A Guide to Using BluRay Discs as Cold Storage Backups/Archives – Is Optical Media Dead?
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As you may have been able to tell by my multitude of videos regarding storage issues, I’ve been in dire need of some reliable “Cold Storage” backups for my data. I have found such a solution in using BluRay discs as a backup. In this video, I show you how to back up your data to BluRay – Including steps on splitting your data into 7-Zip Archives, and creating Parity files for redundancy using MultiPar.
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