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Best “technology” to back up (to take an image) for the entire “C:\” d
Best “technology” to back up (to take an image) for the entire “C:\” drive,
My C:\ drive contains the installation of all my software in addition to the data. All what I need is a backup system that takes all the contents of the drive C:\ (software + Data) such that in case of failure on drive C:\ then format can be applied and both the software and data can be restored as they were before the format.
Is there such system?
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|02 Feb 2013||#2|
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You could use the included System Image feature in Windows 7 to create a system image to do that. If needed, you could do a system image recovery to restore everything to how it was when the image was created.
Hope this helps,
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