup/security - best way? Forum What is the best way to backup essential datas before replacing motherboard? Forum SolvedBest Thermal Paste Method Forum SolvedBest Thermal Paste Method For 4690K Forum SolvedNvidia Driver Update Procedure - Best Method? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !