How to Prevent a computer disaster by backing up your Windows XP system
What if your PC crashed? What would you do? Everything would be gone, erased forever, and you'd be in a horrible and stressful situation, especially if all of you homework or work files were stored on your Windows PC. But why even enable yourself to be in that situation? In Windows XP, it's not uncommon to have experienced a corrupt registry or a missing DLL file, or having a blue screen of death.
This video tutorial will show you how to prevent a major disaster, because you don't want to have to restore the system back to factory defaults. The answer is as simple to backing up your files, so you can restore them later if need be. This video covers the process on Windows XP.