The hard disk is the most vulnerable part of your computer. If you've ever had a disk crash, you'll know what a nightmare scenario it is to lose everything. Creating an image of your disk or partition is the best way to protect your data from disk failure or accidental deletion of personal files. In this tutorial I’ll take you through the steps to Create Partition Backup with R-Drive Image.
- Download R-Drive Image, you have a 15-day trial of the program.
- Install and launch R-Drive Image, you need to enter the purchased license key, or just click Next on the first introductory wizard page.
- Select the "Create an Image" button in R-Drive Image main interface.
- Click on all the disks and partitions you want to include to backup image.
- Select a destination path to save the backup image file.
- The Image Options page allows you to configure compression level, image verification, encryption and many other options.
- R-Drive Image is able to make applications run before and after all backup operations. If you are not familiar with the options, just click on Next.
- Verify that the information on the Processing panel, and then click the Start button.
You can also make a "sector by sector" backup (or RAW backup) for data recovery. For more details please refer to Backup entire system for data recovery with R-Drive Image.
Creating an image of your disk or partition is the best way to protect your data from disk failure or accidental deletion of personal files. Incremental images only store the changes made since the last base image. To restore an incremental image, you need the last complete image as well as all the following images recording any changes. In this tutorial I’ll take you through the steps to Update disk image and create incremental backup with R-Drive Image.
Creating an image of your disk or partition is the best way to protect your data from disk failure or accidental deletion of personal files. Differential images compare present data with the last complete image and store only the changes. The first "successive" image after the complete image is always a differential image. To restore a differential image, you will need both the complete image and the differential image. In this tutorial I’ll take you through the steps to Update disk image and create differential backup with R-Drive Image.
In all areas of life, in all types of industries, data is your key to success. Data, your most valuable asset, can be lost due to many different reasons. Creating an image of your partition is the best way to protect your data or operating system from disk failure or accidental deletion of critical files. After creating the backup image, you should consider validating the archives using the Image for DOS to make sure that you use the backups while working in the recovery environment. This tutorial will walk you through the steps to Validate Backup image with R-Drive Image DOS Recovery Environment.
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