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  1. freaksavior

    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    has anyone used it? what will it allow you to backup?

    I need to reformat my mothers dell machine and she has a bunch of stuff. I do not want to copy and past it all.

    She uses quicken so would it back that up? itunes library pictures documents ect.
     
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    freaksavior To infinity ... and beyond!

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    if i do the bakp can i restore it on the final build?
     
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    Haven't used it but sounds like it based on Backup and Restore Center info found here. Says you can choose what files and folders if you want and also mentions a system image. Quicken has it's own backup option under one of the menus, use that too. I have for my mom and it's a breeze. Just reinstall app and use Restore in Quicken.
     
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    You can try Paragon Drive Backup 9 Express. It is available free of cost in x86 & x64 bit flavor and supports backup and restore of whole drive, partition or whatever. It also support bootable CD/DVD and bootable flash in case you need it.
     

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