I know that Ghost 15 offers additional enhancements, but for someone who only wants a clean cloning software option for PC's, the so-called extra benefits and tools are not worth it
I am aware that most of the newer PC’s (specifically Dell PC – which is what most of my clients have) don’t support the older ATA/IDE and/or don’t have the option to change the setting ACHI to ATA. Ghost 10 doesn’t support ACHI.
On the Dell Vostro 200, it allowed me to choose the ATA in the BIOS. I would perform the cloning with booting from the Ghost 10 CD (actually using the Ghost32 8.2 when booting from the CD) then when completed, I would change the BIOS setting back to ACHI. The system would boot fine with the new image
On the Dell Vostro 220, there is no option to to change the BIOS from ACHI to ATA
On the Dell Vostro 230, the Ghost 10 CD works perfectly. No need to change the BIOS
What I am looking for is a better product then Ghost 15 (paid or free version) Preferably the paid version because they’re usually faster for cloning.
I am not a fan of Acronis. I’m going thru a “nightmare of a support” with they’re Server product
I just started looking at the “Farstone” Total Recovery 7 product (formally Drive Clone 5). I ‘m curious if anyone has had experience with this product.
Any help or direction would be appreciative