Posted by sean on August 29, 2017 at 5:53 pm in Geek Stuff with No Comments


My Bank Holiday Monday afternoon was mostly spent playing Sonic the Hedgehog. As well as re-living my youth, I also completed a long overdue job. No, not make a blog post! I backed up my hard drive of DVD Rips.

Now before you all dial 999 and arrange for my house to be raided at 4am, let me make one thing clear. Every film and television episode I have on my hard drive, I own the DVD for. I don’t use torrents and I don’t shoplift from HMV. So you can forget about calling Miss Marples.

My collection of titles on the hard drive is vast, and has taken many years to obtain. Therefore, if the hard drive ever snuffed it, I’d be very sad, as would my wife, who also regularly watches films through it – and as all married men know, a happy wife is a happy husband.

I therefore spent many hours, copying the contents of my main hard drive – AKA The Beast – onto two smaller drives. All’s good. Now if The Beast ever kills itself, my couch potato’s dream can be salvaged.

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