NTI introduces Echo 3 – drive cloning software
NTI Corporation today announced Echo 3, cloning software which allows you to clone a computer’s older storage drive to a new replacement drive. This release brings two new features: One-to-One Cloning and User Defined Cloning.
One-to-One Cloning will retain the original hard drive’s partition structure and size when cloning to a replacement drive. With this cloning method if the new drive is larger than the original drive the unused space on the new drive will be left as unallocated free space. Echo will take care of the cloning process and copies the entire original drive (i.e. operating system, program files, data, partitions, etc.) to the replacement drive. After the cloning process is complete you can swap the drives and reboot, then Windows will boot up normally from the replacement drive as if nothing ever happened.
With User Defined Cloning, Echo lets you customize the replacement drive by increasing or decreasing the partition sizes to fit your free space requirements.
Echo 3 is available now at NTI’s website. The MSRP for Echo is $19.99 for download, $29.99 for retail package, and $12.99 for the upgrade version. Echo is compatible with Windows 7, Vista, and XP (all editions).
3 Comments on NTI introduces Echo 3 – drive cloning software
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- Posted on: 02 Jun 12 17:18
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- Posted on: 03 Jun 12 04:14
Personally, I just use Clonezilla with Gparted live .. its free, and does the job.
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- Posted on: 04 Jun 12 04:48
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