Maxtor 750GB OneTouch IIIrobgs - July 9, 2007
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The first window that opens after the installation is the Retrospect Express HD setup window. Here you can select automatic or manual backup.
Pressing the “Setup” button will bring you to a window to select the type of backup that you wish the OneTouch III to perform. You can select a “Comprehensive” backup or a “Duplicate” type backup. As the name implies, the comprehensive backup will save a complete copy of your computer or specific files that you choose and it creates restore points for each backup. “Duplicate” will only save the latest versions of the files that you choose to backup, losing any old versions.
Selecting “Comprehensive Backup” brings you to a selection window where you can choose what to backup. The choices are; the entire hard drive, specific files and folders, or certain file types. Then choose where to store the backup information and finally you can set a schedule to do automatic backup or deselect all of the days and press finish.
If you choose “Duplicate” you are asked to select the files and folders or file types to backup. Next, select the actual files to backup, and finally choose the destination of your backup data.
Now that the Maxtor OneTouch III is installed and configured, we’ll look at the data throughput performance..