DMclone 1.2 (Win&Mac) Lifetime era disponibile come app gratuita il 04 aprile 2021!
Efficiente software di clonazione del disco
DMclone per Windows è uno dei migliori software di clonazione del disco. Può aiutarti a clonare in modo sicuro e semplice HDD, SSD, scheda di memoria, unità flash USB, ecc. Puoi anche usarlo per aiutarti ad aggiornare il vecchio disco rigido a uno nuovo senza reinstallare il sistema operativo Windows.
Modalità clone partizione
La modalità di clonazione del disco a livello di partizione. Clonare una partizione del disco rigido in una nuova partizione del disco rigido o dispositivo o clonare i dati dal dispositivo esterno alla partizione del disco rigido.
Modalità di clonazione del disco
La modalità di clonazione del disco a livello di disco. Questa modalità può aiutarti a clonare facilmente un intero disco rigido su un altro disco rigido o dispositivo esterno o clonare i dati da un dispositivo esterno all'unità disco rigido.
Perché hai bisogno di DMclone per Windows?
DMclone per Windows è un software di clonazione del disco sicuro al 100%. Supporta per clonare qualsiasi tipo di disco rigido o dispositivo di archiviazione rimovibile.
Windows 10/ 8/ 8.1/ 7/ Vista; macOS 10.7 or later
Lifetime, no updates, no reinstal
Affidabile software di recupero dati per recuperare facilmente i file cancellati, formattati o persi.
Cancellare definitivamente i dati prima di vendere, donare o smaltire il vecchio computer o dispositivo digitale.
Il software di trasferimento dati iOS facile da usare per trasferire dati tra iPhone e computer.
Commenti su DMclone 1.2 (Win&Mac) Lifetime
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Going by the previous giveaway of DMclone 1.0 unless there is some comprehensive version history adressing the serious show stopper bugs revealed in that giveaway I would not risk installing even a newer version. Unless this offers a WinPE bootable media builder to permit offline cloning of the system drive/disk it is just too unreliable to try and clone several hundred gigabyte partitions using something like VSS to try and isolate the live and changing filesystem from the desired clones filesystem. Invariably over the many hours required fies will be left in inconsistent state and the clone will fail to be a true working clone of the original online filesystem.
The developer needs to address here the serious bugs that were exposed in the previous giveaway and assure the readers here those bugs have been resolved and extensively tested in private and public beta tests and that WE are not the unpaid unwarned beta testers of this particularly risky program!
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A search for DMClone review, seems that there is little info on this software, though it also seems it is given away frequently.
Is there any real review for this?
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The big difference between cloning a disk/partition & an image backup is that the backup image takes up less space, because normally the free space isn’t included. Transferring the contents of one disk/partition to another, cloning requires a single step, with the requirement that both disks or partitions are connected to the PC [or whatever device] and online. Restoring an image backup doesn’t have that requirement – just need the backup archive connected – but requires two steps.
Considering that most all image backup apps also do cloning, the potential usefulness of DMclone that occurs to me is that the popular Macrium Reflect backup app does not yet backup or clone USB sticks – you could clone the USB stick to a .vhd file that you created & mounted in Windows for a backup. That said, DMclone uses Easeus drivers [which is good], so the question is why not just install the free version of the Easeus backup app instead? You get more functionality for free. Or any known brand of image backup app that has a free version if the Easeus drivers have some sort of conflict on your system, e.g., Paragon, AOMEI, Macrium etc.
Note: Windows assigns a GUID to every connected drive partition, and those GUIDs must be unique. That means that if you clone a disk/partition and have both the clone & the original connected to the same device, Windows will not work with both until you fix that [Admin Tools -> Computer Mgmt.]
DMclone itself is stored only in the programs folder – no other folders added – and I recorded 100 new registry entries in my Win7 32-bit VM. Uninstall appears to remove the Easeus drivers that were added and requires a restart – curious since the installation did not (?).
On a side note, one of the comments on the GOTD page asked about merging partitions… some partitioning apps do have a merge function, which puts the contents of one partition in a folder on the 2nd. That’s obviously not what the person wanted – “Specifically old(er) Os(that is not Windows 10) games and game data with keys to a current Windows 10 Os” . The way to do that would be to upgrade that OS to Win10. If the old OS was on one machine, and the desired target was another, I’d suggest upgrading the original device, then attempting to transfer that copy of Win10 to the new device, since Win10 will automatically try to evolve to work on the new hardware, adding drivers etc.
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Rubbish! It can't even find any of my drives/discs. As soon as you open the programme a box comes up saying "Failed to open partition or disk" With a big red exclamation mark.
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Tried twice to install. There is no place to enter an activation key. Have already uninstalled a previous version for this one and now I appear to be in a trial version now. Not what I anticipated.
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