A hard drive is not a time bomb waiting to explode, and when it does, it will take all your valuable system and personal files along with it. To prevent this from happening, copying the contents of your hard drive fails as quickly as possible so you can store backup copies of files on a more secure hard drive. Plan to spend about 30 minutes doing this. Instructions
Right click “Start”. Choose “Explore”.
Right click the drive to fail. Choose “Copy”.
Click on the location where you want to copy the files from the drive fail.
Right-click and choose “Paste.” This copies all files from the drive not automatically to the destination location.
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