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IMAGING SOFTWARE, suggestions?


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njlock

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I just got my pc back to a decent state after the hard drive died & I had to reconstruct it manually with help from this site. (real pia!)

Can I get some advice on what imaging software to purchase that would save me from myself in future?

I'm using about 300gb of a 2tb hard drive now, I have a 2nd unused as of yet 2tb internal hard drive, a 3tb external drive and a 1tb external drive.

 

I'd likely use the 2nd internal drive to backup main drive, and the external 3tb drive to back up 2-3 notebooks I use for misc purposes in my business. So a software that could handle multiple computers would be preferable.

 

btw I use carbonite for a regular backup (but not imaging)

 

thanks


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azarl

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Take a look at this thread here

 

Macrium is great for imaging


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thanks, Will look into this!


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