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Archiving my Software/Game/Movie Disks

Discussion in 'General Software' started by thebeephaha, Aug 5, 2008.

  1. thebeephaha

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    So I just bought four 750GB drives to throw in a RAID5 and I have 5 320GB drives I am putting in an external RAID5 enclosure.

    This gives me a lot of HDD space and I want to archive all my disks into ISOs or whatever else would work best.

    Basically I don't want to have to lug my disks with me to LANs and when I eventually get my own place.

    What should I use?
     
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    Aww no one knows a good app to make disk images?
     
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    I just use Roxio.
     
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    Or Nero
     
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    Actually, Imgburn is good for it too. And free to boot.
     
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    Free is good. I will check it out.

    Thanks!
     
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    Dvd shrink will make iso's, also free, and good for conservation of space when backing up movies.
     
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