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    Quote Originally Posted by IanB View Post
    Looks like the image is 350GB, as I said it's pretty quick to the USB drive 2 hours or so, I'd have expected the NAS on a 100Mb connection to be about 4x as long but it was only partially completed at two days and since I do a weekly backup...
    Interesting, I'm looking at similar size.
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    Damned double post

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    Quote Originally Posted by Major Clanger View Post
    Nope, local drive only. Need to save image to 2TB NAS.
    Well sorry about that. I have Win7 x64 Ultimate and have my backup scheduled to a 3TB NAS via the method I outlined. I assumed that all Win7 types would do the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by braun View Post
    Well sorry about that. I have Win7 x64 Ultimate and have my backup scheduled to a 3TB NAS via the method I outlined. I assumed that all Win7 types would do the same.
    I thought so too at first.
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    Hello! I agree with the previous comments.

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    Hi! I can recommend an article with some excellent driver updates for your system https://thinkmobiles.com/blog/best-free-driver-updater/. I always try to use a couple of free tools for updating drivers. Snappy Driver Installer is an impressive freeware tool for updating multiple drivers at a go. The software detects devices that are in critical conditions in terms of outdated, broken or missing drivers. It then downloads the essential files needed for updates and gives the user access to set up the updates.Can install drivers online as well as offline. Does not need installation as it can be used in an external hard drive.Displays system information. Filter feature to help the user find the best matching drivers to install.Downloads in driver packs..
    Compatible with Windows XP and above. Good luck!

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