SunDevil56

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This isn't P3D related specifically, but I didn't know where else to put it...

Any of you guys using MR7 to make drive images...?? I was wondering what the storage space requirements are for saved image files..??

I've got a 1tb Western Digital Caviar Black mechanical HDD with 617gb currently on it, and 1tb M2 NAND SSD with 460gb on it.

Any info is appreciated...

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I use it once a week for a full image - have 2 ssd drives 250gb, my image is usually around 400 gab.

You can do a differential if you want.

Me thinks it's very good for me.

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1 hour ago, SunDevil56 said:

This isn't P3D related specifically, but I didn't know where else to put it...

Any of you guys using MR7 to make drive images...?? I was wondering what the storage space requirements are for saved image files..??

 I've got a 1tb Western Digital Caviar Black mechanical HDD with 617gb currently on it, and 1tb M2 NAND SSD with 416gb on it.

Any info is appreciated...

Compression levels can be set in any backup software, so, it depends.

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Thanks for the replies gents.

I just bought a Seagate 2tb external HDD off of ebay, do you guys think that will enough to backup roughly 1077 gb total from my two drives...??

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I downloaded the free version last year. It works flawlessly!

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3 hours ago, Rockliffe said:

I downloaded the free version last year. It works flawlessly!

Hey Howard, any idea if my 2tb external HDD will be enough to store the image files from the 1077 gb I have on my two system HDD's...??

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3 hours ago, SunDevil56 said:

Hey Howard, any idea if my 2tb external HDD will be enough to store the image files from the 1077 gb I have on my two system HDD's...??

Sure, it also has an option for different compressions when making an image.

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1 hour ago, Rockliffe said:

Sure, it also has an option for different compressions when making an image.

Thanks Howard...🙂

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52 minutes ago, SunDevil56 said:

Thanks Howard...🙂

You're welcome

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