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Programs for uncompressed incremental backup


keithpld

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My old Western Digital hard drive came with Retrospect 6.5 backup software, which won't run on my new computer with Windows 7.

On my old computer I had previously programmed Retrospect to do a daily incremental backup which gave me an exact uncompressed copy of my hard drive.

I am looking for recommendations for good backup software that will do the same thing and is compatible with Windows 7. Someone has mentioned Acronis - not sure if this does uncompressed, someone else mentioned Second Copy, which I'm pretty sure does. Any other thoughts?

Keith

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Forum Editor

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If you want to keep things simple

Take a look at this

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john bunyan

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lapwlover

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Trust backup software on the market, such as todo backup ,nova, macruim .They are more versatility software than windows 7. Schedule backup set, incremental backup, differential backup. you can set uncompressed copy by yourself. Personally, I use todo backup free in my windows 7.

Differential/Incremental backup and automatic backup

Save PC to a safe place - FTP, CD/DVD, Network

Restore system to dissimilar hardware

Explore backup contents & selective restore

it is terrific!

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Mike_tech

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Try Handy Backup, it's a good incremental backup software for Windows.

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