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Anyone try AOMEI Backupper? Looks pretty decent.

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#1 Rootman


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Posted 03 March 2014 - 01:47 PM

I'll let you Google it, it's easy to find.


I've been using Symantec Ghost over a home grown PE for years.  I ran across this somewhere and gave it a try.  It actually seems pretty decent.


I was wondering if anyone else had any real world experience with it?  Successfully restored from a hosed OS or hardware failure?


It also comes with a PE generator, the basics are there in a PE.ISO that it has from the start, it adds what I assume are the missing MS licensed pieces and creates a stripped down PE that can run it's own software for recovery.  I'd love to add this to my own PE but don't know where to start, it won't run from another version of PE, so things are obviously missing that it needs.  I'd like to add it to my own PE to get the fuller assortment of tools and a desktop environment.

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Posted 03 March 2014 - 06:53 PM

Well, yes, it's pretty good. There's even a script for it. Adding in to PE is not too difficult, it needs 3 driver files: ambakdrv, ammntdrv, amwrtdrv. PM me for links to more info.

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Posted 04 March 2014 - 02:40 PM



You should take a look at this - http://reboot.pro/fi...-data-backuper/

#4 Rootman


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Posted 04 March 2014 - 03:29 PM

Thanks Agent47, I actually got a script from another site, it is quite a bit newer than this one being V7 opposed to your links V2.  


I've put it in my WinBuilder and run it, it seems to launch just fine but will not see any hard drives or partitions on the disk when run from MY PE.  When I launch the applications limited PE ISO it sees the disks / partitions just fine.   I'm not sure what the issue is. 

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