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How to make backup with backup platinum

To start using Backup Platinum first of all you need to create one or several items. Each item contains information about a backup operation with a set of files and folders.

All existing items are listed in the top view of the main program window.

For each item, you specify:
Item name;
Type of operation (backup or synchronization);
Folders and files to process;
Where to store backup files;
Compression, encryption and other options;
Scheduling options (when and how often to backup your data);
Other advanced options.

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How to Backup Data To backup your data, you need to create one or several backup items.

1. Specify What to Backup At this step you specify files and folders you want to backup.
Specify What to Backup

Adding Drives and Folders. Click the "Add..." button and choose the "Folder..." option.
In the "Browse For Folder" dialog select a drive or a folder that you want to add to backup.
Repeat this procedure if you want to select more folders.
The list of selected folders will be displayed in the upper box of the page.

Adding Files. Click the "Add..." button and choose the "Files..." option. In the "Select File" dialog, select one or several files and click "Open".
Repeat this procedure if you want to select more files. The list of selected files will be displayed in the upper box of the page.

Adding Outlook/Outlook Express Files. Click the "Add..." button and select "MS Outlook Files" option. The folder with your Outlook data will be added to backup set.
Click the "Add..." button and select "Outlook Express Files" option. The folder with your Outlook Express data will be added to backup set.

Adding Registry Keys. Click the "Add..." button and select the "Registry Key" option. In the "Select Registry Key" dialog, choose required key and click "OK". Repeat this procedure if you want to select more keys.

To remove Folders or Files select a folder or a file in the upper box and click the "Remove" button. You can use this method only for root folders or files. If you want to exclude a subfolder or a file inside a folder, remove the checkmark from it.

Checkmarks. Black checkmarks near files and folders indicate that they are included in the backup set. Grey checkmark near a folder shows that some files or subfolders in this folder are excluded.

Filter Settings. Click the "Filter Settings" button to specify masks for files to be processed and masks for files to be ignored during backup.
Filter Settings

2. Specify Where to Backup At this step you select the destination folder where backup copies of your files will be stored.
You can choose to backup to a local drive, LAN, FTP server, or a CD-R/W, DVD-R/W, DVD+R/W device. Note that all external drives connected via USB should be specified as local drives by choosing "Local/LAN" option.


Click the "Browse for folder" button . In the "Browse For Folder" dialog select a folder or create a new one.

If the selected folder can be accessed only under some specific user account, you can check the "Authenticate" option and specify username and password.


Select the "FTP" option if you want to backup your files to a remote FTP server.

Host. Enter FTP server name.
Port. Enter FTP port number. Default port number is 21.
User. Enter your FTP username.
Password. Enter your FTP password.
Passive mode. In passive mode, FTP data connection is established by your computer. This may be necessary if firewalls do not allow establishing connection from outside. By default, this option is enabled.
Folder. To choose a remote directory where to backup your data, click the "Select FTP folder" button . The "Select FTP folder" dialog will appear.

Upon establishing FTP connection, the list of remote directories is displayed in the upper window of the dialog.
Select a directory by clicking on it, then click the "Select" button. If you want to create a new directory, click the "New folder" button.
The bottom view of the window shows FTP session log messages.

Proxy. Click this button to choose your proxy settings. Proxy server settings dialog will be displayed. It allows you to configure your FTP and SOCKS proxy. By default no proxy are used.


Select the "CD/DVD" option, if you want to backup onto CD or DVD media.

Device. Choose your CD-R/W, DVD-R/W or DVD+R/W device.
Folder. Type the name of a folder where to backup your data. Note that the path to this folder should not contain any components ("componentcomponent...") with the names longer than 64 characters, as well as any of the following characters:
Speed. Choose the speed that will be used to burn CD/DVD discs.

Erase disc. Choose this option to erase CD-RW/DVD-RW/DVD+RW disc before writing on it.

Enable spanning (split large backups). You can use this option to split large backups and place data on several discs. If your backup set contains large files with size exceeding free space available on a single disc, the program will split such files into several parts and place them on several discs. Their names will look like (XXXX)name, where XXXX is a exadecimal number.

Perform CRC checking. If this option is checked, Backup Platinum will perform additional validity check after storing data on a CD/DVD. You can either use blank (brand-new) CD-R/W, DVD-R/W, DVD+R/W disc, or you should erase discs, if they were previously formatted with a 3rd party program like DirectCD.

Installation Instruction for ASPI Driver Please follow the steps listed below to install Adaptec ASPI driver on your system.
This driver is required to use CD and DVD writing devices for backup under MS Windows 95/98/ME.
1. Click the following link to download the ASPI Driver.

2. You will see the following dialog box.
Select the folder where you want to extract the files to (C:adaptecaspi in this example) and click the "Unzip" button.

3. Run aspiinst.exe file to install the ASPI layer. When the installation is finished, reboot the system in order to enable the ASPI driver.

3. Specify Storage Options At this step you can specify various storage options.
Specify Storage Options

You should select one of the storage methods. The following options are available.
Store each file as is. All files will be backed up "as is", i.e. without compression and encryption.
ZIP each file. Each file will be compressed to a separate ZIP archive. Note that the size of each individual compressed file should not exceed 4 Gb. If you backup onto DVD, the size of each individual compressed file should not exceed 2 Gb.

You can specify password to create standard password-protected ZIP files. Note that Blowfish encryption is not used in this case, but you will be able to extract data using any ZIP client.

4. Scheduling At this step you can schedule backup operation so that Backup Platinum would perform and repeat it automatically at a specified time.

5. Ready To Create Item The last window of the New Item Wizard shows a brief resume with the basic parameters of the new item.

Backup Platinum is an easy-to-use yet powerful backup program to make a reserve copy of your critical data virtually to any type of storage media: hard or USB drives, CD-R/W or DVD/RW media, FTP server or Local Area Network.

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