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Windows 7: Active at boot is a great image tool

06 Oct 2010   #1

Windows 7 64bit
Active at boot is a great image tool

Just done myself an image with this neat imaging program and its fab, you get like a mini windows interface and its very user friendly. I really like the fact you can recover certain files from an image not sure if you can do this with the standard windows 7 image backup and other apps like macrium reflect.
Just wondered if anyone uses this app for backing up?

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06 Oct 2010   #2

W7 Professional x64

I love Active@ Isoburner and killdisk. I'm glad to hear their other products are just as friendly :)
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 Active at boot is a great image tool

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