R-Drive Image 5.2 Build 5200 (2013) PC

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Title: R-Drive Image
Developer: R-Drive
Year: 2013
Platform: PC
Interface language: Ml / Russian
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Description: R-Drive Image is an effective utility for creating disk image files and data backup. A disk image file containing an exact, byte-by-byte copy of a hard disk, partition, or logical disk can be created without restarting the computer and with different levels of data compression. The created disk image can be saved on various types of media, including removable media such as CD-R(W)/DVD, Iomega Zip and Jazz discs. R-Drive Image is one of the best data backup and recovery utilities to prevent their catastrophic loss after irreparable failures of the operating system or hardware.
R-Drive Image restores a disk image to the original disk, to another partition, or to free unformatted disk space without restarting the system. To restore a system or locked partition, R-Drive Image switches to pseudographic mode directly from Windows or a bootable version of the program is launched from a CD or a set of floppy disks. Using R-Drive Image, you can quickly and completely restore the system after total data loss caused by a system failure, virus attack or computer hardware failure.


[li] Simple and user-friendly user interface - no in-depth knowledge of computer management is required.
[li] Performing operations "on the fly": Disk images are created without the need to stop and restart the Windows operating system. During the creation of the image and until its completion, all other write operations are stored in cache memory. Image recovery is also carried out "on the fly" with the exception of the system partition. When restoring the system partition, it is necessary to reboot the program into pseudo-graphical mode directly from Windows or using pre-created boot disks (CD/DVD or floppy disks).
[li] Image file compression. Image files can be compressed to save disk space.
[li] Support for removable media devices. Image files can be saved to removable media devices such as CD-R(W)/DVD, Iomega Zip and Jazz discs.
[li] Support for Microsoft networks. The bootable R-Drive Image CD/DVD version supports saving a disk image on a remote computer and restoring it from a remote computer to a local one in Microsoft networks (CIFS protocol).
[li] Pseudographic mode. Reboot into pseudographic mode, to restore to the system or any other locked partition, is carried out directly from Windows. There is no need to use a bootable CD/DVD.
[li] Extended list of supported devices. A large list of computer hardware components supported by the program.
[li] USB 2.0 is supported in pseudographic mode. While the cost of hard drives and removable drives is constantly decreasing, a removable USB 2.0 disk (flash drive) can be the most optimal and reliable solution for backing up system and other partitions in portable computers. There is no longer a need to use unreliable CD/DVD and slow CD/DVD recorders.
[li] The bootable version. Special bootable disks (two floppy disks or one CD/DVD) are created for recovery to the system partition.
[li] Restore individual files and folders. A disk image can be attached as a read-only virtual disk, and its contents can be viewed and copied.
[li] Splitting the image file. A disk image file can be divided into several files if there is not enough space to store it on one medium.
[li] Disk image protection. The image file can be password protected and contain additional comments.
[li] File system conversion. The file system of the recovered disk can be converted (for example, FAT16 to FAT32 and vice versa).
[li] Creating new partitions. Disk image data can be restored to free disk space. The size of the restored partition can be changed.
[li] Replacing partitions. Disk image data can be restored to any existing partition. the program can delete an existing partition and restore the disk image to the freed free space.
[li] Copying a Disk to a Disk. The whole disk can be copied to any other, the same or larger capacity.
[li] Checking the created image. The disk image file can be checked for the correctness of its creation before it is saved and/or restored.
[li] Schedule. The task of creating a disk image can be set and executed at a certain time in automatic mode.
[li] Creation zhmak.info a script for frequent and automatic actions. The program interface allows you to make scripts to automatically create an image file and add data to an existing disk image file. Scripts are executed from the command line, and such a line can be included in any command file.
[li] Notification of completed operations. the program automatically creates and sends an email notification, and can also launch an external utility when a disk image has been successfully created or the operation to create it has not been completed
[li] Support for Windows Vista and 64-bit processors. The new version of R-Drive Image supports all Windows Vista operating systems and 64-bit processors.
[li] Acceleration of image creation and disk copying operations. Asynchronous I/O, zlib distributed compression library and other tools have been added. As a result, the operations of creating an image and copying a disk increased to 200%.
[li] Differential mode of image creation. In differential mode, when creating a disk backup, a comparison of the current data with the 128-bit cache of the source data is used without reading the main image. In any case, this speeds up the image creation process, but it also does not need to change the original disks when burning the image to CD/DVD.
[li] Incremental mode of image creation. Added a new incremental image creation mode.
[li] The boot module can be burned to a CD/DVD along with the image. It became possible to use a bootable CD/DVD to restore the system.
[li] Support for creating a backup copy of a volume using the Microsoft Volume Shadow Copy Service. When creating snapshots of a real-time database, Microsoft Exchange server, Microsoft SQL Oracle, etc. are notified before copying begins. This technology allows you to synchronize server databases and make correct copies of rapidly changing data.
[li] Support for Dynamic Disks and BSD parts (BSD slices). Allows you to make backups of dynamic disks and BSD parts, save them and restore them.
This property is supported both in Windows and in the bootable CD version of R-Drive Image. You can create an image of a disk or partition of any type, and then restore this image back to a dynamic or regular disk. However, when restoring such an image, it is impossible to change the dimensions or other properties of the disk to which the image is being restored. When a dynamic disk image is restored to a regular disk, a regular disk cannot be converted to a dynamic disk.
[li] Flexible CD/DVD recording control. Allows you to limit the write speed and cache the ISO file.
[li] Improved disk image file format.
[li] Write to NTFS partitions. The R-Drive Image version loaded from CD/DVD (developed on the Linux kernel) supports writing to NTFS partitions in the same way as the Windows version of R-Drive Image does.
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