NOTE: Storage on small folders, large folders, or one folder

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by Pennywise, Jun 23, 2006.

  1. Pennywise

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    |>I posted an inquiry about storing my files in a bunch of small
    |>folders, some large folders, or just one folder. A number of people
    |>pointed out that the purpose and type of files could be the factor.
    |>Let me share what I have come up with:
    |>save files in folders of 700MB.
    |>This allows you to put each folder on a single CD . . . and, six
    |>folders on a DVD.
    |>I hope this helps someone who was puzzled as I was.

    Long term storage: I just read IBM say burn'd CD's will last 2 years 5
    if in a cold dry, light free space.

    It's now cheap enough to back up your CD's and keepers to a hard drive
    and store in a closet.

    Of course run WhereIsIt on the drive first then just catalog the HD's
    Pennywise, Jun 23, 2006
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  2. You cannot limit a folder to 700MB, except you make (a lot of) partitions
    that size. With windows, you will run out of drive letters quite soon :)
    Now where to put that big VOB file or the linux dvd image downloading via

    There is no "one fits all" solution.
    Walter Mautner, Jun 24, 2006
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