Member since: May 2nd, 2006
Jun 11th 2008 5:26AM Well I stand corrected then. If you're using XP, DriveImageXML (reviewed here 2 years ago) works a treat.
Jun 11th 2008 4:38AM DriveImage XML does this too - for free. I've used it a number of times, last time to back up an Asus eeePC to an iPod. Very flexible, free and easy to use.
May 15th 2008 3:29PM So does this include the Asus eeePC? Now that would be handy.
May 2nd 2006 8:42PM I have tried this on a couple of PCs and found it downright easy to use and foolproof. Unfortunately on both systems it seems to be a bit of a memory hog, taking up approximately 20 - 30MB of memory in the Task Manager, though admittedly it doesn't seem to have caused any system slow-downs.
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