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StingRayZ

incremental backup to image drive, help

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Hi all been awhile since I have posted on here (do alot of lurking though).

I have a hard drive that is a backup drive that is an image of my C:, I have tested it to boot up and all works ok.

What program or method would be best to be able to make incremental backups to it including new software that I have installed or anything that has been added to my main C: ?

I have made the image so if something fails (windows :knuppel2:) on my main C: drive I can just swap them out and remake the image (obviously) but my backup image is way out of date.

Thanks in advance.

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good question StingRayZ , what OS are you running ? ,  I use ASR in windows XP .pro ,and do a ASR  (auto system recovery )  to a second hard drive once a month,

it works well , but leaves me a possible month adrift ,  never done a incremental back up , so a good topic , and I wiil  be very interested in the replies ,

this surely must be a #1 for all puter users , bur rarely gets a mention on the forum ?

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Oh yea forgot, running xp pro. I used drive image xml to create it but since I did a drive to drive image I can not do an incremental backup since I did not use xml format to backup. Yes it will be interested to hear what others do. I don't like backing up to a proprietary format but rather backup the same as copying and pasting a file.

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