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Hey,

I got a macbook on Saturday and have been enjoying it but im having trouble finding a good backup program. What does everyone else use to back up music, documents, pictures etc?

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When Leopard comes out you'll be able to use the built in Time Machine, which will automatically back up everything on your hard drive whenever it's downloaded or changed or installed.
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iBackup works great for me.
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yeah i use ibackup. well i dont but a friend of mine does. i backup the old fashion way and copy files to my external hard drive. but i have used ibackup before was good. nice and easy.

time machine wont backup to a external hard drive formatted ad ms-dos (fat/32) well atleast the WWDC version (9a466) doesnt.
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I like Backup (Apple).
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Carbon Copy Cloner is also easy to use software.
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