Friday, February 29, 2008

WinRescue XP 1.08.41

Windows XP Won't Start?
Run WinRescue in Safe Mode, run the DOS version of WinRescue in another operating system (like, DOS or another Windows), or use the WinRescue bootup diskette to restore the Registry from outside of Windows.
Did a Program Mess up Windows?
WinRescue makes snapshots of Windows. If you install a program that messes up Windows, just use the Crash Fixer to restore Windows to the way it was before.

FIVEfold Protection
WinRescue has five ways to restore:
to WinXP Restore Points,
to Spare Registry,
to WinRescue Backups,
from Diskette, CD, or Removable Drive,
or to the Original Registry.
Please note that the registry may only be backed up and restored by the Administrator.

RegPack the Registry
Removes the mush and rebuilds the Registry decreasing the size of the Registry and allowing Windows to run more effieciently.

Windows Troubleshooters
Troubleshooters can help you track down problems in Windows. The following troubleshooters can be run from the Help tab of WinRescue.
Drives and Network Adapters,
Games and Multimedia,
Home Networking,
Input Devices,
Internet Connection Sharing,
Internet Explorer,
Safe Mode,
Sharing (Files and Printers),
Startup and Shutdown,
System Setup,
USB, and
Video Display.

Start Protecting your Data with WinRescue Now
Now is the time to start backing up your data. You never know when something will happen that could wipe everything out. Be ready with WinRescue. WinRescue can be set up to run automatically. It can run minimized so that you can go on with your business.
It is a good idea to back up to another drive. WinRescue will back up to harddrive, diskette, CD, DVD, DDCD, Zip Drive, Network Drive, and any device that can be copied to in Windows Explorer.

Backup and Restore Wizards
Wizards provide step-by-step instructions through the backup and restore process.

Open ZIP Files
The Extractor in WinRescue will open zip files and extract files from them.

An Uninstaller
Run Backup before installing an application (especially if you are only trying it out). Then if it messes up your computer or you uninstall it soon afterwards, run WinRescue's Crash Fixer to return your operating system back to the way it was before the application was installed (this will remove the hidden entries that applications often leave in the registry).

Quick Transfer of Files between Computers
With the Backup Properties set on No Compression and Replace, WinRescue will transfer selected folders and files from one computer to another computer on a network (this works good to keep your laptop in sync with your desktop and vice versa).

Five Backup Types

Full Backup backs up all of the specified files.
Incremental Backup only backs up files that have changed since the last Full or Incremental backup. Backed up files will not be backed up again until they change.
Differential Backup only backs up files that have changed since the last Full or Incremental backup. Backed up files will be backed up again on the next Backup.
Replace opens up the Backup File and replaces any of the specified files that are different.
Full (Archive not reset) Backup backs up all of the specified files, but does not reset the Archive attribute (this is for programs like Quicken which do not like the attributes of their files changed).

Specify Four Different Configs
Use WinRescue's default or create up to four different setups (configs) that decide what happens during Backup. For example, one config could back up the registry to the hard drive, a second config could back up recently changed files to the Zip drive, and a third config could backup other files to a network drive.

Back up Any Files, Directories, or Types of Files that you Want
Selecting files to back up is as easy as clicking a checkbox from the Explorer-type list. Wildcards can be used to specify types of files to back up, such as, *.txt for all text files.

Boot Disk
Creates a special bootup diskette for when you cannot get to the first menu of WinNT. Just insert the bootup diskette and restart the computer. The menu will be displayed that lets you choose operating systems, like, DOS, Win95, or WinXP.

Change Target Directory for Backups
Decide where a Backup Set will be placed. Back up to hard drive, diskette, Zip Drive, Network Drive, CD, DDCD, or DVD.

Number of Backups
WinRescue keeps track of how many backups it has made and automatically deletes excess backups. Choose to allow 1 to 10,000 backups.

Use WinRescue's Defaults.
If you don't know which files to back up, use WinRescue's default selections. The following items are available by default.

Registry Files
Initiation Files
Print Hood
Start Menu
Application Data
Net Hood
Send To
IE Cache
Control Panel
Nine Important Files

Automatic Features
At specified intervals (daily, weekly, bimonthly, monthly, or never) WinRescue XP will automatically perform the following operations:
Start WinRescue and Wait
Back up 1st. Config
Back up 2nd. Config
Back up 3rd. Config
Back up 4th. Config

Run any of the above functions at certain times using the Task Scheduler.

Backup Manager
The Backup Manager tells where Backup Sets are located and easily deletes, renames, and adds them.

Verifies Backups
If you choose, after a backup is made WinRescue will go back and checks the integrity of the backup to make sure that it is good.

DOS Version
WinRescue XP comes with a DOS version, just in case you cannot get into WindowsXP. The DOS version will restore WindowsXP outside of WindowsXP from the spare registry, WinRescue backups, or the repair registry. The DOS version will not work when WinXP is installed on a NTFS partition.

Compress Backup Files
Choose the Compression Ratio of Backups. Choose from:
Do Not Compress
Low/Fast Compression
Medium Compression
High/Slow Compression
Higher/Slower Compression
Highest/Slowest Compression

Use the Extractor to restore individual files
The Extractor opens WinRescue backup files, displays the enclosed files, and allows the user to choose which files to restore. Restore to original location, temporary directory, or to specified location.

PKZip Backups
Backup Sets that are compressed are PKZip compatible. So if you don't want to use WinRescue XP to restore you can use WinZip or pkunzip.exe.

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