Macrium Reflect Question

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    Macrium Reflect Question

    I have created a Macrium Reflect USB drive.
    That was in 2017. How can I upgrade it?

    Don Cole
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    Just run Macrium and under other tasks select create rescue media. Plug in the USB drive, select it at the proper time and Macrium will overwrite all the old files with new ones. Couldn’t be easier. Just be sure test it to make sure you can boot from it.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


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