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backup with ATI 2009 need your opinion

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Hello, guys!
I'm going to backup my PC and want to buy new True Image 2009, i heard that Acronis has just released it.
What do you think about it?

Thanks.
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Acronis is great if you have similar hardware to restore to.  It is one of the best I have used as a bit for bit image.  The problem I ran into when I used the last version was that the server hardware and config was so old that it wouldn't work.  We spent two weeks of working late nights because we couldn't bring the server down in the day and Acronis Support kept having us try different things that never worked.  As long as you keep fairly up to date with hardware and software it works great.

If you have any VMware running in your environment you might want to consider using P2V converter which will do a bit for bit copy of the system from it's physical state to a virtual machine.  This software works great for DR.
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