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I have used Roxio's Back on Track for NXT Pro 6. I would like to find out " how does Back on Track work for each additional scheduled scan "

Does it re scan everything that was chosen for the first scan setup or does it  just add new info to the original scan.

 

Thanks in Advance

Grampadave

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Thanks for the reply. I am backing up to an external HD 2 T in size. Will check out the link that you gave. 

I was my thought that if the made this software they would have set it up so that it update existing files and folders while adding anything new.

Thanks again

Grampadave

 

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17 hours ago, Grampa Dave said:

Thanks for the reply. I am backing up to an external HD 2 T in size. Will check out the link that you gave. 

I was my thought that if the made this software they would have set it up so that it update existing files and folders while adding anything new.

Thanks again

Grampadave

 

I don't know, there maybe someone else who does know.  Since it is fast in doing the back up, I would imagine that it would back up whatever is on the computer at the time of the backup.

Oh, also I forgot to mention the videos on YouTube that may also help.

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Grampadave,

The BackOnTrack 19.0.55 in Creator NXT 6 is NOT the "BackOnTrack Online" that is referenced in Corel's Knowledgebase, so don't waste your time in the Corel KB.     Go to the program's own 'Help Center" which is embedded in the software and reached by the Help button.

Generally, a One-Click Backup is a one-shot task.    In the Advanced Backup section, the program says you can do a Full backup or an Incremental one (See the Help). 

Please note that even though the Advanced Backup says it allows you to backup hard disks or partitions, it will not let you restore them.  You can only pick files or folders to restore from them.

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Hope this helps,

Brendon

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Sorry for taking so long to get back. Thanks very much for your help. your answer was spot on Brendon. 

Thanks Very Much

Dave

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