Macrium Reflect 7.1.2885

Paramount Software UK Ltd - 3.6 MB ( Non-Commercial Freeware)



Macrium Reflect helps users, even the inexperienced ones, to protect their computer from a possible crash by backing up their system in a very easy manner.

Macrium Reflect is a program that backs up the system, in a easy manner.

It creates images (Ghost) or disk images of the system, copies, compress and records the entire PC on a partition, or on a storage medium, for a recovery from a crash.

It is possible to provide backup and recovery with simple clicks. More advanced users will benefit from export opportunities in xml format and management of Visual Basic scripts.

Modules with password protection and restoration are also included. The application supports most storage devices (CD, DVD, USB flash drive, removable hard drive) as well as NTFS, FAT and ext2 systems. Automatically regular backups can be scheduled using the planning function.

Title:
Macrium Reflect 7.1.2885
File Size:
3.6 MB
Requirements:
Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Language:
en-us
License:
Non-Commercial Freeware
Date Added:
01 Feb 2018
Publisher:
Paramount Software UK Ltd
Homepage:
http://www.macrium.com
MD5 Checksum:
34DD9AC54EA619DC7F84A602F662528A

Missing files reported when mounting backups:
When mounting backup files, if required files are missing from the backup set then the original file names are now listed in the error message box.
Bug Fixes:
Synthetic Full re-started backup sets:
If all incremental images are deleted from a backup set with a synthetic full image, and the set is 're-started' by creating another Incremental then the error 'Invalid Parameter' would occur when mounting the Incremental image file. Additionally, a restore of this Incremental may result in the Full being restored. This has been resolved.
ReDeploy improvements for NVMe host controllers:
When migrating a system to an NVMe booting device, ReDeploy required the user to specify vendor drivers for this hardware, even when the target OS has native support. This has been resolved.
Macrium viBoot:
When running on systems configured in any language other than English, Macrium viBoot would sometimes fail to display information about virtual machines. This has been resolved.




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