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Paragon Drive Copy 12 Compact (English Version) Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — Paragon Drive Copy 12 Compact (English Version)

Paragon Drive Copy 12 Compact performs any migration, no matter the source or target.
$29.95 EXPIRED
User rating: 473 (58%) 346 (42%) 119 comments

Paragon Drive Copy 12 Compact (English Version) was available as a giveaway on January 10, 2013!

Today Giveaway of the Day
$19.99
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You no longer need to spend hours performing tedious, complicated re-installations when buying or upgrading your PC. Take all the best from the system you’re used to - and simply move it to the new environment. Use Drive Copy 12 Compact for fast, efficient computer migrations of any software/hardware combination, from any source, to any target.

Key Features:

  • Copy a full hard disk or a separate partition, and resize a partition while copying.
  • Move any Windows OS since XP from a regular hard disk to a fast SSD.
  • File exclude for Copy HDD.
  • Basic Partitioning.
  • Automatic partition alignment.
  • Sector Backup and Restore.
  • Fix most system boot problems that result from human or program error, or a boot virus activity.
  • Hot Processing Options.
  • Support for AFD (Advanced Format Drive), 2TB+ and non-512B sector size drives Support for USB 3.0.
  • Scheduling for copy operations.
  • Check FS Integrity and Data Loss Policies.

Limitations: Paragon Boot Media Builder (stand-alone wizard that helps to prepare a WinPE-based bootable environment) is not available, but you can create and use Linux/DOS-based Recovery media with built-in Recovery Media Builder.

Technical Support: During the Giveaway period Paragon Software provides technical support at www.giveawayoftheday.com. Please, post your questions if you have any troubles while downloading, registering and using the software. Paragon Software’s support team will reply you as soon as possible.

System Requirements:

Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8 (x32/x64); Intel Pentium or compatible, 300 MHz or higher processor; 256 MB of RAM required; 250 MB HD space (during the installation additional free space (up to 1GB) will be required); Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher; For the Recovery Environments: On-board BIOS supports booting from CD/USB first

Publisher:

Paragon Software

Homepage:

http://www.paragon-software.com/home/dc-compact/

File Size:

112 MB

Price:

$29.95

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I am trying to do the simplest thing, upgrade my laptop HD from 100 Gig to 320Gig, with the new drive using USB adapter. Program says target drive not compatible from a sector point of view. I changed the sectors to match the source, and still can't perform this task. all I want is to make the new drive bootable, and copy my existing drive over.
I tried a clone program, but it keeps the new drive at the 100G size. Thought this would be the answer (copy drive) but apparently it doesn't like the hardware. I can format the drive fine, windows recognizes it, paragon sees it just fine, just won't allow me to use it as a target.
Arrgghh!!
Any suggestions Paragon?

Reply   |   Comment by Barney  –  3 years ago
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treid to migrate xp to another drive as a test, deleted the partition on both hard drives and had to reinstall a fresh copy of xp. i was trying to put the drive into the system that i copied from. i made the cd it said to and did it from the cd.

Reply   |   Comment by lee baris  –  3 years ago
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I posted the problem yesterday - no product key, no serial number so can't activate. Using Windows 7. Found the unzipped file on my C drive no problem but still can't activate. Useless!
NOT ONLY did I not receive a response but my post has been removed from this site. What gives? What's the point of bothering with GAOTD offers if they can't be activated and get no response to the problem. Went to Paragon website for this product and could find no link to get the necessary key and SN - disgusted with Paragon - lost me and everyone I connect with.

Reply   |   Comment by Ruth  –  3 years ago
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Multiple attempts to clone the hard drive from the laptop to ssd failed.

Reply   |   Comment by Ian  –  3 years ago
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@60, to resolve all the issues concerning Windows update you should address Microsoft Support team.

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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@70, if you get hardware compatibility problems, you should use the P2P Adjust tool, which is available in the Professional edition of Drive Copy. The principles of P2P adjusting are also described in the comment 57.

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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@69, you can perform this operation in case if the disk with Windows 8 is not GPT.

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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@62, because Microsoft has changed its license conditions, software vendors are no longer allowed to offer WinPE media directly as of April 2012. This means that we are not allowed to offer the Paragon Online WinPE Builder Service anymore either. That's why you have to create WinPE yourself. If you can't get access to your account anyway, you should address the Sales Department (sales@paragon-software.com).

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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@58, to backup separate files or folders you can use Backup & Recovery 12 Home. To be sure that it really meets your needs you can download the trial version first.
As to the problem with the 2 TB drive, in this situation you should address the Support Team (you can write to support@paragon-software.com), because it is difficult to find out the reasons of the problem without some additional technical details.

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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@Howard #71 - As a possibility...

Any problems I've had with GAOTDs installation wrapper (and other setup programs) has been down to security/anti-virus programs. Sometimes it has been possible to adjust permissions within the programs. Other times, I have found it necessary to turn the security program off temporarily. That's not to suggest there's anything wrong with the content of the setup files, only that the security settings are a little too finicky, whilst leaving me in the dark by not popping up any message to say that they are blocking communications, e.g. to the GAOTD site.

Reply   |   Comment by Steve  –  3 years ago
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I have a 32bit Vista, dual core, which has crashed. But a friend has a 64bit, Win7, dual core that works fine: Can i copy her computer's OS and put it on my PC? (obviously it would no longer have a Vista OS) WILL THIS WORK -so i can bring MY computer back to life???- Will PARAGON help walk me through the steps, through their costumer service maybe? )- Are there any tutorials? HELP!

Reply   |   Comment by MariaLuisa  –  3 years ago
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Installation was successful. However, there was this notice:

"Component GPT-Loader is currently hidden and not available for installation. Reason: No hard disk drive which exceeds the 2TB limit was found in the system."

I currently have two 2TB GPT disks, and space for more drives. Assuming this feature is needed to access larger disks, if I install a 3TB disk, I can't use this software to migrate data to it. Nor could I backup data to a 3TB external drive. This software will remain unused unless I install an SSD.

Reply   |   Comment by JB  –  3 years ago
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The question is, when migrating to a larger disk, is there some way to make all of the larger disk visible to Windows without having to use additional partition software?
For this purpose you can use the Create Partition Wizard, it will help you to turn step by step the unallocated space into a partition or several partitions.

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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What is: GPT Loader and Hotcore Driver?
Should I install these options?

GPT Loader is intended for converting MBR disks to GPT. It also allows Windows XP working with GPT disks, so you should install it if you use disks with capacity 2 TB or greater.
Hotcore Driver can be necessary to perform some operations with locked volumes without reboot. If you don't install it now, you can do it at any moment launching program installer again and choosing the item "Modify".

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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what is the basic differance in this and Paragon Backup and Recovery 12 Compact. can you have both on your system.

The main functions of these programs are different: the destination of Drive Copy is to copy hard disks or partitions and migrate the OS and the destination of Backup and Recovery is to back up and restore your data, though it were partitions or just some files.
You can have both programs on your system without any problems, though you can't launch them at the same time.

Reply   |   Comment by Paragon  –  3 years ago
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GOTD and Paragon Software teams: I have never been disappointed in any of the GOTD sponsored programs but this one is very disappointing. I was going to purchase the pro version but after installing the basic version and I do not would not Paragon Drive Copy 12 to anyone including the purchase of the Pro version. It installed ok...made a recovery disc...rebooted...but had to rely on a different recovering program just to get the computer to boot. After getting it to load I have lost many of my programs. This program has deleted all my restore files...will not allow my virus protection to work along with many other files. I am happy I do have a clone but will have to spend time to update after I install into the PC. I would love to hear back on this but I would not bet on the possibility.

Thanks
A Very Disappointed GOTD User

Reply   |   Comment by Charles Casada  –  3 years ago
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Wow, a lot of very interesting information — but a bit mind-boggling, I have to say! I consider myself fairly computer-informed (I was once very informed, but over the years it somehow got away from me….), but I am not sure I understand ALL these bits of advice, although I am certainly grateful for them, as I imagine many others are too.

Still, maybe I’m in a minority, but from my perspective, the trouble is I never seem to find a programme that can back up all my files (particularly photos) WITHOUT compression — so that I can immediately find just one particular file, if I need to.

And I say “one particular file — like a photo”, because I won’t necessarily know exactly which file it is — till I see it. I mean, how would one recall the NUMBER of an image file with your dog’s photo in the garden, for example?

Are there any backup programmes that DON’T compress everything into one huge file? Right now I am down to clicking on individual sub-directories within Windows Explorer, and launching “Copy to” my external hard disk, in order to be able to inspect files just as I do on my internal hard disk.

I am going to use this programme, however, as a backup is a backup, and so it will be useful — but exactly how useful, I have yet to find out.

Reply   |   Comment by tranmontane  –  3 years ago
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I seem to get here late when is a large download... shows 4 hours left and less than 3 to get installed...

guesses can try to get key from link above but still has to get downloaded and installed....

good luck to all & thanks to GaotD & Paragon...

Reply   |   Comment by Kris  –  3 years ago
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I ran the setup program, but it installed Software Informer! Where did that come from?

Rather than use a backup program, I have a hard-swappable harddrive unit installed on each of my computers. Don't know why they aren't more widely used. I shove in an extra HD, use XXClone to clone my Windows drive (C: a SSD) just in case something goes wrong. Label it and put it in a draw. In case of emergency, just shove the HD back in, change the boot settings, and back to work! And can back up other files easily. It's not expensive to pick up extra HDs on Ebay, even can use up to 2 TB.

Reply   |   Comment by Bob M  –  3 years ago
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Just bought the Pro version last night. Tried 3 other products to get my XP to work again. It only took 5 minutes with this Pro to make it go and save hours of restore. Can't say enough about this company.. Thanks

Reply   |   Comment by rob  –  3 years ago
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I hope someone can answer these two questions for me. (1) My old computer is running WinXP, and my new one has Win7. I'd like to keep Win7 on the new suystem. Can this software copy everything EXCEPT the operating system (installed programs and data) or must I copy the operating system too? (2) Must I install this program on both the old and new systems before the GAOTD offer is over, or do I need to install it on the new system at all? Thanks!

Reply   |   Comment by Arnie Gross  –  3 years ago
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It kept saying hrer's an IO error with my brand new SSD. So frustrating.

Reply   |   Comment by Ian  –  3 years ago
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Thanks to whoever it was above who mentioned the Virtualization ap Paragon has also given here. I think that is actually what I need to use to get my OEM XP drive available on my new Win 8 laptop. There are soooooo many apps I can't use now, including my 3D software I need for making objects for 3D communities.
I also don't like many things about Win 8! I wish they had made the new improvements that make it more efficient, but left the OS much more like XP! It's like they didn't test Win 8 on normal people! To even get to my "desktop" now in Win 8 I have to go through 3 other pages 1st, then finally on 4th screen I get desktop. Really irritating!I want my XP back.

Reply   |   Comment by Skye-hook  –  3 years ago
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#71 Howard I had problems with other GOTD giveaways when I tried to run the installation from the zip file. Please try to extract all the files to a directory before trying to install. It worked for me.

Reply   |   Comment by Dennis  –  3 years ago
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I give this a thumbs down, because like much of the software offered on GOTD, misleading information is given by the software publisher. In this case, the first line on the page dealing with this software (http://www.paragon-software.com/home/dc-compact/) says, "Performs any migration, no matter the source or target." But, in the window for version comparison, the line that says "Migrate OS to dissimilar hardware", the column for this offered compact version is unmarked. And comment 2 says, "Allows you to migrate the operating system and data of your current system over to a different computer or hard drive (aka make an existing Windows installation bootable on a different computer or hard drive). NOTE: Compact version will not allow you to migrate to a computer with different hardware". Conflicting statements within one sentence. I resent such marketing ploys - get 'em excited, and then take away, and they'll buy up. For a supposedly service oriented site like this . . .? It is the common presence of absolute nonsense like this that severely limits the usefulness of GOTD for me, as well as impugning the integrity of both the software publisher(s) and GOTD. Obviously I'm a bit irritated about this all too frequent time wasting exercise.

Reply   |   Comment by dadwhiskers  –  3 years ago
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@61 Dred- Paragon has the reg keys and the download that you got with v.11, plus every software you have gotten from them, all on 1 page on their site. Go to something like "My account" on their site & click on "My Downloads" or similar word, and Voila! You can reinstall it! NP. :)

Reply   |   Comment by Skye-hook  –  3 years ago
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I know this is too late to ask, but how does one virtualize a specialized system like XP media edition, or XP tablet edition? I tried to virtualize XP Media edition 2005 (I think) in the past, and using Paragon virtualization software, but could never get it to open in a VMware XP virtual machine,

Reply   |   Comment by RichU  –  3 years ago
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Same comment as #10 and #20

DC 12 Compact is asking me to uninstall 'previous version'.

However, I do NOT have DC 11 COMPACT. I do have DC PRO 11. Based on some postings above, PRO has more features than COMPACT. Are PRO 11 and COMPACT 12 different 'products' or different 'years' of same product?

If I uninstall PRO 11 do I lose any features?

Please clarify the confusion. Your reply does not address this.

Reply   |   Comment by jim  –  3 years ago
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This weekend I will buy a new PC that has an SSD (no Windows).
My current PC has a hard disk with Win7 64 bit.

I want to migrate everything to the new PC.

Can I use Paragon Drive Copy 12 Compact to do this?

ALSO: I have now bought your Paragon Hard Disk Manager 12 Suite which I have not yet installed. I will want this on my new PC. I am not sure if I should install the full suite on my old PC first to do the migration. Would that prevent me installing it on my new PC? Should I use the Drive Copy from today's giveaway on the old PC instead?

Please let me know what you suggest I do to migrate my old stuff to the new PC, and end up with the Paragon Hard Disk Manager 12 Suite installed on the new PC.

(I have a legitimate Windows key for the new PC).

Reply   |   Comment by Check  –  3 years ago
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Are all the features of Paragon Drive Copy 12 Professional included in Paragon Hard Disk Manager 12 Suite?

Reply   |   Comment by MikeB  –  3 years ago
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Up to now I've tried using the workarounds as someone suggested, but it was never easy or simple, and not always successful on the first try, for me anyway.
When I read the description on this GAOTD, about being able to migrate all my software and all my GAOTDs to a different computer in one step, you can imagine how exciting that was! This software would be my salvation!

Then of course, I read Ashraf's comment:
"Cons ....
*Compact version is missing two key features — the ability to migrate data to a computer with different hardware and ..."

Short lived excitement indeed, because that was the only feature I was interested in, and no matter how great they might be, I have no use for the other features. No thumbs down of course, but ... no comment.

Since I do the stuff of migrating to a more powerful machine no more than once a year if that, the $40.00 for the Pro version is hardly justified.

Lucky for me, Giovanni came to the rescue yet once more!
Thank you both, Ashraf and Giovanni.

Reply   |   Comment by JuanDeLosPalos  –  3 years ago
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I thought about installing this alongside version 11 pro, but decided not to take the risk that v. 12 compact might damage the pro install.

Reply   |   Comment by internet explorer  –  3 years ago
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To the Pragon staff:
I do appreciate your participation on this forum and your prompt responses to our queries. This is rarely practised by GOTD software providers and I think everybody appreciates such policy as a really professional approach to custumer’s concerns.

Having said that I am sorry to say that there is also another aspect of your policy, which is increasingly irritating. It relates, amongs other things, to the question what version of the software you offer today may or may not co-exist paralelly with your other software pieces.

You seem to be unaware that you’ve been trapped in a confusing situation caused by your own selling and naming conventions, which make your answers to that question really confusing and unclear. For instance, a fellow asked about the coexistance of this GOTD with the Professional version (I, for one, have Professional Special Edition), which seem to have more options than today’s offer and we hear we need to uninstall that version to be be able to use, or at least test this GAOTD. Do not you think it’s confusing?

The cause of the confusion origintes from the fact that you regularly offer various pieces of your software (great, thank you!), but the software your offer here and its naming are in most cases, different ( "trimmed for GAOTD") from software offered by you for regular sales, i.e the offers presented here have less options than software actually sold by Paragon to regular buyers.

Many of us have actually those versions which you have offered here, while your answeres seem to relate to your standard offers. Your comparison system does not include not only those versions offered here (no "compact" Drive Copy is on the list for comparisons), but it is fairly cut to mostly the latest versions.

The forum has complained many times that we simply get lost in all this "embarras de richesse" of various names, capabilities, options available or not etc..

Such is the situation here and I my conclusion is that many of us would be grateful if you prepared and presented a comparison chart not between not only your actual offer and the one offered for regular sales, but also between this one and those that were presented here in the past with a reasonable "history record" – all this with indication what software may or may not co-exist and be used paralelly on the same machine. I am sure you are aware that in addition to drive copy series you offere here "Backup", "Suite" etc. series whose functionalities overlap, change with each version etc. Could you sort out all that mess? I’d appreciate, really.

I hope you understand that the situation that your promotion campaing has produced(as great as it is in various aspects).

Thanks for your co-operation and contributions.
With kind regards,
Marek

Reply   |   Comment by Marek  –  3 years ago
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BTW, my copy of IE9 is working and downloads web pages and files.

Reply   |   Comment by howard  –  3 years ago
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Absolute can not extract GCD file.

When I attempt to run the Setup, I get a failure to connect message.

What weird comm protocol are you using??

I have written about this for several months, usually in the last hour of the Giveaway. So far, no support or suggestions. So I may have to abandon visiting GAOTD.

Reply   |   Comment by howard  –  3 years ago
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I'm reading elsewhere that migrating from AMD hardware to Intel or vice versa isn't practical because the drivers just aren't compatible - so does this software (let's say in the professional version) really overcome that obstacle, or not so much?

Reply   |   Comment by Joe Thorpe  –  3 years ago
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Can this or any of the other "free" programs mentioned be used to copy my PC's Windows 7 OS to a newer laptop that came standard (no installation CD) with Windows 8?

I really don't like Windows 8...

Thanks in advance.

Reply   |   Comment by John  –  3 years ago
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GOATD... What's with removing post? Let some true feedback in! Makes me distrust the site!!

Reply   |   Comment by Joe  –  3 years ago
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Downloaded and installed without problem, the email with the registration data arrived in less than a second.

The question is, when migrating to a larger disk, is there some way to make all of the larger disk visible to Windows without having to use additional partition software?

I used it to copy Win XP OS from a 40 Gb disk to a replacement 160 GB disk on an older dual core AMD desktop. I COPIED to the 160 Gb disk without problem and the new disk then booted just fine BUT it showed as only 40 Gb in size in Windows Explorer. I used Mini-tool and found the rest of the space as "unallocated" on the 160 Gb disk which I made into a second partition with mini-tool.

It would be nice if it could all be done with Paragon.

DT




DT

Reply   |   Comment by Doug Thompson  –  3 years ago
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Will this copy my operating system from the SSD to my HD? I think the SSD is flakey and would like to get rid of it and just use the 750gb HD.
Speed is not an issue for me with this machine.

Reply   |   Comment by Habogee  –  3 years ago
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@Ken, Comment #46:

The "device" that is being referred to is most likely the low-level driver that Paragon uses during copy operations. Just allow it to be installed.

Reply   |   Comment by Robert from Boston  –  3 years ago
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Worked for me, Thanks. Didn't expect to have to use installer file which was put on the C: drive. Should have read the "read me" a little closer.

Reply   |   Comment by MikeN  –  3 years ago
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I have a fairly new Win 7-64 pc, but I did not migrate from the old Xp pc. I have already transferred my photos and data files from the old to the new computer, but not my settings and ''AppData'' from the User Accounts.

Is it too late to use this software to transfer the remaining files?

Jeff

Reply   |   Comment by JWS  –  3 years ago
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@ Giovanni "Nevertheless, I’m curious to see how it can fix most of those annoying system boot problems I often run into (for instance right now)."

The answer is it won't. This isn't a repair Windows tool. This is a replace Windows tool with the copy you created earlier with this software.

 

Reply   |   Comment by Joe  –  3 years ago
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What is: GPT Loader and Hotcore Driver?
Should I install these options?

Reply   |   Comment by Paul  –  3 years ago
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I bought Paragon drive copy pro 11 then Paragon copy pro 12 (one month ago). The instruction is the same, poorly written, the newer version does not even have winPE like the previous one, and the instruction to create winPE ourselves is written for computer experts?? I tried to log in my account for over 1 month and could never get in!!, left a message at the toll free number a few days ago...no reply!
Hope that I can get a Paragon response from here!
GAOTD viewers, sorry that I waste your time like this...

Reply   |   Comment by Tony  –  3 years ago
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A huge feature that is lacking in this version vs. the DC Compact v.11 that I have been using for a while is the ability to "Migrate Hard Disk to Container"

That is a great feature, which I use to make periodic backups of the OS, programs, etc. to a "container", which means a folder I specify anywhere I want, such as on an external drive. I could select the whole partition as the source data, then deselect certain things, then point it to a backup folder and make the backup. Following virus disaster, hard drive failure, or migration to a new hard drive or similar new computer (e.g., between similar Dell laptops it has worked), recovery would then be done by booting from the Paragon DC boot CD, pointing it to the backup folder location on the external drive, and telling it to restore. I've done this a few times over the years following viruses or hardware failures (supporting the PCs of my friends, neighbors, and family).

Now, that "Migrate Hard Disk to Container" option is gone. The options now are to copy an entire partition to another partition, or an entire disk to another disk. This makes it useful as a migration tool, but no longer useful for making periodic backups as I had been doing. I had actually found that method, with v. 11, to be my backup method of choice - far better than the Paragon Backup product.

I wish I had not uninstalled the v.11.

Reply   |   Comment by Dred  –  3 years ago
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I have a fairly new pc, but I did not migrate from the old one. I have already transferred my photos and data files from the old to the new computer, but not my settings and from the User Accounts. The computer has Win 7 (64), the old has XP.

Is it too late to use this software to transfer the remaining files?

Jeff

Reply   |   Comment by JWS  –  3 years ago
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If you have kids, especially teenagers, the $60 Family pack HD Suite looks like a good deal. You can back them all up, and migrate them to a new laptop whenever disaster strikes. And if you have teenagers, you know they NEED their laptops, and disaster strikes OFTEN.

Reply   |   Comment by classic car guy  –  3 years ago
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Giovanni...could that be comodo's time machine for your question?

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Suru for Android Giveaway
Suru is a vivid, high-resolution icon pack for Android to install and use with your...
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Ultimate Skylanders Reference Giveaway
The ultimate guide to Skylanders Characters. Character Attributes, Stats, and Character...
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Jewelion Giveaway
Go on a Match 3 Magical Adventure. Become an apprentice to a powerful Archon named...
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QuikCoach V2 - Sports Analysis Giveaway
QuikCoach is a sports video analyses and planning application for Android tablets...
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Shu's Garden Giveaway
A Game by Colin Sanders & Jason RT BondGrow your own garden playground with Shu,...
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