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Frankly, I haven't noticed any difference in the versions. I
assume it mainly shows up in the recovery environment, or maybe in
the Linux versions. The windows component seems to work the same
either way, and since I have multiple computers, I've been able to
fix all my problems without having to use the recovery environment
On 6/11/2020 06:54, Klaus Vielhauer
I will try it. There are 2 options:
one is graphical and the other has
keyboard access. Any advice would be wellcome.
On 6/10/2020 10:44 PM, Chris Hill
Hello. I was talking about the program "Image for Windows" by
terabyte unlimited, not the program built into windows itself.
In fact, both will allow you to restore a hard disk from an
image, but the first has a lot more flexibility. With the
Terabyte Unlimited product you can do incremental and
differential backups, as well as easily restore just one file if
that is what you need to do, you can even view the contents of
your saved image files.
The image program built into windows will allow you to restore a
hard disk if and only if the drive is the same size, which makes
it rather useless. Besides that, it is likely going away in a
future windows release.
On 6/10/2020 09:03, Klaus Vielhauer wrote:
the Image program that is included in Windows does not work
in case of a harddisk failure.
I am looking for a solution that also covers such a problem.
On 6/10/2020 12:50 AM, Chris Hill wrote:
I gave Up on them five years ago for
an accessibility try image for windows instead
On Jun 9, 2020, at 17:38, Klaus
at the install screen there is no speech and I had to
Does anyone use this program successfully?