I understand your advice, but if I use 2.74 and the image and byte for byte validation complete successfully, can I rely on that image to do a restore?
TeraByte Support wrote:
> recommend using V3 -
> but at least use 2.99
> "jack450" wrote in message news:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> I've been using IFL 2.74 since that version came out for my Laptop running
> Windows 7 and my desktop running Windows Vista. I never upgraded to later
> versions because all they seemed to do was add additional features that I
> didn't need, and 2.74 worked perfectly for my purposes.
> I'm now replacing my laptop with a Dell XPS with Windows 10 and an SSD
> Drive. Since all I want to do is take an image of the SSD drive and save
> to an external drive for later restoration to the SSD drive in case the
> arises, can I still use the IFL 2.74 or will I need to upgrade to a later
> version? If a later version is required, which one is recommended? Any
> other information I need to be aware of to image an SSD drive running
> Windows 10?
> Jack Greenberg