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Paragon Backup and Restore 16 (New Version) usually £34.99, FREE full licence, for a limited time (not trial software)

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Paragon Backup and Restore 16 Full Version has just been released. Paragon is giving this away for free for 7 days starting 23/11/16. This is the full version of the software, not a trial. You …
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3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago
Paragon Backup and Restore 16 Full Version has just been released.

Paragon is giving this away for free for 7 days starting 23/11/16.
This is the full version of the software, not a trial.

You need to follow the instructions on the page, on how to obtain a licence key. This will need to be installed (not just downloaded) to activate the full licence.

If you need a more complete product:
Paragon Hard Disk Manager 15 Pro (which is also due an update to version 16), is probably the best Disk Resizing/Imaging Software bar none. Works across Windows, Linux and Mac systems on a single SSD/Hard disk. MBR / GPT Disk types.

Warning:
If you are thinking of buying the new Macbook 'Pro'* w/touchbar, make sure you have an active backup strategy, because the SSD is integrated into the motherboard (non removable). Spill a coffee on your new macbook Pro w/touchbar, your data will be Gone, with no way of retrieving.

*Integrating the SSD into the motherboard to save money, really doesn't make it 'Pro'.

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#1
iFixit.com's teardown of the new Macbook Pro 2016 w/touchbar, yellow squares show the intergrated SSD on the motherboard, with no means of getting your data back if you drop/spill/damage the macbook Pro itself. The USB-type C / side slits for sound also act as possible liquid ingress points.
The Sandisk Flash chips seem 'purposefully' to be mounted at flex-stress points in the motherboard design.

Be careful with the new macbook Pro 2016 w/touchbar.
http://i66.tinypic.com/t69fh2.jpg
https://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/MacBook+Pro+13-Inch+Touch+Bar+Teardown/73480

Edited By: tightar5e on Nov 23, 2016 11:34: .
1 Like #2
Worked great. Thanks
1 Like #3
Thanks for the tip off. Good software.

Edited By: dean026 on Nov 23, 2016 11:59: Spelling mistake
#4
i got this and all was fine , but when i done a clean install on my computer it said i already activated on another computer (which i didnt) and refused to let me activate.
#5
will65mcmanus
i got this and all was fine , but when i done a clean install on my computer it said i already activated on another computer (which i didnt) and refused to let me activate.

Probably seeing it as a different install of Windows/new machine, just install and register another copy (using a different email address you can associate to that machine), its free after all.

Edited By: tightar5e on Nov 23, 2016 13:41
#6
will65mcmanus
i got this and all was fine , but when i done a clean install on my computer it said i already activated on another computer (which i didnt) and refused to let me activate.

All was fine apart from it wouldn't let you Install your software. That is not fine.
1 Like #7
making you buy a whole new mac book when the ssd dies (has a finite life anyway even if it doesnt go wrong) - makes Apple the pro's at shearing it's isheep LOL ...
#8
hyenadog
making you buy a whole new mac book when the ssd dies (has a finite life anyway even if it doesnt go wrong) - makes Apple the pro's at shearing it's isheep LOL ...
You sort of expect it nowadays on a cheap surfing £250 laptop, but not when its called 'Pro' and costs £1749 for the 13'' and £2349 for the 15'', you tend to think you'd be storing fairly important data on that SSD and at least have a secondary fail safe, of been able to remove the SSD to get your data back, in the event the macbook dies.
#9
Is this actually available for Macs? Seems to be PC only...
#10
clle44
Is this actually available for Macs? Seems to be PC only...
The free version will install under Bootcamp/Windows, from there it can access your mac HFS+ partition from 'underneath'. It does recognise NTFS(Win),FAT,EXT3/EXT4 (Linux),HFS+(mac). MBR/GPT Partition Layouts.


Edited By: tightar5e on Nov 23, 2016 19:38
#11
Should be in freebies
#12
jaydipmodhwadia52
Should be in freebies
Seems not, did ask. It's a deal. A Pretty good one too, its a good bit of software.
#13
tightar5e
jaydipmodhwadia52
Should be in freebies
Seems not, did ask. It's a deal. A Pretty good one too, its a good bit of software.


Understood :D

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