Windows 10: Bootable USB drive

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  1.    1 Day Ago #21

    stuarttunstall said: View Post
    That is why I am buying the HOME version rather than the free after reading all the good reviews on here , the incremental backups may be useful and similar to Memeo I use now, but I will use both still, Memeo for the automatic backups but maybe once a week do a fail safe full image/back up if all fails... MUCH easier to restore if anything went wrong...

    Memeo needs me to install everything first then restore rather than all in one... (I presume that is correct lol)
    A really great plus of the paid version is Rapid Delta Restore. If, for example, you screwed up permissions on some files in a system folder which is hard to undo, and can stop parts of OS working, or you deleted some files but did not know what, then if you restore the backed up image from earlier over current install, it only restores the differences.

    I did this recently and the Restore took 2 minutes instead of usual 30+ minutes.

    Of course, any new data since last image backup is also removed if on partitions being restored but that is no different to any restore (also why I keep data in a separate partition).
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  2.    1 Day Ago #22

    Thank you all for the great advice and answering my queations... just about to pay now and get my first image done... better be safe...

    Took me years to realise I should do this lol

    Stuart
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  3.    22 Hours Ago #23

    Now the owner of the full HOME version of Macrium Reflect

    Just need to install now and create the rescue USB and my first image... Will do that tomorrow when I have a bit more time...

    Thank you all for the help and advice, I do appreciate it..
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  4.    21 Hours Ago #24

    I know this has been answered, as an idiot I just want to be sure... I have just formatted my new 16GB USB drive "fat32" is that all I need to do with the drive?

    When I install Macrium Reflect it will do the rest for m
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