Redo B&D is useful if you install a OS on your whole HD, without making extra partitions. If you have more than one partiton (which is usually the case when you have a Windows operating system or a dualboot), it's worthless. While making a backup it sees all partitions on your harddisk. But when restoring your backup it only gives you the choice to restore it on the harddisk itself, NOT on a particular partition. If you decide to continue, it destroys EVERYTHING on your harddisk, including your installed OS. I was very dissapointed when I noticed this. I tried this on version 1.0.2 and 1.0.4 (the latest version), but both versions weren't able to recognize individual partitions while trying to restore the backup. What's the use of this tool if Redo only recognizes the partitions seperately while making the backup, but if you try to restore the backtop to the partition which you made a backup of isn't recognized? I just got back to the tool which doesn't look as fancy as Redo does, but NEVER dissapointed me since I use it: Clonezilla!
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This program is VERY easy to use, but lacks the ability to restore to smaller drives, the ability to easily restore a selected partition, and several other features. The support is pretty bad. I asked a simple question in march and they still have not answered it.