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Image for DOS/Linux can create or restore a snapshot of an entire partition or volume. The backups can be saved to a set of files on a local or network drive, or directly to most CD or DVD drives (which will create a bootable restore disc). If something should ever happen to that partition or volume, you will be able to simply restore the snapshot image.

Image for DOS: DOS-based drive image backup and restore utility.

Image for Linux: Linux-based drive image backup and restore utility.

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Image for DOS: backup to, or restore from, just about any drive letter, including network drives. The program can also directly access FAT, FAT32, and NTFS partitions, as well as most writable USB2, IEEE1394, ATAPI or ASPI accessible CD or DVD drives, without the need for any special drivers. By default, backups made to CD/DVD are bootable, which provides you with a convenient recovery CD/DVD.

Image for Linux: You can backup to, or restore from, just about mount point. The program can also directly access FAT, FAT32, and NTFS partitions, as well as most writable CD or DVD drives. By default, backups made to CD/DVD are bootable, which provides you with a convenient recovery CD/DVD.

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Product Information

  • Version: 1.98d

  • Price: $29.95

  • Size: 786KB

  • License: Shareware

  • Developer: TeraByte Unlimited

  • OS: -

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Image Deployment License

The Deployment License enables companies to deploy images to additional computers throughout the company. You will need to purchase at least one copy of Image for DOS, Image for Linux to create the images.

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