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  1. Posts : 368
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    EaseUS todo backup


    I am hoping someone knows how to use this software better than I do. I have it installed and can make a "Cdrive" backup on my Ddrive partition. I would like to make the same backup image on and external Hard Drive. I do NOT see anyway to do that.

    Can someone give me so guidance on this matter.
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  2. SIW2's Avatar
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    How did you select the "Ddrive partition" as the destination?

    When you browse for a destination all other possible destinations should show as well as the "Ddrive".

    If your external disk being recognized by windows?
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  3. jadinolf's Avatar
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    his how I do it

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  4. Jacee's Avatar
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    My 'external drive' shows as "G" drive.
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  5. jadinolf's Avatar
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    Jacee said:
    My 'external drive' shows as "G" drive.
    That's fine. Nothing wrong with that.
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  6. Posts : 368
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    First thanks for all the responses..

    Here is where EaseUS opens:

    EaseUS todo backup-easeus-1.jpg

    On the right is where I would normally make the backup for he Cdrive. How it selects the D drive for creating the backup, I have NO idea.

    Now I want create a back by a different window in EaseUS. I would select "Disk/Partition backup on the left.
    EaseUS todo backup-easeus-2.jpg

    This is the next window to open:

    I see where to select the destination, but HOW do I tell it which partition to backup??

    Then when I get it backed up, how would I restore the backup image to the Cdrive?

    BTW I am using the free version of EaseUS todo.

    Any help is appreciated.
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  7. starchase's Avatar
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    huffman said:
    First thanks for all the responses..

    BTW I am using the free version of EaseUS todo.

    Any help is appreciated.
    Since you are using the free version: perhaps the free version does not have the feature of backing up an external drive. I use the free version of Macrium Reflect (I've tried EASEUS but found the backup and restore way too convoluted compared to Macrium) and there is the ability to b/u and restore my USB external West. Dig. drive. The user guide on the EASUS site for the free version implies that it will only work (backup) on one's main drive; the place where it shows 2 drives is the instructions to copy the first drive to the second.
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  8. fireberd's Avatar
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    starchase said:
    Since you are using the free version: perhaps the free version does not have the feature of backing up an external drive. I use the free version of Macrium Reflect (I've tried EASEUS but found the backup and restore way too convoluted compared to Macrium) and there is the ability to b/u and restore my USB external West. Dig. drive. The user guide on the EASUS site for the free version implies that it will only work (backup) on one's main drive; the place where it shows 2 drives is the instructions to copy the first drive to the second.
    John
    I have a paid version of EASEUS but hate it compared to even the free Version of Macrium Reflect. I only use Macrium Reflect.
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  9. SIW2's Avatar
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    1. Click disk and partition backup

    EaseUS todo backup-1.jpg


    2. EITHER tick the box next to the Disk - then you could untick any partitions you don't want to include

    EaseUS todo backup-2.jpg


    3. OR - hover over a partition and a checkbox appears. Make sure boxes of any partitions you want image are ticked (in this case, I only ticked one partition)

    EaseUS todo backup-3.jpg

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    4. Click Browse to select destination of image file.

    It is suggesting L:\My Backups as destination - you can change that by browsing to a different destination

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  10. SIW2's Avatar
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    Easeus is not difficult, but if you are looking for the simplest program for imaging, I suggest Aomei Backupper.
    Aomei have a free ( standard ) version and the Aomei Backupper Pro version is on giveaway at the moment
    aomei backupper pro giveaway
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