How to reconnect file history drive windows 10

October 10, 2017 at 20:07:31
Specs: Windows 10
difficulty with Microsoft crashing. Using Google docs, its more dependable. What I am working on is too important to have memory loss & file history issues.

Software for windows 10 was free from the College I am attending, so maybe that's the problem.

Thank you
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October 10, 2017 at 20:41:53
First, remove your personal email address or you will be swamped with junk mail and stuff.
Second, I am not sure of the actual question.
Third, for all really important there should be at least two probably three copies of these files on completely different media. For example, you can have a copy in the cloud, a copy on your hard drive, and a copy on a portable hard drive or a stack of DVD's. This way if the hard drive takes a dive you have access to them. If your access to your cloud is lost or even temporarily unavailable then you still have access to your files. If a natural disaster happens and you loose your computer at work and your portable hard drive at home then the files are safe on the cloud. This triple layer protection is your best solution.
If your 'file history drive' is an internal or external hard drive, we need to know this. If the drive does not appear, appears but does not show files, appears but shows nothing, or anything else, we need to know this to make any recommendations on accessing your files.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.


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