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So the free program that comes with Seagate drives (disc wizard) doesn't work on my system for some reason and the 15 day trial version of Acronis gives me the same error.

I see Drive Image XML is free and does backup and restore.

How is this program as far as backing up and restoring? Anybody hear good or bad?
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Well if we are talking imaging i hear that Acronis is the best i personally have no experiense with DriveImageXML but i know that PC Mag does like it. If you look on pc mags website for imaging you will find alot of help on that. But for just file backup i use Genie Backup Manager. It's the BEST
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