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Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by Buster_BSA on 22/7/2010, 00:20

I have been using Macrium Reflect Free Edition and it´s good.

You can find more information here: http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.asp

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Re: Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by Ruhe on 22/7/2010, 00:27

Even if I use the full edition of Macrium, so far it's my preferred imaging app (too). The one of ssj100 is Drive SnapShot Very Happy

There is already a discussion about this and other at http://ssj100.fullsubject.com/backup-and-imaging-f14/imageing-backup-t69.htm
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Re: Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by Buster_BSA on 22/7/2010, 00:29

Macrium deserves his own topic. Wink
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Re: Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by ssj100 on 22/7/2010, 02:56

Yes, I tested Macrium Reflect Free in my VM several months ago, and it seemed like a very good application. And of course, it's free!

However, I just couldn't turn down an application that could image my entire drive and didn't need to be installed (and runs off a 250kb executable file).

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Re: Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by Buster_BSA on 22/7/2010, 03:53

Macrium Reflect requires installation but it has some advantages. I like you can browse an image an extract to disk the files you select e.g.
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Re: Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by ssj100 on 22/7/2010, 04:20

You can do that with Drive SnapShot too, although I don't personally use it - for me, all files (that are hard to get etc) are additionally backed up on to an external isolated hard-drive anyway.

But yes, Macrium Reflect does have some advantages, including providing the option of easily creating a boot medium etc.

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Re: Macrium Reflect Free Edition

Post by arran on 23/7/2010, 11:01

This is why Macrium Reflect is on my sig on wilders it is a good little app.
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