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DriveClone 3.1



Released:2007-11-12
License:$39.99
Publisher:FarStone Technology
Language:English, Chinese
Platform:Vista, Windows
Requirements:Intel Pentium 133, 512 MB RAM, 100 MB free hard drive space
Install:Install and Uninstall
Downloads:1581
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Publisher's Description:

DriveClone - Make an exact copy of your hard drive, including system settings and partition information, and save it as a compressed image to CD, DVD, or to an external hard drive. Copy your disk image onto a new hard drive for rapid recovery from hard disk failure or to upgrade your system with better hardware. DriveClone lets you quickly recover, replace, or upgrade your hard drive in case of any catastrophic data disaster. Your software, files, and settings will appear exactly as they were when you created the hard drive image or clone. Simple enough for a home user, DriveClone still has plenty of features for the system administrator, who can copy a single cloned image onto multiple computer systems, dramatically reducing the time needed to install new software, configure settings, and load data. DriveClone's incremental backup automatically updates saved disk images in order to keep data current. The software allows you to perform most imaging and backup tasks without ever leaving Windows.

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Version 3.1 from 2007-11-12

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Latest User Reviews:

Robbie508 2009-05-18 16:51:03 #
Version: 3.1

Hi all, i purchased driveclone3 on cd, when i went to install, it seemed ok until reboot time then all i end up with is a time out blue screen and then comp wouldn't reboot, then tried the download and that done the same thing, driveclone3 seems to be a total disaster,
cheers,
Rob.



Bill.bouthilet 2008-07-29 07:46:43 #
Version: 3.1

Undetermined results

Needed a program to clone a bootable flash drive. This program did not work.



antonetty 2008-02-16 20:24:55 #
Version: 3.1

Clone?

Clone will not clone a clone. I clone a c: drive to d: drive. Then I booted from d: drive and removed clone software.
Then I cloned e: drive from d: drive.
E: drive wont boot.



Keith Hall 2006-10-19 20:42:17 #
Version: 3.1

Satisfied (but stupid) user

You have a great product it seems to do what it is expected to do without fuss, you have also resisted the inclusion of "extras" which only increase file size, and the hardware requirements, as well as the time needed to load and execute.

My only real problem is that I use your product on a laptop and the touch pad does not seem to function with it. The use of the tab key got me round that little inconvenience.

I did however make a mega stupid mistake. My intention was to produce an exact copy of my hard disk, I was going to make radical changes to the operating system and wanted an easy go back method. Like a fool I decided to clone my drive onto a USB external drive that already had data on it. Assuming that this data would be safeguarded. As you well know cloning completely removes other stuff on the drive (I also am now a much wiser individual). It would have been helpful if at least you had given a warning before this nasty event happened, there is also no mention in the minimalist reference/user manual.

As I said before a great product that I would recommend to people, after giving them a chat about the difference between backup and clone.

Now I am looking for a piece of software to restore my USB drive, any suggestions?

Thanking you in anticipation

Keith Hall


Author's Response:
Thanks for your feedback, Keith. DriveClone 3 will be coming out in less than a month, and will address many of the shortcomings of DriveClone 2. For instance, you'll be able to do all cloning within Windows, and incremental backup will allow you to quickly update an existing cloned image.

As to the problem that you mention, you might try r-Tools or some similar utility that does true data recovery (recovery of data lost prior to software installation). Or you might want to go to www.farstone.com and send a message to our tech support people at FarStone. They've dealt with just about every scenario under the sun!

Best of luck,

Peter Losh
FarStone Marketing




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