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Question Title What are the odds I'll really ever need to restore my data?
The odds are greater than you might think. Many people lose data as a result of computer viruses, hard drive crashes, natural disasters, and even plain old "human error" -- such as accidental file deletions. Think about what would happen if you lost everything on your computer today!
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Created: 2008-12-17 7:12 PM
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