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Redo Backup and Recovery 1.0.4 - Easy Backup, Recovery & Bare Metal Restore

Written By mediana saputra on Monday, 17 December 2012 | 03:46

Redo Backup and Recovery is so simple that anyone can use it. It is the easiest, most complete disaster recovery solution available. It allows bare-metal restore. Bare metal restore is not only the best solution for hardware failure, it is also the ultimate antivirus: Even if your hard drive melts or gets completely erased by a virus, you can have a completely-functional system back up and running in as little as 10 minutes.
Easy rescue system with GUI tools for full system backup, bare metal recovery, partition editing, recovering deleted files, data protection, web browsing, and more. Uses partclone (like Clonezilla) with a UI like Ghost or Acronis. Runs from CD/USB.

  • NOTE: If the backup freezes, your drive is either corrupted, read-only, or out of space!
  • Simple GUI interface anyone can use
  • Boots from Live CD or a USB drive
  • Can automatically locate network storage (shared folders & FTP servers)
  • Extra tools for hard drive partitioning, factory reset, undeleting files
  • Web browser for downloading drivers, reading documentation
  • File explorer for copying and editing files even if system won't boot
  • Based on Ubuntu and partclone
Recently updated Version 1.0.4 (2012-11-20)
* Base upgrade to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise) * Percent complete now based on part sizes rather than total number of parts * Windows now have titlebars to ease minimizing, maximizing and closing * Time is now synced to localtime (hardware clock) after boot * Widget theme changed to Bluebird for Gtk3 compatibility * Now has a helpful beep to indicate when long processes are finished * Added alsamixergui to enable mixer button on volume control * Drive reset utility can now operate on multiple drives simultaneously * Removed synaptic and boot-repair packages to reduce image size

For For a complete step-by-step guide on how to build a Redo Backup & Recovery live CD from scratch, please see:

1. Download the latest live CD image

Download the latest version of the Redo Backup live CD from here.

2. Burn the image to a CD

You'll need to burn the ISO disc image using a CD burning program such as InfraRecorder for Windows.

3. Put the CD in and reboot

Redo Backup does not run from inside Windows or any other operating system because it is one! You must restart your computer with the CD in the drive in order to use Redo Backup. Place the new CD in your CD-ROM drive and reboot the machine. To boot from the CD-ROM drive, you may need to press a key such as F8 or F12 while your computer is starting up.
After the CD boots, you will have a mini operating system loaded into memory which will launch Redo Backup. It will not install anything to your hard drive. You decide when and where you want to save any backup images, if you choose to do so.

System Requirements

  • PC (Intel/AMD compatible)
  • 512MB RAM

Installing to a USB Stick (Optional)

There are two ways to create a bootable USB stick with Redo Backup on it:

1. Installing from CD to USB

Burn a CD, boot from it, and then use the "Install to USB Drive" tool from the start menu. This is the easiest and most straightforward way to put Redo on a USB stick.

2. Installing Directly to USB with Unetbootin

Sometimes, as with a netbook, you may not have easy access to a CD-ROM drive. Advanced users may then wish to use Unetbootin to install the ISO image directly to a USB stick, bypassing the step of burning a CD. If you use an older version of Unetbootin, it will not work. You must havethe latest version of Unetbootin downloaded directly from their website.
Using Unetbootin is not recommended because it prevents the Redo Backup splash screen, help files, boot menu messages, and other features from being displayed or used. Please let the maintainers of Unetbootin know that you would like these issues to be fixed, and Redo Backup added to the list of built-in images! Just go to http://bugs.launchpad.net/unetbootin and open a bug report to do so.

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