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VIKTOR PAVEL

HDClone 6 Enterprise Edition 16x v6.0.6 Portable + BootCD

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What is the difference to 6.0.5?

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Need further testing to make sure if it gets proper crack, because the last working version is v5.

 

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Portable + Boot CD cuz Victor Pavel link is already down.

 

 

Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com
Sharecode[?]: /files/T1BBWWPG/HDClone_6_Enterprise_Edition_16x_v6.0.6_Portable___BootCD.rar_links
 
Tnx Victor

 

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MIRROR:
 
Site: https://www.mirrorcreator.com
Sharecode[?]: /files/EGEECY0H/HDClone_6_Enterprise_Edition_16x_v6.0.6_Portable_BootCD.rar_links
 

 

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.paf Portable: 16 Mb

Site: https://www.upload.ee
Sharecode[?]: /files/6675183/HDClone_Portable_6.0.6_English.exe.html

 

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if you can get Miray  HDShredder 4 Enterprise Edition  as well that would be great.

 

Thanks Victor

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i forgot i had an current license for HD Shredder but i have been unable to crack it so if you want to take an go at it let me know Victor.

 

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Seems to work very well.

I did not install the program itself into Windows, but I use the bootable ISO file to make a partition Backup of a windows test drive.

Using "normal compression" I got an amazing 150 MB/s saving speed on another HD.

Then I format the windows Partition and made a "Restore partition".. Still fast and at the end just restart and my Windows was like I leave it.

Much faster than Macrium Reflect IMHO.

(Less advanced options though).

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any mirror buddy ?

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41 minutes ago, ASIO said:

any mirror buddy ?

 

Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com/
Sharecode[?]: files/0K4EA93B/HD.rar_links

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On 2/15/2017 at 1:33 AM, Niagara73 said:

Seems to work very well.

I did not install the program itself into Windows, but I use the bootable ISO file to make a partition Backup of a windows test drive.

Using "normal compression" I got an amazing 150 MB/s saving speed on another HD.

Then I format the windows Partition and made a "Restore partition".. Still fast and at the end just restart and my Windows was like I leave it.

Much faster than Macrium Reflect IMHO.

(Less advanced options though).

Have you compared your resulting backup image file size from HDC to that of MR?  When comparing backup speeds it's important to compare them at similar compression levels (the greater the compression, the slower the backup)!  Furthermore HDC doesn't provide for incremental images (which are incredibly fast in MR), or for setting-up backup schedules (which MR does very nicely)!

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Hello guys I haven't used any disk cloning software in my life time. Now I would like to try this app to make things easier. Is it possible to restore windows folders excluding others ?. For example I have cloned the Windows partition today which has some files in the downloads folder. If I try to restore the clone after a week Will I lose the new files which I will have on that day ? My question is, is it possible to clone the Windows related folders alone without touching the root folders and other folders which I specify so that I need not move the new files to a different partition before restoring the clone ?
And is there damage caused to the hdd by frequent use of these disk cloning applications ?
Thanks


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21 hours ago, appzter said:

Have you compared your resulting backup image file size from HDC to that of MR?  When comparing backup speeds it's important to compare them at similar compression levels (the greater the compression, the slower the backup)!  Furthermore HDC doesn't provide for incremental images (which are incredibly fast in MR), or for setting-up backup schedules (which MR does very nicely)!

That I said, there is more options with MR (free or paid).

We don't know how coders manage compression level. MR has 3 level, HDclone also 3 - I use "normal" to make test against MR free and the average speed of MR was 90 MB/s on free version. I know the paid version is faster.

The image size is 16.455 MB with HDclone and 17.800 using MR. (Swap , Hiberfile excluded by both programs).

If I have to choose between , I will choose MR Paid version.

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On 2/16/2017 at 9:41 PM, jinvidia said:

Hello guys I haven't used any disk cloning software in my life time. Now I would like to try this app to make things easier. Is it possible to restore windows folders excluding others ?. For example I have cloned the Windows partition today which has some files in the downloads folder. If I try to restore the clone after a week Will I lose the new files which I will have on that day ? [Yes]    My question is, is it possible to clone the Windows related folders alone without touching the root folders and other folders which I specify so that I need not move the new files to a different partition before restoring the clone ? [If you image the current system before restoring a past system you will then be able to recover current files/folders  into the restored system]   And is there damage caused to the hdd by frequent use of these disk cloning applications ? [No]
Thanks\

 

Besides my above comments (in red), you may be confusing cloning with imaging. Imho cloning is not a practical way to backup!  I find imaging to be far more practical than cloning for the following reasons:

* Images are files, so you can save multiple generations (differential/incremental images). A clone leaves you with just one generation.
* Images can be backed-up to anywhere a file can be saved - e.g., optical media, USB drives, HDD/SSD.  Clones go to HDD/SDD only.
* Images are compressed and (typically) just capture the used space. Clones are uncompressed and duplicate the entire space in the volume being cloned!
 

While images need to be restored to the original drive or partition (a matter of minutes), you have to replace the original drive with a cloned drive

 

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hello hd clone no x64 just x86

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11 hours ago, vigipirate said:

hello hd clone no x64 just x86

 

Imho that's the least of its shortcomings.   ;)

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Posted (edited)

Someone can upload the setup + [email protected] & boot cd ? 

Edited by TroicI

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12 hours ago, TroicI said:

Someone can upload the setup + [email protected] & boot cd ? 

Hi Troicl,

here is a PORTABLE English + Boot-CD...

(source : piratebay)

magnet:?xt=urn:btih:D0D5F1E48B0ABA36EE8ECAB7C6C167053E2545AC

Regards,

okru / 08Apr2017

 

 

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Posted (edited)

HDClone.6-Enterprise-16x-6.0.6-Portable

Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com
Sharecode[?]: /files/1SNTVL4W/HDClone.6-Enterprise-16x-6.0.6-Portable.exe_links

HDClone-6-Enterprise-16x-6.0.6-BootCD

Site: http://www.mirrorcreator.com
Sharecode[?]: /files/7DN9C5LP/HDClone-6-Enterprise-16x-6.0.6-BootCD.7z_links
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