Build a complete backup system

atastrophic hard drive failures are exceedingly rare. However, bad sectors and read/write errors are surprisingly common. Most of the time, the error checking algorithms built into macOS will spot such glitches and compensate for them in the background without you evencurve ball, such as a power spike, a physical jolt, or fire or flood… The bottom line is, data loss or corruption is bound to happen sometime.

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