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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #30 on: January 03, 2011, 07:20:42 AM »
Anyway while i wait for a reply on the EASUS forum i will take a look at their competition.


Darth you've got a reply at EASEUS forum they're wait for your respond and when you make a bootable CD does it have a PE plugin for the v2.0, because I've been told its linux-based boot disk(image) is not very good ???

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Be very careful about Paragon Backup & Recovery 2010 Free Advanced because on Wilders Security Forum under Paragon Drive Backup Product Line many people having a lot of problems with this product.

Any way I having trouble to choose which product really do save my hairy @RSE ;D


Edit:- I'll sit and wait for Darth Mikey after he done all the complete test and I'm sure he might recommend a free product IF I can trust him ;D GOD CRIKEY!
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #31 on: January 03, 2011, 10:41:21 AM »
@Tech: Sorry to hear that. In all my years working with computers i've only once had a hdd die on me. Had alot of data on it and i could never get it back. Did not have it backed up unfortunately. I don't know how your image files get corrupted though, care to explain ? Bad sectors or something ? No actually forget it, we are allready off-topic and will then get even more off-topic, we can discuss for a whole year on how to protect your pc from power surges, what kind of different methods there are for backing up, what strategies etc. This thread is about Easeus Todo...

@Speedy: I replied back, waiting for an answer now...
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #32 on: January 03, 2011, 11:28:43 AM »
I've been told its linux-based boot disk(image) is not very good ???
Why? Linux based CD is the solution of Macrium, Kaspersky/BitDefender/AVG rescue CDs, etc.
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #33 on: January 03, 2011, 11:35:13 AM »
The recovery CD(actually i put it on my USB key) works just fine over here. You have my system specs bellow in my userbar. Yes it's linux based but as i said it works fine. :)

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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #34 on: January 03, 2011, 11:50:03 AM »
I don't know how your image files get corrupted though, care to explain ?
The file can't be opened and so restored. It was validated after being generated. CRC fails? Bad sectors in the USB drive? Who knows...
I don't want, intentionally, say the name of the product as it should be an isolated episode and I don't want to make FUD.
Just that I've tend to trust more in partitions backups than on image ones :)

This thread is about Easeus Todo...
Sorry... we got off topic  ;D
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #35 on: January 03, 2011, 12:24:28 PM »
This thread is about Easeus Todo...
Sorry... we got off topic  ;D

I'm happy for you guys to discuss other different types of free backup software like Paragon Backup & Recovery 2010 Free Advanced and Macrium Reflect FREE Edition, as long as your willing to do a complete report just like what Darth Mikey about EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free I guess it's important that we can find the right free tool software for Home Users for peace of mind backup tool.

Edit:- Darth Mikey you've  have a very short reply from EASEUS forum not much I guess ???
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #36 on: January 03, 2011, 01:04:49 PM »
OK this is ridiculous. Now i can't even boot into the recovery environment, yesterday it worked just fine.  ::)

From their reply on the forum, they say i need to restore 1 partition at a time, this for me is an obvious design flaw and i am done with this program. They need to work on it more...

Speedy check out Macrium please, many users are saying good things about it and we have quite a few forum members using it aswell. True it doesn't have incremental backups but from what i can tell it works as it should. Cannot say the same for Todo.

Me i've finally solved my weird Windows Backup problem so i will be using that for my backups. It's actually quite good even though it isn't very flexible but it will be fine for my needs.  :)

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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #37 on: January 03, 2011, 01:29:19 PM »
There is a good USB booting iso files and Backup/Restore tool.
1. Boot iso from USB: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/boot-multiple-iso-from-usb-multiboot-usb/
2. From there, you have Easeus Copy Disk: http://www.easeus.com/disk-copy/
3. Also, Redo Backup and Recovery: http://redobackup.org/
4. A lot of other partitions tools. Until now, I do not find: a) how to run Macrium iso from there; b) a disk clone that does not clone the partition table also.
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #38 on: January 04, 2011, 01:55:15 AM »
I've decided to choose Paragon Backup & Recovery 2010 Free Advanced a brand new free version http://www.paragon-software.com/home/db-express/ so far good in complete backup and I've also restored my backup, and works like magic no problem and no glitch.............Phew!

Also you can create a bootable USB Flash drive - recover your PC on demand ;)

Finally it has a Rescue Kit Free Edition as well http://www.paragon-software.com/home/rk-express/
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #39 on: January 04, 2011, 02:12:50 AM »
I'm looking for something like that for my new win7 netbook as it doesn't have a CD/DVD so it would need to have a bootable USB option to restore any back-up image. Though I believe Macrium Reflect is also able to do that, http://www.macrium.com/KB/KnowledgebaseArticle50025.aspx.
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #40 on: January 04, 2011, 03:02:22 AM »
Since we're already off topic, has any one considered:
Carbon Copy Cloner ???
http://www.bombich.com/ccc_features.html
Sorry, it was to good to be true but it only works on a Mac
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #41 on: January 04, 2011, 07:25:17 AM »
Though I believe Macrium Reflect is also able to do that, http://www.macrium.com/KB/KnowledgebaseArticle50025.aspx.

DavidR this options is not available for Free Edition, it only available for an complete full paid version for bootable Windows PE.
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #42 on: January 04, 2011, 10:26:21 AM »
Though I believe Macrium Reflect is also able to do that, http://www.macrium.com/KB/KnowledgebaseArticle50025.aspx.

DavidR this options is not available for Free Edition, it only available for an complete full paid version for bootable Windows PE.

http://www.macrium.com/KB/KnowledgebaseArticle50047.aspx bootable linux usb for the free edition
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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #43 on: January 04, 2011, 11:16:22 AM »
I've decided to choose Paragon Backup & Recovery 2010 Free Advanced a brand new free version http://www.paragon-software.com/home/db-express/ so far good in complete backup and I've also restored my backup, and works like magic no problem and no glitch.............Phew!

Also you can create a bootable USB Flash drive - recover your PC on demand ;)

Finally it has a Rescue Kit Free Edition as well http://www.paragon-software.com/home/rk-express/

Very glad to hear that, i have also tried it and from what i can tell it works as advertised. It has a differential backup option(personally i prefer incremental but that's just me) plus a scheduler so that's a big plus. The GUI isn't exactly brilliant but it get's the job done. I'd say this is the most feature rich program of all these free ones. It's certainly worth a try. :)

Like i said though, personally i will be using the in-built Win 7 backup option as i finally got it working 100 percent. Had some weird issues with it before but they are all sorted out now.

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Re: Has anybody tried the latest EASEUS Todo Backup Home v2.0 Free
« Reply #44 on: January 04, 2011, 11:33:32 AM »
I'm looking for something like that for my new win7 netbook as it doesn't have a CD/DVD so it would need to have a bootable USB option to restore any back-up image. Though I believe Macrium Reflect is also able to do that, http://www.macrium.com/KB/KnowledgebaseArticle50025.aspx.
Not really...
Shame that Macrium can't boot from an iso file (in an USB stick) like a lot of others... Will try if I can use UNetbootin to discover the necessary files to use Boot from iso. Post back later.
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