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R-Drive Image - utilita to create a disk image files and data backup. A disk image file contains exact, "byte for byte" copy of your hard disk, partition or disk ligicheskogo can be created without having to reboot the computer and with different levels of data compression. These drive image files can be stored in a variety of places, including removable media such as CD-R (W) / DVD, Iomega Zip or Jazz disks. R-Drive Image restores the images on the original disks, on any other partitions or free space on the disk without rebooting. To restore system and other locked partitions R-Drive Image is switched to the pseudo-graphic mode directly from Windows or bootable version of the program from the CD or diskettes.
Using R-Drive Image, you can completely and rapidly restore your system after heavy data loss caused by system failure, virus attack or hardware failure. You can also use R-Drive Image for mass system deployment when you need one already set up a system of many identical computers. In other words, you can manually setup one system only, create an image and then deploy it on other computers, saving time and money. If you need to restore only certain files, image can be attached as a virtual disk and with it, ie directly from the disk image easily copied using Windows Explorer or other file utilities.
New features R-Drive Image in version 4
- Back-up kits. Backup set is a collection of files, images, objects (usually created in incremental / differential mode), processed R-Drive Image in its entirety. They are used to flexibly control the parameters of various backup tasks and allow for the intended image files, disk space, the number of stored files and the time within which to store backups.
- Support for Windows Vista 64-bit processors. The new version of R-Drive Image supports all operating systems Windows Vista and 64-bit processors.
- Speed up operations in image creation and disc copy. Added asynchronous I / O and distributed the zlib compression library and other facilities. The operation resulted in image creation and disc copy had increased to 200.
- Differential imaging. In differential mode, when you create a backup disk by comparing the current data with 128-bit hash of the original data without reading the main image. In any case this accelerates the process of creating an image, but also no need to change the original discs when writing the image to CD / DVD.
- Incremental creation mode. Added a new differential mode.
- A bootable module can be written to CD / DVD disc together with the image. It became possible to use a bootable CD / DVD drive and to restore the system.
- Supports the backup volume using the Volume Shadow Copy Service (Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service). When you create a snapshot of the database in real-time server Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Oracle, etc. notified before backup. The technology allows synchronizing the servers' database and make correct copies of quick data.
- Dynamic Disks and BSD partitions (BSD slices). Lets you make backups of dynamic disks and BSD partitions, conserve and restore. This property is supported in both Windows and bootable CD version of R-Drive Image. You can create a disk image or partition of any type, and then restore the image back to a dynamic or basic disk. However, if you restore that image can not change the size or other characteristics of the disk image being restored. When a dynamic disk image is restored to a normal disk, the basic disk can not be converted to dynamic.
- Flexible control over CD / DVD. Allows limiting the writing speed and cache the ISO file.
- Improved file format of the disk image.
- Writing to NTFS partitions. Version R-Drive Image, loaded from CD / DVD (developed at the core of Linux), supports writing to NTFS partitions as well, as does the Windows version of R-Drive Image.
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