Solved How to back up SSD NVMe PCLE 3.0 X4

March 23, 2017 at 20:55:31
Specs: Win-7 Ultimate, 36 g of ram
How to back up SSD NVMe PCLE 3.0 X4 by either software or hardware? I have been using SATA till now, and backing up with a Aluratek SATA hardware unit for 6 years now as it has worked flawless and my SSD has 228 programs on it. I am about to build a new tower desktop with the new SSD, and its going to take a good amount of time to load it, and never want to have to start from zero again with it. I now keep my backups in another building in case of fire. Any help of this matter and different ideas would be of great help.
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Presview7

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March 24, 2017 at 23:15:07
A possible solution for you:
https://www.synology.com/en-global/...

Set it up with 2 disks (6 TB??) in RAID 1



#1
March 24, 2017 at 03:16:02
If you are building a new PC with (presumably) a fresh install of Windows on a new SSD you'll have to re-install those programs anyway.

There is no way those programs will run without re-installing them on your new build.


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March 24, 2017 at 05:28:15
If you happen to have backed up downloaded program files (usually exe files) then they can be copied across and double clicked to install them again. This is useful if they are no longer available or you wish to stick with a particular version. Mostly it is best to download new versions.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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March 24, 2017 at 21:50:48
I know that very well. my question was a way to back up a SSD NVMe PCLE 3.0 X4
drive by either software or hardware, for regular SATA SSD drives are 4 times slower. Backup is very important to me because I have so much business and photography stuff that takes now over 2 TABytes right now. And reason that I must build a computer is that with 32G of ram, I keep running into stops with the message, " out of memory", as I scan at 6400dpi.
I am now heading toward my 40th built CPU, as even Intel has tested it with their software and was very surprised of the performance figures they got. This also covers the following answer 1 & 2 on my question.
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March 24, 2017 at 21:51:56
I know that very well. my question was a way to back up a SSD NVMe PCLE 3.0 X4
drive by either software for regular SATA SSD drives are 4 times slower. Backup is very important to me because I have so much business and photography stuff that takes now over 2 TABytes right now. And reason that I must build a computer is that with 32G of ram, I keep running into stops with the message, " out of memory", as I scan at 6400dpi.
I am now heading toward my 40th built CPU, as even Intel has tested it with their software and was very surprised of the performance figures they got.
Thank You,
Presview7


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March 24, 2017 at 23:15:07
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A possible solution for you:
https://www.synology.com/en-global/...

Set it up with 2 disks (6 TB??) in RAID 1


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