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Old 07-26-09, 07:48 PM   #2
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Default Re: Crysis installation/backup

I'm going to do a "D-copy" now of Crysis, but this manual file size and content, copy, delete, new folders, ghost etc takes alot of time and its easy to miss some folders or just look at the filesize.

I have been looking for a backupprogram that smarter than just "incremental" backups as they just stck up alot of space. Are there better backup methods and programs?

In this case it looks like a "incremental" backup would suit this case but I don't know will maybe test the renamed folder again and see if Crysis alter the file content.
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