Unfortunately can't install AOMEI on my system, so i'm going to stick with O&O.
Too bad thing is having to make a recovery, to tell you that you can not do in the chosen unit.I also had a bad experience with EaseUs on boot i got a message saying EaseUs Todo not running and that was it.
I know exactly what you mean it a scary thing to for sure. Never had a problem with Aomei or Reflect but i always make sure i verify image integrity first. About your English my Spanish is non-existent my friend .When I do a recovery I do with fear. But if it fails something as simple as reading units ...
Excuse my English , you know ... sorry
I know this this excludes the back up feature in windows, but that feature is very easy to use and it's better than no back up program.Thanks i will install AOMEI
Now, that looks simple enough for me, even! Is it heavy? (Since my system won't handle much...) Can I stop the windows backup and lighten the load when I put a backup prog on here? Hi, thanks!
Hi! @tallorder Macrium is a back up image program. It is different than the windows back up you are referring too. You create a image of your OS on a external source. With Macrium you can restore your PC to like it was on the day you created the image even to a brand new HD that is equal or larger in size. The best way is to read about Macrium. Here's a good link to learn about Macrium!! I have used the free version for years. It has never disappointed me and has got me out of trouble on several occasions.Now, that looks simple enough for me, even! Is it heavy? (Since my system won't handle much...) Can I stop the windows backup and lighten the load when I put a backup prog on here? Hi, thanks!