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Incremental Backup which also is imageable

I bought and used Norton Ghost on Windows XP. I loved that program, it had the exact functionality I wanted. Since I upgraded to Windows 7, I can no longer use it because it doesn't work on 7. Do not want to buy NG again just because of that. Is there a good, free as in beer alternative?

I am only interested in backing up the whole drive (first drive, C), not so much in backing up individual files and folders. Backing up the whole drive is faster and I have plenty of external space. Backups should be incremental of course. Any recommendations?

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marked as duplicate by nhinkle, studiohack Apr 8 '11 at 22:26

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Questions like this have been asked so many times that it's starting to get ridiculous. Use the built-in Windows Image Backup. It's right there under Backup and Restore in the control panel. – nhinkle Apr 8 '11 at 22:11

I like G4L (Ghost 4 Linux). It is free, very similar to Norton Ghost, and is included on Hirens Boot CD (which is now completely legit). Works great with Windows 7.

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