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DriveImage XML 2.60

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DriveImage XML is a free, user-friendly application that allows you to create images and backup logical drives and partitions.
The image creation process is using Microsoft’s Volume Shadow Service, through which you are enabled to create safe “hot images” from any drive, even the ones that are currently in use.

As the images are stored in XML files, you will be able to process them with 3rd party tools. DriveImage XML also allows you to restore images to drives without requiring a system reboot.

Features:

- Create backups of partitions and logical drives as image files.
- Backup, image and restore drives formatted with FAT 12, 16, 32 and NTFS.
- Browse images and view and extract files.
- Restore images to any drive, even ones that are currently in use.
- Copy directly from drive to drive.
- Automatic scheduled backups.
- Compatible with Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista and 7.

DriveImage XML Details

  • License:
    Freeware
  • Latest Version:
    2.60
  • Platform:
    Windows
  • Updated:
    Jan 20, 2017
  • Publisher:
  • File size:
    1.9 Mb
  • Category:
  • User Rating:
    3.7 / 5 (7 votes)
  • Editors' Review:
    Not yet reviewed
  • Downloads:
    3,131

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