InstantRecovery new build 302

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  1. ruinebabine

    ruinebabine Registered Member

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    New build available for Raxco InstantRecovery...

     
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    Thing is I cannot seem to find the download. The link in my email takes me to the 're-download your software' page which just gives me the version I already have.
     
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    I download from this page
    http://redownload.raxco.com/instantrecovery
    and it seems to be their new build (weigths different then my first initial installer). But I didn't install yet...


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    installed : yes, it is new build 302
     
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  4. stapp

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    I downloaded the trial version and then put my key in (thanks Peter for that tip) 302 now installed.

    It's a pity they didn't mention the minor detail of the download !!

    Anyway all is installed and well on Win 7. Will do Win 8.1 this evening.
     
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    Installed on win7 and 8.1, both with archives.

    Nothing to report...

    ...everything just... works :)
     
  7. Acadia

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    Has anyone noticed exceedingly long finalizing times since installing this new build? Creating new archives are very fast for me including finalizing, but when updating an established archive finalizing many times takes a couple of minutes, even longer.

    Thanks,
    Acadia
     
  8. billwv

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    Last update of Archive (15 GB) -- copy took 1.5 minutes, finalize took 2.5 minutes.

    But, it varies, sometimes fast -- 2 seconds -- sometimes slow for similar updates...

    Bill
     
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