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The new drive started BitLockering as soon as I tried to connect to work. Some photos are in Picasa – I’m still running old offer from Google 20Gb just for 4$ per year. They are just on every hard drive I ever had. FileHistory does not warn you when it fails to backup a file, or if it decides to just stop working. his comment is here

I use the builtin Windows backup to backup my desktop. Windows 8.1 System Image Backup doesn't provide any obvious way to delete old backups. Control of the number or extent/age of copies to keep is a broad brush - 3 months for all? I had a HP home server for many years. http://www.sevenforums.com/backup-restore/233468-system-image-backup-strategies-thoughts.html

Login or register to post comments WinObs Follow on Apr 10, 2015 The license for Windows 7 on your HP Pro Book is likely an OEM license which means it can It takes an age and a lot of CPU grunt to make all those 200MB ZIP files. They were very frustrating experiences, but at the end of the day I got all my stuff back. You do need to pay an annual fee to use off-site storage services, but we highly recommend adding this to your arsenal.

I've seen a number of tutorials on the web on "how to create a system image backup on windows 8.1" that have folks going to a PowerShell prompt to start a Windows 7 Files Backup was removed with Win81. The "perfect solution" for this would be to have complete backups that are taken periodically/automatically and can restored at any time while the system is running. Not that they don't have enough of those already.SeanWednesday, 08 December 2010 15:06:46 UTCOMG!You're ever so funny!!!I love your blog!!!!!!!!Shimmy WeitzhandlerWednesday, 08 December 2010 16:29:22 UTCSo Scott,How did you complete your

Can I use image backup in Asus to load win7 and everything which i had on my probook? Reply Ron Lund March 16, 2016 at 2:07 pm # From your favorite recommendation I decided to give CrashPlan a try. But if they can be done with the daily tools, also it's very welcome. => As I didn't do anything related to full backups this is still open. All the registry crap, uninstall/reinstalls, and general day to day things that go on behind the scenes in the backup end up giving Windows a bad name.

The drive I designated yesterday was not indicated as the selected drive. Hopefully the other vendors will still be selling their WHS boxes.anotherlab.rajapet.netThursday, 16 December 2010 18:35:35 UTCWhat do you have Your dektop that lets create groups for icons?PeriThursday, 16 December 2010 20:19:59 Yes, most folks that have WHS probably have more than one computer. It's certainly easier to backup files and given everyone's emphasis on the cloud, while I disagree with them, I can see their perspective.Scott HanselmanTuesday, 24 September 2013 07:45:08 UTC5 TB!?

That's not a happy thought. And of course, the new drive was bigger...After a couple off failed tries restoring just created Windows Image Backups with the Windows Setup DVD (Windows Restore was not able to Access The "perfect solution" for this would be to have complete backups that are taken periodically/automatically and can restored at any time while the system is running. Consider them as first stage possibilities for getting a minor problem sorted - such as missing files, or a fall-back facility to get a working system back to an earlier stage.

I didn`t loose any data (yet) but Windows won't start. this content Not in a CD collection. Windows (and apps) do (and will) continue to update automatically.Scott HanselmanFriday, 11 October 2013 14:35:18 UTCHi Scott! It is never connected to a machine unless it is being used for backups or recovery.Tom BolandFriday, 22 November 2013 19:02:15 UTCI've been chasing this problem for some time now (I'm

And the USB recovery drive facility will (if you are lucky) help you start to get your system back to the state when you took that backup. So if you play minecraft add your .minecraft folder to a library.I do have a question. I'm really out of luck.KelpsThursday, 09 December 2010 10:57:29 UTCI almost installed a Linux besides my Windows. "Grub boot loader" some times, cases me to solve some problems which I should http://pspdesktops.com/system-image/windows-7-system-image-backup.html Only out is re-install 8.0 then 8.1.

Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. It's planned that all Devices (1 Notebook running Windows 8.1, 1 Hackintosh running Mavericks and Windows 7, 1 Cubox-i4Pro running OpenELEC and several Raspberry Pis) will use a single "local" OpenMediaVault Safe in DropBox and syncing from the cloud to my machine as we speak, Dear Reader.

This gets me local image-based backup, or individual file history restores PLUS the redundant off-site backup for the low-low price of some extra external drives to park at my dad's house.Of

However, Windows has evolved, and today Windows 10 has new built-in tools that make it simple to have backups of your photos, documents, and other sensitive data. Data Backup and Disaster Recovery Software.All Rights Reserved. I think this is just a symptom (albeit painful) of the growing pains that go along with the *young* SSD. The file history backup runs just fine.No other problem seeing the NSA Raid 1 drives as a network drive, stores everything.Help, Microsoft is no help.Michael BrownTuesday, 05 November 2013 15:50:50 UTCI

Maybe try using static IPs for your VMs?NickTuesday, 24 September 2013 12:40:22 UTCNick,Not sure, I know in the brief time I've played with Hyper-V I had to do an Ad-Hoc network Unbelievable.Is your old SSD drive encrypted? Maybe it's not dead, yet.Hannes KochnißWednesday, 08 December 2010 12:55:15 UTCScott,Can you talk about how safe you feel with putting your personal stuff up on a cloud backup? http://pspdesktops.com/system-image/windows-7-system-image-backup-failed-not-enough-disk-space.html PS Maybe my harddrive is really broken.tourretiredMonday, 18 November 2013 18:06:54 UTCThe new Windows 8.1 file recovery makes you use an entire drive per machine.

He is a failed stand-up comic, a cornrower, and a book author. If your drive were to fail, you can use it to get up and running quickly. All my drives are BitLockered and use TPM+PIN as well. Still, I figure I have a few years before my EX495 dies or becomes obsolete.

Having a good backup strategy is important. I simply got enough "spare" RPi around so they would be my number one choice for the task - though I'm waiting for something like Compulab's Fitlet to be available (here My wishlist for the backups on the "local" OMV would look like this: - If possible I want as less user interaction as possible - especially regarding the daily backups. of a facility may well not be usable under version 10 - and you'll need to have something running 08 to read the 07 file version in order to get a

Is there an easy recipe to configure the network like VirtualBox's default does? The goal of this backup would be to have an image of the complete system partition to be used by recovery tools for a full restoration of the system partition. -