htm wrote: »
I need to back up a Win10 NTFS non-boot drive that has about 1.8TB of data. I am a Mac nerd by trade, and on macOS I'd use a utility to clone the drive to a .dmg image, which would not only capture it exactly as is, it'd also generate a checksum that would ensure future copies remained valid.
Is there some Windows equivalent of imaging a drive like that? Ideally, I'd like the whole volume captured as-is to one file, with checksumming to insure that the copy is correct.
Toru Iwatani wrote:
Pac Man's character is difficult to explain even to the Japanese -- he is an innocent character. He hasn't been educated to discern between good and evil. He acts more like a small child than a grown-up person. Think of him as a child learning in the course of his daily activities. If someone tells him guns are evil, he would be the type to rush out and eat guns. But he would most probably eat any gun, even the pistols of policemen who need them.
august wrote: »
Do you guys have a favorite file manager? I was tired of not being able to queue copies in regular File Explorer so I've been farting around with Teracopy and Multi Commander. Multi Commander does what I want but some things about the ui irk me.
Jokerman wrote: »
If sigs were still a thing this would be mine.
BronzeKoopa wrote: »
Is using Windows 10's built-in "Reset this PC" under the Recovery options good enough when recycling/donating old PCs?
Have an old asus windows tablet having battery charging issues. Ended up breaking one of the volume buttons when opening it up to reset the battery so now I want to recycle it.
Want to be sure the tablet's drive is securely wiped before letting it go.
Bobble wrote: »
Hey, folks, I'm flailing around for some help on this minor annoyance that's driving me nuts. Two of my windows keyboard shortcuts have stopped working on my work pc (windows 10).
Windows key (WK) +shift+left (or right) arrow. Moving the active window to another monitor. Totally stopped working.