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    Default by by acronis hello ?

    I have been trying to understand acronis true image
    I just dont get the instructions
    What other good clone backup programs are out there
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    Default Re: by by acronis hello ?

    Plug in the drive you want to clone (source), plug in the drive you want clone it to (destination), pop in the Acronic disk, and turn on the computer.

    Select "clone drive", select the source drive you want to clone, then select destination drive where you want it to go, let Acronic partition it Automatically, and then OK.

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    Default Re: by by acronis hello ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Plug in the drive you want to clone (source), plug in the drive you want clone it to (destination), pop in the Acronic disk, and turn on the computer.

    Select "clone drive", select the source drive you want to clone, then select destination drive where you want it to go, let Acronic partition it Automatically, and then OK.

    Done
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    Default Re: by by acronis hello ?

    Wow really i been using Acronis for ages because its just so easy. It does everything automatically. You chose the source hdd then the destination drive and hit proceed. the pc will **** down and clone the drive . Easy as that. Even if your using a USB dongle like i do allot. But i only use it for cloning mainly so maby the features you need are more complicated. not sure.

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    Default Re: by by acronis hello ?

    I agree with mybadomen. acronis is the easiest cloning software out there. It even comes with Kingston SSDs. So so simple to use.
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    Default Re: by by acronis hello ?

    EaseUS is a great tool, I've used it a lot, daily giveaway had the pro version a while back although you can get the free one, I don't think theres a difference. I definitely wouldn't say it's the simplest but it definitely isn't hard to use.

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