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    RMA question for the vets

    hello guys, I made another thread about the problems I was having with my laptop https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...i-lose-my-mind

    so I filed for an RNA - and this is the only electronic product ive ever had that's crapped out on me like this. ive never shipped anything back for warranty purposes. so my question is - what is the easiest method to backup all my files if I don't have an external hard drive

    should I just reset my computer before I send it in

    sorry , I cant use any characters that require the shift key because my keyboard is broken. so this is probably hard to read

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    i dont know how mutch "data" you want to back up but if it is small amount you can do it on a flash stick if it would fit on there.
    other then that maby a stationary pc if you have that or else you have to do it on a external drive.

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    Yeah, you should first back up all your data, this included all your files and pictures, etc. Then prepare the Laptop for RMA which might require you do a fresh install of windows.
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    They make SD cards and USB drives that have a fair amount of storage, however I would highly recommend getting an external HDD. They are fairly inexpensive, and very reliable. If anything, store what you can to the cloud.

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