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There are times when a blackout, a short circuit or a hardware failure are able to completely destroy all of your data and your hard disk. If you are paranoid, or you want to store your files in a secure place ,why don’t you backup your entire computer so that, if something happens, you will be able to reinstall everything in a couple of steps? Let’s find out how! DriveImage XML is a free tool able to create Image and Backup of entire logical Drives and Partitions. In this way, not only you will be able to save your private data but if, for any reason, your computer stops working beyond recovery, you will be able to install its content in another machine. Here is a list of its most important features.

  • Backup logical drives and partitions to image files.
  • Browse images, view and extract files.
  • Restore images to the same or a different drive.
  • Restore images to the same or a different drive.

DriveImage XML is compatible with Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Vista and Windows 7 only. The program will backup, image and restore drives formatted with FAT 12, 16, 32 and NTFS.

If you want to download it, click here. Here is other article where I talk about how to safely backup and restore your data.




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2 Comments to “How to backup an entire computer”

  1. tblount Says:

    To be fair…. XML is not a drive clone program.. it’s a backup program. It’s not designed to build a bootable clone of a primary drive or partition.

  2. tblount Says:

    I don’t think you can boot on a drive that has an image created by DriveImage XML … without some manual steps to build the bootmanager files/store. Acronis True Image does work perfectly however.. and there is a free version on the WD website if at least one of your drives is a WD or Segate.

    If you simply copy your bcd file to a new hard drive and try to boot to it… it will seek your primary drive that it was copied from because the quid numbers specify that particular drive. XML does not correct this.. True Image does.


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