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My son passed a "Crucial CT512mx100SSD1" to me when he went bigger.

Can I use this as a backup by attaching, backing up a few things, then removing?

My drives are: C 186 free of 237 / D 734 free of 931 / 391 free of 465

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Great. Thank you. I was just talking to my grandson about a caddy.

On 6/30/2020 at 11:06 AM, ir_cow said:

You sure can. Just get one of those external USB enclosures for $10. If you can swing USB 3.2, you will enjoy the higher speeds for larger files.

 

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  • 1 year later...

I think this is a very good idea, because I myself prefer data security. You can use special software to work with backup and disk partitions. But I recommend checking the wear and health of the SSD before using it.

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I think you have to do this because if the SSD increases in size, it means that soon it will already be faulty. And that's why you need to make periodic backups of data in the cloud to be sure that if something happens to your SSD, you will have all the data you have on it in the cloud. By the way, I haven't done this before, and at one point, I paid for it, and I had to repair my SSD for a very long and expensive time. It's good that I came across competent and intelligent specialists in data recovery from SSD -- salvagedata.com. I don't know what I would do without them.

Edited by Chananain

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