Figure 5-13: Opening the Control Panel in Java

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Figure 5-13: Opening the Control Panel
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If the Start menu is in classic look, the Control Panel is under Settings on the menu.
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2. Open the Performance and Maintenance category, as
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Figure 5-14 shows, if the control panel is in category view.
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Figure 5-14: Accessing the Performance and Maintenance category
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3. Open Scheduled Tasks, as shown in Figure 5-15 when
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using category view.
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Figure 5-15: Opening the Scheduled Tasks utility
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4. Right-click the DNA Migrator scheduled task and click
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Run, such as shown in Figure 5-16.
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Figure 5-16: Manually running the scheduled task
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CA Desktop DNA Migrator will open normally.
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5. As Figure 5-17 shows, click Finish and a backup of your
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Figure 5-17: Starting the backup
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Do not rename the DNA le so that only the differences made since your last backup will be saved, thus making the backup more ef cient.
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Step 3: Archive the DNA File
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It s recommended to save your DNA le to a place other than the source PC, once in a while, after using the Scheduled Backup. Therefore in case you lose all of your data from a system crash or other problem you can simply use a current copy of your PC s DNA,
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saved on a CD or other safe place, to get the PC and yourself up and running much quicker and hopefully without losing any important les and information. The following sections describe three methods to safe-keep your DNA les.
Use a CD or DVD
If you have a CD burner, you can burn your DNA le to a writable, or rewritable, CD or DVD. If you have Windows XP, you can use its built-in CD writing features, which the following steps describe:
1. Insert a blank CD or DVD into the drive. 2. Find the DNA le on the source PC, as seen in Figure
5-18.
Figure 5-18: Finding the DNA le
By default, the DNA le is created in the DNA Migrator Files folder on the desktop of your computer and named based on the name of your PC.
3. Open the contents of the CD drive with My Computer,
such as Figure 5-19 shows.
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Figure 5-19: Opening the CD drive
4. Drag the DNA le over to the CD drive, as shown in
Figure 5-20.
Figure 5-20: Dragging and copying the DNA le
5. Click Write These Files to CD, as shown in Figure 5-21.
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Figure 5-21: Clicking the Write These Files to CD option
The CD or DVD Writing Wizard is displayed.
6. If would like you can change the disc s label by editing the
CD name eld, such as in Figure 5-22, and click Next.
Figure 5-22: Labeling the CD
This starts the writing process. After the writing process is completed, the CD or DVD disc is ejected from the drive.
7. Click Finish, as shown in Figure 5-23, to exit the CD
Writing Wizard.
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Figure 5-23: Finishing the CD
Use Other Removable Media
You can use other removable media items, such as USB ash or thumb drives. However, check the size of the DNA le to ensure there s enough space on the removable media item. The following describes the process of saving a DNA le to a USB ash drive when using Windows XP:
1. Insert the ash drive into a USB port of the source PC. 2. Find the DNA le on the source PC, as seen in Figure 5-24.
Figure 5-24: Finding the DNA le
By default, the DNA le is created in the DNA Migrator Files folder on the desktop of your computer and named based on the name of your PC.
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3. Open the contents of the ash drive with My Computer,
such as Figure 5-25 shows.
Figure 5-25: Opening the ash drive
4. Drag the DNA le over to the ash drive, as shown in
Figure 5-26.
Figure 5-26: Dragging and copying the DNA le
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Use Your Network
You can use an existing wireless or wired network to move the DNA le to another PC, which the following steps describe when using Windows XP:
Note
This assumes your network supports sharing, and you have enabled sharing on at least one folder on your destination PC.
1. Make sure both PCs are on the same wireless or wired network and using the same workgroup.
2. Find the DNA le on the source PC, as seen in Figure 5-27.
Figure 5-27: Finding the DNA le
By default, the DNA le is created in the DNA Migrator Files folder on the desktop of your computer and named based on the name of your PC.
3. Double-click My Network Places on your desktop, as
Figure 5-28 shows.
Figure 5-28: Opening My Network Places
4. Click View Workgroup Computers, as shown in Figure 5-29.
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Figure 5-29: Accessing workgroup computers
5. Double-click the computer you would like to transfer the
DNA le to, such as shown in Figure 5-30.
Figure 5-30: Accessing a computer on the network
6. Find and open the folder you would like to transfer the
DNA le to, such as seen in Figure 5-31.
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Figure 5-31: Opening a folder on a network computer
7. Drag the DNA le over to the desired folder, as Figure
5-32 shows.
Figure 5-32: Dragging and copying the DNA le
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Performing a Manual Backup
The following are the steps to manually create a backup of your DNA and other important les using CA Desktop DNA Migrator, which the next sections discuss in detail: Step 1: Get Ready Step 2: Perform the Backup Step 3: Archive the DNA File (optional)
Step 1: Get Ready
Prepare for the backup by completing these tasks on your PC:
Ensure the Software Is Installed If you haven t already, you need to install CA Desktop DNA Migrator.You can refer to 3 for more information on the installation.
Run Anti-virus and Anti-spyware Scans This ensures that you are not backing up any viruses or spyware. Exit All Programs Disable any anti-virus or anti-spyware protection and close all applications on your PC, because they could interfere with the software.
Step 2: Perform the Backup
You can start the backup process by creating your DNA le: