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Default Re: How to backup PT sessions

Simply put, when you want to backup for long term storage you Save Copy In wherever you want to keep it.
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Default Re: How to backup PT sessions

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But Carbon Copy Cloner is mac only, sadly.
And the OP is on windows.
The free version of Paragon hard disk Manager is reliable. I've used it for years without problems.
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