OK, Dave, the search worked today. Yes, I thought backup programs were a secondary product for Roxio. I have used BackUp My PC for years, and I think it changed ownership three times since I started using it. I still have BUMP 7, which came on my HP Pocket Media Drive, and it is a pretty good file backup program. HP now uses HP SureStore backup on their Pocket Media Drives, and of course, it is a file backup program.
One of my reasons for wanting a good image backup program is that my Vista OS on PC1 has become corrupted. Unfortunately the HP Recovery package does not have the capability of just doing a refresh of the operating system, without destroying the installed programs and user data. So my plan is to rebuild my volume C: on PC2, (using a fresh copy of the OS), install my programs on it, migrate the user data from PC1 to it, back it up and restore it to PC1. That is the only way I see to do this. Perhaps you may have some suggestions or words of wisdom?
Well, how about that? I just had a gut feel that you were an IBMer. I went to Poughkeepsie in 1965 and worked in System Test on the 360/50 system. I was there for 18 months, then went to Endicott, for a month, to get my Basic Training. We lived in a 36 ft. trailer, in Melvin Whistle's trailer court, up in the Nanticoke "Nannie Goat" Valley. So, yes, I am a bit familiar with the area. What did you do at IBM?