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Whenever you find Windows performing strangely, particularly if you ve recently installed new hardware or software, you can turn back the clock to one of your restore points. Open the System Restore utility, and on the Welcome screen click the Restore My Computer To An Earlier Time option. Clicking Next takes you to the Select a Restore Point screen, as shown in Figure 6-2. By default, System Restore highlights the most recent restore point you ve set on the current day, and you can click any date and read the description to see which point you want to use. In fact, Figure 6-2 shows two possible points, the most recent taking place before the installation of the audio software and the other an automatically set restore point (roughly three hours before) that Windows calls a System Checkpoint.
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This advice may sound contrary to common sense; after all, the more dependent a customer is on your service, the more he ll use you, and the more money you ll make, right But if you deliberately attempt to make a customer dependent on you, limit his growth, and avoid teaching him to do for himself, he ll resent it. He ll see that you are trying to maximize your profit and take as much money out of his pocket as you can. And this will cause unhappiness, dissatisfaction, and distrust of you. Doing the opposite helping customers become less dependent on your services, not more makes good sense. If you can show the customer how to do more for himself, you save him money, and that s one of the primary benefits a customer looks for from any vendor. The less he has to spend on outside services, the more he saves; the more he saves, the more he ll be grateful to you. And that gratitude translates to loyalty. What s more, reducing customer dependence on your services can actually increase use of services rather than decrease them, and raise revenues instead of lower them. How When you teach the customer to do more on his own, he saves money by handling routine and less critical tasks in-house. With the savings, he will have extra money to spend on more important projects and goals and is likely to think of hiring you to handle those assignments in return for your good service and honesty.
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The methods outlined here answer these questions in various ways. No matter which method you use, the principle of data backups never changes. Having only the original copy of a file is the same as having only the original copy of your most important legal documents or photograph collection. To prevent the disaster or disappointment of losing this copy, you make a copy of the item and store it in a location where (a) you ll be able to find it, and (b) it will be safe from problems affecting the original. The answer to point (b) matters a great deal. If you store your backup files on the same hard drive partition as the original, you lose both if, for any reason, you reformat or otherwise lose access to the partition. You re quite a bit better off storing them on separate partitions of the same hard drive because most actions affecting one partition have no effect on the other, but you still lose them both if the hard drive fails. To gain any sense of real security, you should save your backups to a separate storage device, such as a tape drive, a CD-RW drive, or a DVD burner, or a separate hard drive. You can even store backup files on floppy disks, amazingly still the default for Microsoft s own Backup Utility (covered later in this chapter), but unless you have only really small files to back up, floppies work only as an emergency backup device.
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