Active@ Disk Image - a PC backup solution for an entire computer or any sets of PC disks, including operating system, applications and user files. A backup image may be stored on a USB drive, network storage, burned directly to CD/DVD/BR discs, or kept on any other media.
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 (bootable CD/USB) as a program component helps you bring a dead system back to life to restore a Windows system disk.
-Create and restore a disk image without having to restart the computer (in most cases).
-Optionally select only those sectors that contain useful information. The resulting disk image is smaller and it takes less time to create.
-Store a disk image in a local file, on a network drive or burn directly on CD/DVD.
-Create an exact (sector-by-sector) image for data recovery scenarios or for backing up partitions with unknown file systems.
-Make a disk image from any Windows-based hard disk, for example IDE, SCSI, USB, FireWire, PC Card.
-Backup data from basic disks or dynamic disks.
-Configure image compression to make a balance between archive size and recording speed.
-Create an image of several disk partitions at the same time and store them in one archive.
-Restore selected disk, partition or individual files from the archive.
-Run Active@ Disk Image from [email protected] Disk to perform all disk image operations no matter what installed operating system is present.
-Setup an unattended imaging of a computer using scheduling.
-Simple procedures using easy-to-follow wizards.
-Record operations logs.
-Split a disk image into several files to make file handling easier.
-Use password protection for security.
-Exclude page files and hibernate file to improve recording speed and reduce backup file size.
-Easily transfer system and program files to several workstations with disk or partition cloning.
Windows 2003 Server (32/64-bit), Vista (32/64-bit), XP (32/64-bit)
Pentium II or more processor or compatible
64 MB RAM (384 MB when running from Active@ Boot Disk)
CD/DVD drive (recommended)