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Just curious...-RobRob SederWednesday, 08 December 2010 13:15:17 UTCWhat did you do/install to have your icons in containers on your desktop like that?Don KitchenWednesday, 08 December 2010 13:18:49 UTCDidn't you have to View all posts by Brian Burgess → Don't Miss a Single Tip! I have 2.7TB of space. By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our Cookie Policy. weblink

When is this going to stop? We're not getting good business decsions here. They were pretty evenly distributed, I can't really blame one of them more than the other. Login or register to post comments Deerayl on Apr 10, 2014 I know this is an old topic, but I have a question.

I can say though, that this is the fourth time that having a drive image (not just files backups) have had me typing on the same machine that died the very Reply Ron Lund March 16, 2016 at 2:07 pm # From your favorite recommendation I decided to give CrashPlan a try. I still find it incredulous that such a decision was made.Also, how about getting the WHS team to support TrueCrypt full disk encryption?

The file history backup runs just fine.No other problem seeing the NSA Raid 1 drives as a network drive, stores everything.Help, Microsoft is no help.Michael BrownTuesday, 05 November 2013 15:50:50 UTCI And in the search results, under Settings, choose the renamed Windows 7 File Recovery. Called Asus tech support and he confirmed others having same problem. The other evening I decided I want to play old game from my school days.

Theoretically, this makes it easy to get the latest known good drivers from WHS so you can easily restore onto a bare drive. I don't care whose cloud, pick one. What about your installed software? https://www.storagecraft.com/support/forum/backup-strategies At the moment I do a full "offline" backup using a Windows 98 BartPE CD running Acronis Trueimage and manually backup everything to a USB HDD.

That was on that little 100 meg partition. Again, we can't stress enough how important backing up your data is, whether it's your phone, tablet, or PC. FileHistory does not warn you when it fails to backup a file, or if it decides to just stop working. For now will see if I can get myself into a trouble again and what it would cost if it happens.

Login or register to post comments krok on Jan 11, 2013 This method did not work for me. https://forum.acronis.com/forum/37586 I wrote about that process inWindows 8 Tip: Create Recovery Media. This can be done nightly, or you can test for the day of the week to start this script, etc. It is horribly unstable.On top of that, my Windows Home Server corrupted all my backups.

Backups always work. have a peek at these guys I lost almost all my personal data and backups. One thing that I'm keeping in mind is that I have my network storage server directly connected to my computer, and this is because usually network-based devices are not recognized unless Disclaimer: The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions and do not represent my employer's view in any way.

However, not all of us do. The idea of having virtual machince ready is smart! Richard FrischWednesday, 08 December 2010 22:14:19 UTCI know an expect a spindle HDD to eventually fail, but they're pretty reliable for many years in most cases unless you are rough on check over here Holy fsck.Augustin JuricicTuesday, 24 September 2013 08:30:51 UTCMy win 8 system seem to forget the file history drive every time I run the system image tool.

Login or register to post comments sockatume on Dec 7, 2012 I'm not keen on the deprecation of Windows 7 Backup. In Windows 8 (8.0, that is) it's kind of hard to find System Image Backup. If only there was a way to use the system image backup capabilities from Windows 7 in Windows 8.

The ones I changed?

I wanted to see if the machine was hung or not. I've got most things in the cloud or automatically backed up to external drives. The new drive started BitLockering as soon as I tried to connect to work. Login or register to post comments sockatume on Dec 10, 2012 I think Paul outlined it pretty well above: it's no longer a supported feature of the OS.

I think that's where it's all going to end up and concepts such as the continuous backup will become more commonplace. Reply Ziggy March 16, 2016 at 6:18 pm # Previous experience has taught me not to rely too heavily on system restore or image backup, though at times they have been Could you walk over and personally leave them a "This is a bad idea" note? http://webgeninfosystems.com/system-image/using-a-system-image.html You guys make it, but I bet most of Microsoft doesn't even know about it.

A basic non-cloud-based personal backup strategy On Losing Data and a Family Backup Strategy Windows 8, Step 0 - Turn on continuous backups via File History Automatically Backup your Gmail account Why do I need to revert to obsure registry keys and and GUIDs when trying to clean up an uninstall or a misbehaving application?I'm glad you got your system working, but Then decide what backups are appropriate - For me that is TODO (FREE) for Drive, partition or OS restore - with it's file options. (there are many alternatuives - Paragon backup&recovery I keep my data backed up and figure the time it takes me to resurrect a machine - install the OS, the apps, the updates, and the personalization - is equivalent

Optionally - it can ‘remember' the key - depends on your ‘security' wishes. groovyPost InfoAbout Contact Privacy Policy Terms of Service Staff Subscribe Donate Search our Archives of over 5000+ Articles! © 2007 - 2016 groovyPost LLC | All Rights Reserved

Forums Submit In the future the backups should be stored on the OMV station. What is the solution to completing the system backup?BillThursday, 28 November 2013 17:33:48 UTCBob (Altman):After dating my backups, on my Passport backup drive I have folders like:WindowsImageBackup_20131115utc000700/WindowsImageBackup_20131115utc143700/WindowsImageBackup_20131116utc131046/WindowsImageBackup_20131117utc131129/WindowsImageBackup_20131118utc131215/WindowsImageBackup_20131120utc131201/WindowsImageBackup_20131121utc131152/WindowsImageBackup_20131122utc131128/WindowsImageBackup_20131123utc131137/WindowsImageBackup_20131124utc131140/WindowsImageBackup_20131125utc131120/WindowsImageBackup_20131126utc131221/WindowsImageBackup_20131127utc131311/WindowsImageBackup_20131128utc131420/I have to "move" WindowsImageBackup

If I needed to totally reinstall Windows from scratch, I can get back up and working in about an hour without using a complete System Image.