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    Default save my file

    if I want to save an important large file for many years on my pc (win 7)‎
    how can I avoid proplems such as:‎
    damage ,loss,formating , infection or random deleting this file

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    Save multiple copies of the file, put it on several different storage devices. That's pretty much the best you can do.
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    Including online, just in case.

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