I have a Windows 7 machine with a SSD boot drive (120GB) and a 300GB storage drive. I also have an external USB 500GB drive that I keep in a waterproof/fireproof safe that I use to drag and drop important stuff to once a month or so.
I don't understand the best way to backup my drives. Backing up the storage drive is easy enough with just drag and drop........or is there a better way? But I'm more concerned about the SSD that has my OS and some other important stuff on it.
What I want to be able to do is make a mirror image of my SSD on my external drive, then make it so that if my SSD crashes someday, I could simply take the image stored on my external drive, copy it directly onto a new SSD, and just throw the new SSD in the computer and have everything work like it was before the crash.