I guess will have to wait.
Trial Drive Cloner Rx before buying it. For one thing, it doesn' t work properly on many drives - particularly SSDs. Check the HDS forums for others' experiences.How is everything working for you friend?
Thinking about getting the Drive Cloner Rx too, they have it only till today for $19.50 , and i think $9 for maintenance.
Yes, i was reading about it, and notice version 2018 they say, but it is normally ver 6 witch is a old version from many years ago.Trial Drive Cloner Rx before buying it. For one thing, it doesn' t work properly on many drives - particularly SSDs. Check the HDS forums for others' experiences.
HDS has not updated Drive Cloner Rx in many years. There are many fixes that need to be made.
This is a nice trick to TRIM the SSD.With the latest versions (10+) , you can just turn RX off (via tray icon), reboot, then make a backup of the system or TRIM an SSD.
I wouldn't be waiting on that. I once pulled my primary drive with Rollback Rx installed and it crashed my whole machine. From what I know, the hard drive needs to be constantly connected, which would be problematic if you pulled that ext. hdd to use elsewhere and it bricked the whole machine.This is a nice trick to TRIM the SSD.
But i still want RX to have the option to store the snapshot to an external device.
As i see not still available in Version 11.
So Macrium CAN backup Rollback RX snapshots then ?Snapshots arent backups, they are like virtual partitions requiring the original system MBR, so what you asking isnt feasable, that is why they made DriveCloner.
All you can do for now is to do a backup of them with DriveCloner, Macrium or Image For Windows.