As all we know, a system image backup is a compressed file that contains operating system, boot sectors, custom settings and all programs installed & files saved on those partitions. You can restore computer from a system image backup if Windows failed to boot or hard drive died. In addition, a system image is very useful for OS development, data backup and hardware upgrade, etc. AOMEI Backupper is a best free backup software that can help you create a system image easily! AOMEI Backupper supports all Windows versions including Windows 7/8/10/8.1/XP/Vista.
Now AOMEI Backupper 4.0.4 has released! What’s new in Version 4.0.4?
- when backing up/syncing data to network mapped drives, it requires to enter username and password repeatedly.
- if the bootstrap of the dynamic system volume has not been backed up, it will not be bootable when restored to other disks.
- It will not be bootable when restored to other disks if there is an error when changing the boot files of dynamic system volumes.
- in the cases of mounting image files in Windows XP/2003, it shows the partition is unformatted when accessing the partitions.
1． Optimized event-triggered backup of user log out and user log in.
2． The task of long path in file backup, file sync and file restore and avoid failure of these tasks are also optimized.
3． Even failed to connect to network share/NAS, image files stored on it can still be viewed and edited.
How to create system image to USB with AOMEI Backupper?
Step1: Download, install and launch AOMEI Backupper Standard 4.0.4. Then select “System Backup” under “Backup” tab.