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  1. Ztruker's Avatar
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       #700

    I need something a bit stronger than tea or coffee it seems. I have a six pack of Guiness in the fridge, think it's time to open one or two or ...

    Well, the link just reinforces how good the tutorial is I guess. Thanks TC
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  2. HumbertoH's Avatar
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       #701

    Do you know MiniTool ?


    Ztruker said:
    HumbertoH, go with Macrium Reflect. It's the best backup program around. The free version is all you really need.

    Here is a tutorial by Kari, one of our Gurus: Backup and Restore with Macrium Reflect
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    Do you know MiniTool ? It is from Canada, and have a lot of separeted softwares, one of them is Image Backup and Restore.

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  3. cereberus's Avatar
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       #702

    HumbertoH said:
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    Do you know MiniTool ? It is from Canada, and have a lot of separeted softwares, one of them is Image Backup and Restore.

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    It is a great partitioning tool (I use it) but it is relatively basic as a backup and image tool and is not a patch on Macrium Reflect.
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  4. kado897's Avatar
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       #703

    The other reason many of us here like MR is their excellent support. They have just the one product and they are passionate about supporting it. If there is a problem it will be fixed PDQ.
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  5. Ztruker's Avatar
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       #704

    HumbertoH said:
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    Do you know MiniTool ? It is from Canada, and have a lot of separeted softwares, one of them is Image Backup and Restore.
    I use Minitool Partition Wizard Pro but not the Backup software. As @cereberus said, not in the same league as Macrium. I have Macrium Premium and would not trust my data to anything else. I've used Norton Ghost and EaseUS and several others and found none of them to be as easy to use or as reliable.
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  6. HumbertoH's Avatar
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       #705

    CLOUDBERRY MSP360 Backup Desktop Edition


    cereberus said:
    It is a great partitioning tool (I use it) but it is relatively basic as a backup and image tool and is not a patch on Macrium Reflect.
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    Thanks for help. But what I have seen, the UI (User Interface) of Macrium is terrible for a novice. By the way, Industries make so many marketing that so many sites and forums only make a pray for hojle Macrium. But there are 1 or 2 (that Ive surfing) saying Macrium UI is a "mess".
    - Has anyone here used CLOUDBERRY MSP360 Backup Desktop Edition ? The site is impressive.
    Also Minitool Shadow Maker has been clap-clap-clap (sorry for my english) and for its simplicity (do not know about reliable). Being a Canadian, maybe it is not known.
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  7. ignatzatsonic's Avatar
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       #706

    HumbertoH said:
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    Thanks for help. But what I have seen, the UI (User Interface) of Macrium is terrible for a novice.
    A novice can make an image of the necessary partitions with very few mouse-clicks, just by accepting defaults.

    The finer points of Macrium can be examined later, after you first understand how to make a basic full image---no incrementals, no differentials, no scheduling, no retention rules, no template, no XML file, etc.
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  8. HumbertoH's Avatar
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       #707

    To be clear: I am a novice, a newbie, I ve never opened the box


    I am a novice, a newbie, I ve never opened the box where is inside HD,Mothehood,Power, Memory.
    Although I use desktop a long time ago. But some strange tings already had appeared (Electrical Company in my city Recife,Brazil), they did not payed anything, I ve lost my PC. And 99% of brazilian technitian are just curious. I ve found one that is good.
    I ve already had a too bad experience with LENOVO OF BRASIL (do not misunderstand Lenovo of Brasil to Lenovo in a developed country, do not misundestand Lenovo have bought a part of IBM, including a logo of Models, and the quality of the "new" IBM Lenovo. And I lost my Lenovo do Brasil PC.
    So, I think I wont be a part of the enormous fanclub,
    I look for Minitool or for CLOUDBERRY MSP360 Backup Desktop Edition
    (by the way, pages and pages and I do not see anything about CLOUDBERRY (maybe it is so good, maybe not)
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  9. Ztruker's Avatar
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       #708

    Bottom line, make sure you backup your hard drive. How is up to you but just do it and continue to do it on a regular basis.
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  10. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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       #709

    and I would add what ever tool you settle on create and test their boot media.
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