Drive Dumper How to (Windows Version)

Recently, we release windows version of Drive Dumper. It is a handy tool for you to backup or restore your important data. It has been tested on Windows 2000/NT/2003/XP/Vista/7. It will just copy used blocks to the destination.

Now, let us have a short glance at this tool.
(a) Start up
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Drive Dumper is collecting the information of the harddisks in your computer.

(b) Select source and target
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It has a twin-panel.  This design makes you easliy choose the drive or the volume you want to backup or restore.  If you have selected a volume as source in the source list-box,  the program will filter all the possible volumes in your computer and list them in the target list-box.

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Those invaild volumes(size not compatable, type not compatable … ) will be mark as grey and unselectable in the target list-box.

If you think you have select the correct volumes, please click Next to continue.

(c)Confirm what the selecteds.
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Drive Dumper will list all the detail of the selecteds.
After reviewing the detail, please click button “I am sure” to start the clone process.
Click “No” to return to the main menu.

Note: Drive Dumper will erase the original data in target volume.

(d) wait for the end of the clone process
You can terminate the process by clicking “Stop” button.

Direct Download link:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/drfreeware/files/Dr.%20DataBackup(windows%20edition)/DrDataBackup_Setup_win32_002.exe/download
More information:
http://www.drfreeware.org/drivedumperIntro.html

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  3. Rick says:

    I’m trying to clone a Hard Drive to an external hard drive with plenty of space on it. Both are connected to my PC externally. My question is, will my important personal data on my External hard drive (Target) be erased? “Note: Drive Dumper will erase the original data in target volume.” Does that mean it will erase my entire Western Digital HD Book?

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