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Cliff Salisbury

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Retired Appraiser
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Can anyone tell me how you back up your files in HighPerForm? I need to reformat my hard drive and than reinstall them due to a possible software conflict.
 

Robert Muir

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Certified Residential Appraiser
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I use the Iomega Disks. I back up the whole united systems files. Have replaced a hard disk once :? and have also installed a new computer with little problems. :lol: You will want to back up the complete HPF files, to save your settings, marco.s, and if you have comp database.
The File for the comp database is comps.mdb and the file for the macros is documents.mdb. These two at a minimum should be backed up regularly to a 3.5 disk.

If you have tech support give them a call @ 800-241-4756, they always seem to be helpful.

Good luck.

Bob
 
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