6:39 PMActive Disk Image Professional Corporate 5.1
Active Disk Image Professional Corporate 5.1 | 140.85 Mb
Active@ Disk Image creates an exact copy, called an "image," of the physical or logical PC disk, which lets you restore your system or transfer it to another hard drive in a matter of minutes. The program works in the background using disk shadow copies that allows the creation of disk images on-the-fly (without stopping a workstation or server). Disk images may be compressed, password protected, and split into chunks.
Active@ Disk Image is a disk image software that makes an exact copy of any PC disks (HDD, SSD, USB, CD, DVD, Blu-ray etc. . . ) and stores it into a folder. The disk images may be used for backups, PC upgrades or disk duplication purposes.
In case of computer failure, a backup image may be used to recover your computer system or find & restore any necessary files from within an image.
Active@ Boot Disk Lite is a rescue disk available as a bootable CD-ROM or USB stick for restoring your system completely.
Create Backup Disk Image & Raw Disk Image
Active@ Disk Image creates two types of disk images:
# Backup Disk Image is used for backup of entire computer or any PC disks, and contains occupied sectors only.
# Raw Disk Image contains an identical copy of every disk sectors. It can be used for backup of non-Windows systems and future data recovery (using Active@ Undelete).
Back up to almost any media
CD-R, CD-RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+R DL (Dual Layer), USB and FireWire devices, network drives, Zip and Jaz drives, HD DVD and Blu-ray Discs supported.
Schedule a backup
Schedule the regular making of a disk image.
Bootable Disk. CD, DVD, USB stick.
Active@ Boot Disk Creator helps you create a bootable CD, DVD or USB mass storage device
Supports Tablet and Netbook computers using Windows 7 Edition
Windows Servers are supported
Windows 2003/2008 Server and SBS (32-bit & 64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit & 64-bit), Windows XP (32-bit & 64-bit) & Windows 7 (32-bit & 64-bit) are supported
Home Page - http://www.disk-image.net/
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