17th December 2014, 16:26 #1
Software that lets me choose which partitions to clone
Is there a clone program for w8 64bit that you can choose which partitions to clone instead of clone the whole HD?
22nd December 2014, 15:02 #2
Maybe you will find something here: Free imaging software.
22nd December 2014, 20:18 #3
22nd December 2014, 20:48 #4
23rd December 2014, 04:16 #5
This is a tutorial I made myself which I linked. Is that a problem ??
24th December 2014, 14:04 #6
26th December 2014, 02:08 #7
When creating backups, after selecting what to backup and where to store the backup, on the third window:
click "Advanced" in the lower-left corner
Under "Compresssion", change to "High"
The creation takes a few more minutes but the backup will be smaller...
In the left menu, click "Comment"
Enter some useful info about the backup
Have you made any major changes since the previous backup ?
Like fx. installed a new version of some program / a new program...?
Enter that into comments.
This makes it easy to see the difference compared to other backups when you are going to restore.
When you see the list of backups, put your mouse on each backup and you will see the comments,
making it easier to select the correct one to restore.
Instead if restoring a complete backup you can also extract just parts of it like fx. some folders / files.
Under "Restore", select "Explore Image" and the backup will be mounted, just like an external harddisk,
copy whatever you want from the backup, and then unmount it.
Last edited by hackerman1; 26th December 2014 at 02:23.
26th December 2014, 03:33 #8
I would think that most people can distinguish between a link to a product's website and a tutorial for the product.
Originally Posted by hackerman1
26th December 2014, 03:56 #9
On the other hand when a user asks for a link to a product that is what they probably should get in return.
Originally Posted by whs
It would seem that when a member has already written a tutorial on a topic it should be just fine for a link to that information to be included in a response.
However, the foremost purpose for a response on a help forum is to supply an answer to a user's question. In this case I would recommend that the proper post would have been to supply a link directly to the product along with another link to the tutorial with each described for what they are.
Just my opinion...
26th December 2014, 16:51 #10