I am using W2K pro and routinely backup my C drive and system state onto a second internal hard drive.
I have a "Backing up Windows XP/2000" article and several other W2k forums on the web.
Some people say that if you create a backup *.bkf file greater than 2MB it somehow gets corrupted and becomes useless on a restore. Some say use this http://www.e-tech.ca/012-BKFrecovery.asp
and others say use http://www.softnews.ro/public/cat/12/5/12-5-25.shtml
this free ERUNT program to backup the w2k registry.
Then I saw a tip "What is the System State in Backup?" Which I backup routinely so this will backup the registry. So now all this info condradicts itself. Why would you need to use this free ERUNT program?
I cannot find any info on the web that states a *.bkf file becomes corrupted when it becomes larger than 2MB's?
I also routinely backup "My documents" onto a CDR using NERO multisession backup with linked files.
Should I actually be backing up the ENTIRE administrator folder? Is there other items in there that are necessary? I know favorites are there but what else should I routinely burn to CD?
Is it better to use Norton Ghost 2003 for a backup instead?
Thanks in advance!