Works with Unix, Linux, Windows 2000, 2003, XP, 2008, Vista and Windows 7
FarStone Technology, a provider of continuous data protection, disaster recovery, and storage management, has released its new plug and play recovery hardware TotalRecovery USB.
The TotalRecovery USB is suitable for laptops and netbooks, and works with Unix, Linux, Windows 2000, 2003, XP, 2008, Vista and 7. It allows users to make a complete copy of your hard drive, including system settings, partition information, documents, photos and more.
According to FarStone, the TotalRecovery USB features hard disk imaging and recovery utility on USB with no installation; upgrades to a new hard drive, or migrate to new PC with no installation; retrieves files/folders from a crashed system with built-in recovery manager; and universal restore function that restores to any computer.
Thomas Lin, CEO of FarStone Technology, said: Your computer will be fully operational within a few clicks! Make a complete copy of your hard drive, including system settings, partition information, documents, photos and more. Save it as a compressed image file.
“If you suffer a system or disk crash, virus attack or other failure, you can restore the entire system disk in minutes. TotalRecovery USB is a green and effective way to transfer data from your PC without any installation. We work hard, so that you don’t have to.