Windows Application – Drive SnapShot | NulledTeam UnderGround

SnapShot Unit | 5.67 Mb

Drive Snapshot creates an exact disk image of your system in one file, including the operating system, installed programs, your data and all security attributes, while Windows is running and you continue to work.

Drive Snapshot allows you to make a backup of your partition or hard drive and you can also create a disk image of your system. If a disaster occurs (a virus, a Trojan or a hard disk), a complete and accurate restoration of your system is possible in just a few minutes. The image file can be mounted as a virtual drive, so you can restore (or use) individual files or directories with Windows Explorer or another program.
These are some of the key features of "Drive Snapshot":
Create disk image backups, while running Windows
There is no restart (to DOS) necessary. Never.
Continue your work while the backup is in progress.
The new Snapshot technology ensures that all data is consistent and reflects the data of the PC at the start of the backup. There are no difficulties with open files. Never.
This allows a very quick and easy way to back up servers and other computers, which must operate 24 hours a day.
Easy use and restoration of individual files or directories
Drive Snapshot creates a virtual drive that contains all the data of its units. You can use, compare or restore these files directly from the disk image file.
This works with any program of your choice, including (of course) Windows Explorer
Complete restoration of a disk in case of disaster.
If a disk is restored to its original state, it will be exactly the same as at the time of backup: byte by byte.
Restoring a system partition will require DOS; Other units can be restored using Windows
Compatible with all Windows file systems (FAT16, FAT32, NTFS)
Compatible with all Windows RAID methods
Very easy and complete command line interface
This makes the automation of regular tasks very easy.
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, 2003 Server, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2016, PE, Windows-X64
3 MB of disk space + space to save the disk images.
32MB RAM if active, 0 MB if it is not active.
You need administrative rights to run Drive Snapshot