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Hasleo Backup Suite V2.0 Beta Released!
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Hasleo Backup Suite V1.0 Released!

Hasleo Backup Suite is a free Windows backup and restore software, which embeds backup, restore and cloning features. It can help you back up and restore the Windows operating system, disks and partitions to protect the security of your data, and help you easily migrate Windows, disks and partitions through the cloning feature.

For more information please visit:
https://www.easyuefi.com/backup-software...-free.html
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Hasleo Backup Suite V1.5 Released!

What's new in this version:
1. Improved backup performance
2. Added the feature of restoring the Windows OS to its original location
3. Added multi-language support (French, Korean, Simplified Chinese)
4. Fixed other minor bugs

For more information please visit:
https://www.easyuefi.com/backup-software...-free.html
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excelent i like this
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Hasleo Backup Suite V1.8 Released!

What's new in this version:
1. Added the feature of restoring partition to its original location
2. Added support for storing backup image files to network shares
3. Japanese language support
4. Fixed other minor bugs

For more information please visit:
https://www.easyuefi.com/backup-software...-free.html
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It's great! Congratulations on your great work, best regards!! Smile
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(06-29-2021, 09:45 AM)jesusonline1 Wrote: It's great! Congratulations on your great work, best regards!! Smile

Thank you for your support and encouragement, we will work harder!
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Hello friend, I want to congratulate you on the great job you are doing. Keep it up because it's amazing, greetings!
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(07-16-2021, 05:45 PM)pedropill3 Wrote: Hello friend, I want to congratulate you on the great job you are doing. Keep it up because it's amazing, greetings!

Thank you for your support and encouragement, we will work harder!
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Hello, I start from Emergency USB Stick with Software Version 1.8 (Build 26 jun 2021).
make a backup from Disk C and the system partions. After the job the log says all files are ok.
shutdown the computer.

so i want to test a restore.  
start with the same usb stick. -> go to restore -> select browse image ... -> select the image file on my separate usb disk -> 
select the box (disk 1 basic GPT, 58,25GB) and all is fine -> next Window mark the DISK 1 and mark the box with keep partion layout -> here default -> and start the proceed.

The job ended correctly with no error and shutdown.

The USB Stick and USB Disk put outside and then starts the notebook. 

But no Windows 10 starts. only a message on screen "NO system found RESTARTS now" 

So I change the  Disk, but it´s every the same:  eMMC alone build in notebook or WD SATA.

Every time the same result. 

Notebook Medion MD62100, 4GB Ram, 60GB intern eMMC (DISK1) and WD SATA3 250GB (DISK0)

Thanks for help
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(07-23-2021, 04:37 AM)Joerg Wrote: Hello, I start from Emergency USB Stick with Software Version 1.8 (Build 26 jun 2021).
make a backup from Disk C and the system partions. After the job the log says all files are ok.
shutdown the computer.

so i want to test a restore.  
start with the same usb stick. -> go to restore -> select browse image ... -> select the image file on my separate usb disk -> 
select the box (disk 1 basic GPT, 58,25GB) and all is fine -> next Window mark the DISK 1 and mark the box with keep partion layout -> here default -> and start the proceed.

The job ended correctly with no error and shutdown.

The USB Stick and USB Disk put outside and then starts the notebook. 

But no Windows 10 starts. only a message on screen "NO system found RESTARTS now" 

So I change the  Disk, but it´s every the same:  eMMC alone build in notebook or WD SATA.

Every time the same result. 

Notebook Medion MD62100, 4GB Ram, 60GB intern eMMC (DISK1) and WD SATA3 250GB (DISK0)

Thanks for help

I am very sorry, we do not guarantee that the Windows operating system backed up using the disk backup function in the emergency disk will start normally after being restored. In order to ensure that the restored Windows operating system can start normally, you have to use system backup to back up Windows operating system under Windows.
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