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  1.    06 Feb 2015 #311
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    [QUOTE= It takes about 5 minutes to restore, and I have done many of these, it is not a big deal. It is much more convenient than a clone. I used to do clones. With a clone you have one image to do which makes one reluctant to do it often. With images I am more likely to make a backup because I can have many and it doesn't take long. .[/QUOTE]

    I find this not to be the case on how I do things. Reluctant to do a clone?? My clone SW can be easily set up to do it automatically, in the middle of the night if you want, and its in the background. I prefer to watch what is gong on and I don't use the auto feature. I also use Macrium for images, but store no more than 2-3, have no need for more. Stand alone drive for the clone, yes, what I prefer. I have received several clunker computers from neighbors etc, when they either upgrade or give up on their machine. I trash mostly everything except the sata HD's. Test the crap out of them, and use them for backup. Low$ solution.

    p.s. Dont know why my reply with quote is messing up.
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  2.    06 Feb 2015 #312
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    Penns Forrest
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    p.s. Dont know why my reply with quote is messing up.
    [QUOTE= It takes about 5 minutes
    [QUOTE=Somename] It takes about 5 minutes


    Does that help?
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  3.    06 Feb 2015 #313
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    p.s. Dont know why my reply with quote is messing up.
    Because there is an = in lieu of a ] behind the first "Quote"

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    If corrected, you get this:

    It takes about 5 minutes to restore, and I have done many of these, it is not a big deal. It is much more convenient than a clone. I used to do clones. With a clone you have one image to do which makes one reluctant to do it often. With images I am more likely to make a backup because I can have many and it doesn't take long. .
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  4.    06 Feb 2015 #314
    Join Date : Dec 2014
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    Windows 10 Pro x64

    Quote Originally Posted by meebers View Post
    It takes about 5 minutes to restore, and I have done many of these, it is not a big deal. It is much more convenient than a clone. I used to do clones. With a clone you have one image to do which makes one reluctant to do it often. With images I am more likely to make a backup because I can have many and it doesn't take long. .
    I find this not to be the case on how I do things. Reluctant to do a clone?? My clone SW can be easily set up to do it automatically, in the middle of the night if you want, and its in the background. I prefer to watch what is gong on and I don't use the auto feature. I also use Macrium for images, but store no more than 2-3, have no need for more. Stand alone drive for the clone, yes, what I prefer. I have received several clunker computers from neighbors etc, when they either upgrade or give up on their machine. I trash mostly everything except the sata HD's. Test the crap out of them, and use them for backup. Low$ solution.

    p.s. Dont know why my reply with quote is messing up.
    I am not reluctant to do clones - I have done them in the past. My preference is to have multiple backups I can make before significant changes. I have had to go back a couple in the past. With a clone you just have the last one you made. If I have images I see no need to have clones in addition. To each there own though.
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  5.    07 Feb 2015 #315
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    Quote Originally Posted by whs View Post
    Because there is an = in lieu of a ] behind the first "Quote"

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    If corrected, you get this:

    It takes about 5 minutes to restore, and I have done many of these, it is not a big deal. It is much more convenient than a clone. I used to do clones. With a clone you have one image to do which makes one reluctant to do it often. With images I am more likely to make a backup because I can have many and it doesn't take long. .
    I see that thanks.
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  6.    07 Feb 2015 #316
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    Quote Originally Posted by meebers View Post
    I see that thanks.
    If your TenForums profile is mature enough, you can edit your post# 311 and fix it, if you want
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