Please state your disk imaging/backup tool preference

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  1.    15 Dec 2018 #31

    I would just format and reinstall. All my user files are on D: and F: and backed up twice a week to my NAS. The downer is installing the programs, a good number of which i can get from Ninite.
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  2.    15 Dec 2018 #32

    I have done imaging for more than 10 years, never did a clean install. I am currently using both Terabyte Unlimited and Macrium Free (which since current version 7.2.x is much faster in my hardware than previous versions).
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