Looking for reliable Backup / Imaging software

  Dan 17:57 06 Mar 04
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Can people give me ideas of good BackUp/Imaging software they've had experience of using.

I've been hunting throughout the net and whilst I find plenty of titles; Ghost, Drive Image, Go Back (all now under Symantec since it absorbed Powerquest), Acronis True Image, BackUp Wolf, etc.

I'm having a heck of a time finding a piece of software universally accepted as doing the job well, being easy to use (and having reasonable support).

Cheers for ideas.

  woodchip 18:01 06 Mar 04

My best is as follows,Drive Image,Acronis True Image

  LastChip 18:03 06 Mar 04

Go Back for some, can be problematic.

The two universally (I think) leader's have to be Ghost and Drive Image.

Personally, I use Ghost and haven't had a problem. Others swear by Drive Image.

  jimv7 18:24 06 Mar 04

Norton ghost, with it you can image your hard drive as a bootable cd, span the image across multiple cd's, copy hard drive to hard drive, as in the case of a new drive, copy partition to partition to name but a few.

  Dan 18:23 11 Mar 04

It was pretty much a toss up between Acronis, Drive Image and Ghost, so I finally picked Ghost.

Which introduces a new question, but wraps this one up.

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