Redo Backup and Recovery: Backup and Recover Windows System Without Booting

If you are a regular visitor on my blog, you must have read the various articles that I have written about recovery. Most recovery software works with Windows although it might be a drawback sometimes if the system fails to boot. It is also true that there are lots of freeware and paid applications that offer different ways of recovery like bootable CD and USB. Today, I am going to cover one more freeware utility that offers pure booting recovery option. Before going to review the latest Redo Backup and Recovery bootable utility please have a look at some of my popular articles on recovery:

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  4. Repair Windows 7 Problems with Windows 7 System Recovery Discs


Okay, now coming back to the topic, Redo Backup and Recovery is the freeware recovery solution for all types of OS and especially Windows OS. It is the best and easiest way to recover the whole system from the all types of unforeseen disasters. Once you recover your system using this utility, you can restore your entire system in the exact same state it was in when the last snapshot was taken. Redo Backup and Recovery is a live CD, so it does not matter if you use Windows or Linux. You can use the same tool to backup and restore every machine.


Once you boot using the Redo Backup and Recovery bootable CD, you have to choose the Start Redo Backup option. After a short time of processing, Redo will show you the main screen where you need to choose any one option from Backup and Restore.


Once you select the Backup option, choose the drive that you want to backup – you can select any one or choose all the available articles. After drive selection you need to choose the destination of backup. The destination of backup can be a network shared location or any extra portable hard drive that is attached to your system. You can browse the net while working on the backup process to search or download any extra drive in case if you feel some drive is missing.

Another important thing that I would like to share with you is that you can burn this recovery utility on your USB pen drive and make a bootable pen drive which offers similar features as a bootable CD. Creating bootable USB helps you to save money that you would have to spend purchasing the CD. Also, USB can be used for a longer time than CD or DVD.


    • Easy graphical user interface boots from CD in less than a minute
    • No installation needed; runs from a CD-ROM or a USB stick
    • Saves and restores Windows and Linux machines
    • Automatically finds local network shares
    • Access your files even if you can’t log in
    • Recover deleted pictures, documents, and other files
    • Internet access with a full-featured browser to download drivers
    • Live CD download size is only about 200MB

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