ISR software in Win 7 64 bit?

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by wideglide36, Apr 30, 2011.

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  1. wideglide36

    wideglide36 Registered Member

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    Hey guys,

    I just bought a new lap top and it came with Win 7 Premium and 64 bit.

    I was just wondering what ISR software some of you guys are using with a similar set up as mine.

    I'm using FD-ISR on my Win XP desktop and I saw that it's possible to configure it and use it with Win 7 64 bit, but as it is no longer supported I thought about trying some other software.

    Any free ones available?

    If not, I would guess maybe Keriver one click restore may work for me.

    I've also heard good things about Roll Back/Eaz-Fix.

    Any others I should consider?

    Thanks.
     
  2. Woody777

    Woody777 Registered Member

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    I had FDISR also & I did not want to mess with trying to change the boot files, so I tried 1 Click restore yes that works just great, its an imaging app but seems to work almost the same except you must wait while the computer restores the image.
     
  3. wideglide36

    wideglide36 Registered Member

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    Thanks Woody,

    I may give 1 click restore a try.

    I saw that there is a free version as well.

    I'll probably give the free version a go and then upgrade to the Pro version if all goes well.

    Thanks again.
     
  4. moontan

    moontan Registered Member

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    1 Click Restore is 'only' an imaging app.

    and creating the base 'snapshot' is painfully slow.
    it took me over 25 minutes to create when it takes IFW about 5 minutes. :rolleyes:
     
  5. wideglide36

    wideglide36 Registered Member

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    Now I'm a little confused.

    I thought that 1 click restore was a lot like FD-ISR in that it took snapshots that were located on another partition.

    I am really only looking for an ISR app, so would you say that I should not go with 1 click restore then?

    I think I'm being confused by the word "restore". I sort of relate it to "recovery".

    I know, two different words.

    I'll have to investigate 1 click restore a little more. I know that there are a few threads on here concerning 1 click restore.

    Thanks for your input.
     
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