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Old 12-11-2010, 02:31 PM   #1
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Was just intrested in what imaging software you guys use, which do you think is the best?
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i use imgburn it is a really good piece of software and it is freeware
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Old 12-11-2010, 06:32 PM   #4
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Daemon Tools as well, sometimes virtualsheep (or something like that iirc) if DT doesn't like the format.
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Was just intrested in what imaging software you guys use, which do you think is the best?
What exactly do you mean by imaging? If it's as answered simple ISO/CD imaging, then I just mount whatever I need with the mount command in Linux (mount -o loop image.iso /path/to/mount/point) and in Windows, use Deamon Tools. If it's for drive imaging, as solutions like Symantec Ghost and Windows Backup offer, then I think FOG is the best one for larger scale operations and I use Clonezilla at home.
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For CD Imaging, I Just use CDBurnerXP

For HDD Imaging, At work i used Symantec Ghost and at home i use Acronis True Image.
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Acronis True Image as well, it's a good program.
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ImgBurn has always been great for me, also daemontools
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