AYGHOST is a very simple and effective hard drive imaging/cloning software. Multicasting in sixteen network cards;Create/restore partition image; create/restore disk image; check image; clone from disk to disk.
Version: 2.0AYGHOST is a simple but sufficient cloning software.
License: Free To Try $100.00
Operating System: MS-DOS
With AYGHOST you can create, restore and check images, and you can also backup from disk to disk as well as act multicast systems. The created images include partition images and disk images.
When there is something wrong with the system, you can use the suitable created images to restore it. If your computer has more than one disk, with AYGHOST you can directly backup data from one disk to another disk.
Whatâ€™s more, AYGHOST, by broadcasting way, enables you to clone the whole disk in the local area network. The function of multicast systems enables you to have a choice of sixteen kinds of network cards.
Multicasting: synchronically clone several computers. In the local area network you can synchronically copy all the computers no matter how many computers there are. Time used for copying one computer is the same with that of copying as many as 100 computers. Multicasting in sixteen kinds of network cards.
Create and restore images: store a partition or the whole disk in the server or another partition or disk with the IMG-typed files; when there is something wrong with the system, you can choose the suitable image to restore the system; Backup from disk to disk: the direct copy between the disks in the same computer;
Backup a partition to an image file
Backup an entire drive to an image file
Clone a disk to multiple disks at same time
Create image file locally or to a network share
Create image file with compression or size limits
Restore a partition from an image file
Restore an entire drive from an image file
Restore image files locally or from a network share
Multicast a hard drive across the network to other computers
Check image file integrity
Create or restore hard drive with EAZFIX snapshots