From: John M Powell (jp_at_iwillbefree.com)
Date: Sat Jun 28 2003 - 07:06:33 PDT
> Ray Kloss wrote:
> >> Mobile Backup. Will optimize internal memory. BACKUP BEFORE USING.
> >> I've only had it lock up once, but it was a painful 'once'.
> > Mobile backup Optimizes by backing up, wiping, and restoring.
> > Therefore optimized.
> But as you can read in the previous post this is not without risk. I
> personally would always prefer to keep the two processes separated, in
> case something goes wrong I end up just loosing a backup, not
> all of my info.
> Robert Benschop
It does do backups only. I had a problem because I didn't have a backup.
I didn't do one first. The optimization feature is a separate function
of the program. Kinda like wise thinking (making a backup) is a separate
function of having a brain. I have one. I didn't use it. I paid for it.
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