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munleyj

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I am looking for an online application for disk imaging to create a disk image online and keep it online or a simple FREE program to download.
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sharlpero

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I don't know any good free disk imaging software. And i'm not sure if online image is a good idea. You can look for it at download.com, at http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/ you can find comercial software for free. I prefer True Image, it works perfect for creating disk image. If you want to try it there is a free trial version.
http://www.acronis.c...ucts/trueimage/

Edited by sharlpero, 18 November 2007 - 01:21 PM.

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starjax

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do you mean hard disk (as the above recommendations are suited) or cd images?
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dsenette

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you could use ANY disk imaging software and use an online storage site (sorry no links on hand)
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I believe Miray's HDClone & Ranish Partition Manager are free. Not sure how good they are though.
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