A Few TI9 Questions

Discussion in 'Acronis True Image Product Line' started by elziko, Sep 29, 2005.

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  1. elziko

    elziko Registered Member

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    I have done a full back up of some folders. Now the contents of the folders have changed I'd like to do an incremental backup to cover these changes.

    I can't see how to run the backup again... I seem to have to go through the Create Backup Wizard again... defining the files and folders I wish to backup again! Is there anyway to just do an incremental backup based on what was selected last time?

    I notice that backups are contained within a single file. I have been using Nero BackITUp for backups and when I do an uncompressed backup it just kinda copies lots of files to a backup folder. I thought this was good because one file in the backup getting corrupted wouldn;t affect the others. If the backup file in TI9 got a tiny bit corrupted could I restore the uncorrupted parts?

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    Hello elzilo,

    Thank you for choosing Acronis Disk Backup Software.

    Please note that the feature you requested is not available in the current build of Acronis True Image 9.0 . I have forwarded your request to our development team. They will take care of it as soon as possible.

    Concerning your second question:

    If you have created a successfull image (even if it contains a corrupted file) there would be no problems with restoring any file from it.

    We are always at your service should you have any further questions.

    Thank you.
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  3. elziko

    elziko Registered Member

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    I wasn't speaking of an image containing a corrupted file, I was actually talking about an image being corrupted. Is it possible to extract data from a corrupted image? Lets say if just a few bytes were to be changed in the image file, would the whole thing become useless?

    I appreciate my request being passed onto teh development team... is there any idea of wether/when this will be implemented. I will be unable to use TI9 without it since having to select my files & folders to backup each and every time is too unreliable... I may miss some files that I need to backup.
     
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