7tools Partition Imager 2005
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7tools Partition Imager 2005 affords everything you may need to backup your data. With the new backup-to-CD function you may be 100% SURE that, whatever happens, your documents and programs will be safe and within your reach. It also provides the remote management over LAN through TCP/IP or IPX network protocols and allows to backup, clone or split any partitions of your hard disk, even rare ones and unknown by the program.
7Tools Partition Imager can create backup images and place them on both local drives and removable media, such as ZIP, JAZ, MO, or network drives. It also includes the SID changing utility and can split the backup images (used automatically for removable medias).
Muliticast option, included in the program, allows to copy the partition/or disk image to dozens of PCs across the network. It happens at the same time so it takes much less time than loading image to each workstation.
New options make the program even more secure and convenient - fast copying algorithm speeds up copying process in several times. (Partition Imager 2005 copies only necessary data without using operating system file I/O functions) , sector-by-sector copy allows you to MIRROR you drive – copy all sectors, even those marked as unused. You can copy even to damaged disks! Copying to the hard disks with bad sectors Partition Imager 2005 automatically arranges data to avoid bad sectors.
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Price $ 39.95 / 39.95 Euro
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File size: 5263 Kb
Install support: Install and Uninstall
OS: Win95, Win98, WinME, WinXP, WinNT 4.x, Windows2000, MS-DOS
System requirements: AT Compatible computer with 386 CPU or better; 8 MB of RAM; 1.44 MB floppy diskette drive; EGA or VGA graphic card; IDE or SCSI Hard drives with Int13H BIOS support; Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP installation
Language: English, German, German
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