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  1. Join Date : Nov 2013
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       29 Jun 2015 #31

    Cliff S said: View Post
    You're welcome.

    One more note I found in the Bug Fixes--- you should update your recovery disk too.

    I missed that for some reason. Thanks for the warning!
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  2. Join Date : Nov 2013
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       01 Jul 2015 #32

    Cliff S said: View Post
    For me personally 5Free works good enough, on my system it takes a little over 4 minutes(SSD->7400rpm HDD) for a complete image, and that's faster than the System imager in Windows 7 doing incremental. I'm definitely not complaining
    I tested the Macrium V6 to create a 10159 image. It took a little over than a minute to complete the image backup.

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       01 Jul 2015 #33

    Yeah I'm on 6 now too, and it's about 45 seconds to a minute faster.
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       01 Jul 2015 #34

    badrobot said: View Post
    I tested the Macrium V6 to create a 10159 image. It took a little over than a minute to complete the image backup.

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    Not bad!! The best time I ever managed on Macrium ver 5 was with 1 minute 47 seconds for my Windows 8.1 install. Windows 10 usually takes about 2 minutes 25 seconds and Windows 7 about 3 minutes 17 seconds. Those times are based on creating an image from an SSD to a SATA III HDD.
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       01 Jul 2015 #35

    LittleJay said: View Post
    Not bad!! The best time I ever managed on Macrium ver 5 was with 1 minute 47 seconds for my Windows 8.1 install. Windows 10 usually takes about 2 minutes 25 seconds and Windows 7 about 3 minutes 17 seconds. Those times are based on creating an image from an SSD to a SATA III HDD.
    Yeah, that 1min+ is also from SSD to HDD. I will try SSD to SSD and see.

    Sorry I lied. That was from SSD to SSD. Woooops!
    Last edited by badrobot; 01 Jul 2015 at 13:50.
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       03 Jul 2015 #36

    badrobot said: View Post

    Yeah, that 1min+ is also from SSD to HDD. I will try SSD to SSD and see.

    Sorry I lied. That was from SSD to SSD. Woooops!
    Never tried imaging from SSD to SSD, as I have Windows installs on all of them. Also, all my SSDs are older 128 GB models, which wouldn't hold all the images I have saved.
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       22 Jul 2015 #37

    Macrium Reflect Free update Current Version: 6.0.753 (22 July 2015)

    Post #1 updated

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  8. Join Date : Dec 2013
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       22 Jul 2015 #38

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Macrium Reflect Free update Current Version: 6.0.753 (22 July 2015)

    Post #1 updated

    Do I have to update the recovery disk as well?
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       22 Jul 2015 #39

    brummyfan said: View Post
    Do I have to update the recovery disk as well?
    The release notes say something about a change to the WinPE screen resolution -- so you might want to update the rescue disk.

    Since mine is on USB, I just routinely update it with each MR update, that way both the hard disk and USB boot to the same version.
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       22 Jul 2015 #40

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Macrium Reflect Free update Current Version: 6.0.753 (22 July 2015)

    Post #1 updated

    Thanks for the heads up Cliff! Just ran the update on my W8.1 install and will do so on my W7 install later.
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