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NT40 Backup Utilities

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by sidvail, Apr 15, 2004.

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  1. sidvail

    sidvail Thread Starter

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    Does anyone have an idea for a good backup utility for NT 4.0? My boss wants to do away with tape back up, and use only Hard drives. I cannot find any reference to this ability in NT, so assume I will need a third party utility to accomplish it.

    I need to back up the complete hard drive to a different machine, unattended. Is this possible? And which is a good inexpensive utility?

    Thank you.
    Sid
     
  2. crjdriver

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    You can use any of the image software programs available. My favorite is Acronis True Image 7. I think there is a test / eval version you can download. You can schedule a backup at any time. It runs from within windows; no need to reboot.
     
  3. sidvail

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    crjdriver,
    Thanks. I will look into the Acronis 7. I love True image, but have been using version 6, which doesn't have scheduled backup. That program rocks. :)
     
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    Version 7 is a big improvement over 6. It will let you do an incremental backup as well as schedule one when you want.
     
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