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    Default Now verify your selected settings and click on Finish button to start backup process.

    Using System State backup technique, you can create the backup of windows critical components on any system drive and this backup file can be used if the original copy is lost, damaged, or destroyed. On windows 2000/XP/Vista, system state data wizard backed up the following components.
    • Windows registry
    • Windows boot files
    • COM+ class registration database
    • But if you are running domain controller, system state data wizard backed up the following components.
    • Active Directory
    • System volume (SYSVOL)
    • Windows registry
    • Windows boot files
    • COM+ class registration database

    Follow the given steps to run System State data backup wizard:

    To use this feature, you will need to be logged into your computer with administrative rights.
    First click on Start button> All programs> Accessories> System Tools then click on Backup.


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    Now by default backup wizard will start, click on advanced mode option to change the backup settings.

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    Here a dialog box will appear with title "Backup Utility", select "Welcome" tab and click on Backup Wizard [Advanced] button to create backup of windows important components.

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    Click on Next button to continue backup wizard.
    Now select option "Only back up the System State date" on what to back up page and click on Next button.


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    Here click on Browse button to specify the destination for backup file and also set backup file name under "Type a name for this backup" box then click on Next button.
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    Now verify your selected settings and click on Finish button to start backup process.







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