Easy Full System Backup and Recovery with Easeus Todo Backup

This Christmas, Santa brought me a new HP Mini 110 netbook. It came with Windows XP pre-installed and it also came with all the normal stuff except for two things. It doesn’t have a CD/DVD drive and it doesn’t have a system recovery CD.

The first thing I wanted to do after getting all of my must haveprograms loaded, was to get the new netbook backed up on my external USB backup drive. I knew that creating the backup on my USB drive was not going to be a problem with almost any software I chose to use. However, how was I going to be able to boot my PC into a recovery mode if Windows or my hard drive failed? After some trial and error, I found that Easeus Todo Backup makes the job pretty easy once you’ve learned a trick or two. Below, I’ll share my new tricks with you, so that you won’t have to sweat for hours figuring it out on your own.

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Clif Sipe

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  • http://www.pallab.net Pallab De

    Nice find Cliff. Seems to be a gem. I have used Easus' data recovery products before, but wasn't aware of Todo.

    • http://clif-notes.blogspot.com Clif Sipe

      It deserves a good rating. It definitely saved me twice last week. I usually end up really screwing things up when I'm playing with Linux partitions. Only took about twenty minutes to recover the entire hard drive. A coffee break and I"m back in business.

      Thanks for the comment Pallab

  • http://www.fishoilfaq.com Alex Long

    data recovery is very very expensive so do make regular backups of important files”;: