EaseUS Todo Backup had a giveaway...and:

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by smallhagrid, Nov 9, 2013.

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  1. smallhagrid

    smallhagrid Registered Member

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    I got it - before my PC had a h/w failure.

    Still have the registration email for it, but I cannot find my copy of EaseUS_Todo_Backup_Workstation_5.8.zip - which was the installer for it.

    The ws version has the universal restore and P2V features where the lesser versions don't.

    Does anyone have a copy of this older installer file to share, please ??

    Thanks.
     
  2. legacy

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    I have it, let me dig it out
     
  3. smallhagrid

    smallhagrid Registered Member

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    Thank You !!!
     
  4. legacy

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    Just sent you the link,

    Hope you get it sorted fella:thumb:
     
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    This may be the best one of all - I'm going to burn it onto a CD so as not to misplace it again.

    Thank You Very, Very Much for helping me !!!!
     
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    running great for me.:D

    What's new in Todo Backup 6.1 version?

    * Fully support the latest Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2.
    * Directly activate from trial/free version without re-download and reinstallation.
    * Smaller installation file enables fast download and install.
    * Greatly increase the stability of network files backup.
    * Improvement on automatic backup with better performance.
    * Satisfy smoother backup requirements of big data disk & partition.
    * Fixed some bugs.
     
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    Thanks Demoneye.
    I imagine for folks with much newer OSes this is important.

    I have used Todo Backup 4.5 (before they added the snapshot feature) and it was very, very good; no trouble at all.

    But I have no interest in leaving XP either...

    I am still using an older version of Farstone Driveclone (from before they removed it's snapshot feature) and it works OK...mostly.

    The biggest problem it gives me is it's failure to make a snapshot from within XP, so I have to let it make a snapshot at every boot time, which is not what I want.

    I also make periodic images with Drive Snapshot (such a silly name !!) so altogether I have 2 different sorts of images as well as snapshots.

    My goal here is to replace Driveclone with Todo Backup and I think it will work out very well.

    Thanks for the great and helpful replies Folks !!!
     
  9. zapjb

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    I have EaseUS Todo Backup Advanced Server 4.5 & it works on Win7 32&64.
    Don't know if it's comparable to regular 4.5. Just an fyi.
     
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