Live Linux image file in ISO format based on the Linux from scratch documentation (LFS) and intended for backup and restoring of whole partitions. Can be burned and booted directly from a CD or integrated to a PXE/RIS environment.
Creates a virtual drive which is seen by the system as a floppy disk drive, hard disk or CD/DVD drive. You can mount images from the command line, install and configure without needing to reboot the system.
Open-source software for mounting CD/DVD images. To mount and unmount the image, double-click on it in Windows Explorer then specify the required drive letter. Can handle ISO, CUE, NRG, MDS/MDF, CCD and IMG formats.
Generates disk images and performs backups of the system partition - even on the operating system currently running. Can save images onto a USB drive, FireWire drive, DVD or onto the network with high rates of compression, according to the manufacturer. Offers system restore via a live CD containing a Linux derivative.
Backs up selected local hard disks by creating an image of the data medium which can be restored at any time. Can also save only the clusters currently being used on the hard disk, to avoid creating an image of the entire hard disk. From version 0.2 onwards, this program supports disk snapshots that allow Windows partitions to be saved while in use.
Tool for imaging and backing up logical drives and partitions. Secures drives, including those currently in use, using Microsoft’s VSS. Capable of restoring images without having to reboot or turn off the PC.