Macrium Reflect 8.1 - Guidance and Updates.  

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    Multi-boot Windows 10/11 - RTM, RP, Beta, and Insider
       #91

    Much ado about nothing. No Trigger Fingers or corporate slips on this one.
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  2. Posts : 28,344
    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #92

    New update released: v8.1.7401 - 3rd March 2023

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    Macrium Reflect Patch Details
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  3. Posts : 195
    Win10 Pro 64 BIT
       #93

    Thx......
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  4. Posts : 14,779
    Windows10
       #94

    FreeBooter said:
    In this guide, you will learn the steps to use the free version of Macrium Reflect 8 with the best settings to make automatic backups of a computer running Windows 10 or Windows 11.

    May I request that you delete this or move it to a different thread.

    This thread is about the Paid version and was set up specifically to not get inundated with posts about the free version.
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    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
       #95

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  6. Posts : 19,482
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #96

    On main PC, I now have regular W11 on one disk and Insider Canary on another. In Regular W11 I have payed MR and in insider free version.
    In regular W11 backup plan is automatic Incremental backup at 10AM every day.
    In insider W11 my backup plan is automatic Differential because Incremental doesn't work automatically in free version. Differential is much larger and takes much longer so I have an idea to do both from payed version but separate from each other, at different times and to different disk/folder. Another reason for that idea is that in order to backup Insider disk I have to BOOT to insider.
    How ?
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  7. Posts : 14,779
    Windows10
       #97

    CountMike said:
    On main PC, I now have regular W11 on one disk and Insider Canary on another. In Regular W11 I have payed MR and in insider free version.
    In regular W11 backup plan is automatic Incremental backup at 10AM every day.
    In insider W11 my backup plan is automatic Differential because Incremental doesn't work automatically in free version. Differential is much larger and takes much longer so I have an idea to do both from payed version but separate from each other, at different times and to different disk/folder. Another reason for that idea is that in order to backup Insider disk I have to BOOT to insider.
    How ?
    You only need the paid version on Host (non insider) OS. You can backup the Insider versions from the Host OS including incrementals.

    The only minor problem imaging the Insider version from Host may be that it will backup the Insider temporary files as well, making the image a bit bigger (try it and see).

    I doubt you can run different schedules though. However, you can select both drives and do incrementals to a common backup set with both drives. You would need a third drive to store the backups.
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  8. Posts : 19,482
    W11+W11 Developer Insider + Linux
       #98

    cereberus said:
    You only need the paid version on Host (non insider) OS. You can backup the Insider versions from the Host OS including incrementals.

    The only minor problem imaging the Insider version from Host may be that it will backup the Insider temporary files as well, making the image a bit bigger (try it and see).

    I doubt you can run different schedules though. However, you can select both drives and do incrementals to a common backup set with both drives. You would need a third drive to store the backups.
    Tnx. but I would like to keep them separate, not both disks in one .mrimg. I can do it manually for insider disk.
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  9. Posts : 14,779
    Windows10
       #99

    CountMike said:
    Tnx. but I would like to keep them separate, not both disks in one .mrimg. I can do it manually for insider disk.
    Then it is even easier - just backup the Insider drive from Host OS. You do not have to be booted into a drive to back it up.

    After all, you can boot from a reflect usb drive and backup any drive.

    Actually, reading some Macrium Reflect Forum posts, it looks like you can have more than one backup schedule queued up but one has to finish before the next starts. I would ask on the Macrium Reflect Forum.
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    Win10
       #100

    cereberus said:
    Actually, reading some Macrium Reflect Forum posts, it looks like you can have more than one backup schedule queued up but one has to finish before the next starts. I would ask on the Macrium Reflect Forum.
    I have a series of backup schedules set to run at 5 minute increments to backup all the drives in my PC but when I was looking into the issue of these clashing it turned out that it wasn't an issue and should I wish I could start all of them at the same time and they would each run one after the other until the series is done. Regardless I still ran these with the five minute increment as it was easier for me to differentiate between each of them in the logs should I need to using the timestamps.
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