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How to use Vista's Complete PC Backup and Restore utility


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Posted 23 February 2007 - 04:59 PM

A new tutorial titled How to use Vista's Complete PC Backup and Restore utility was added by Bleeping Computer. Please use this topic to discuss any aspect of this tutorial.

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Windows Vista Business, Ultimate, and Enterprise come with a more advanced backup
and restore utility called Windows Complete PC Backup and Restore. This program
allows you to create an entire backup of your computer that can be used to restore
your computer in the case of system-wide failure. Unlike the standard backup and
restore feature that comes with all the versions of Windows Vista, Windows Complete
PC Backup and Restore allows you to not only restore your data but also the complete
operating system and other critical system files.
This Vista disaster recovery option works by creating an image of the selected
hard drives and saving this image to either multiple DVDs or to another hard
drive. In the event that your computer is no longer able to boot into Windows
Vista, you can then restore these snapshots using the Windows Recovery Environment.


We hope you find this tutorial helpful.

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