Backing up data is one of the most important things users can do to safeguard data. In modern society, computers are widely used to store data for various activities, inevitably, ghosting and backing up computer becomes a wise action to ensure that you never lose important data when the hard disk crashes, for you never know when disaster occurs.
Fortunately, it is not complicated to ghost and backup a computer with a certain tool, for example PartitionGuru; to ghost a computer you can refer to the article How To Ghost a Computer covering detailed steps, which saves you a lot of time and trouble.
Since the tool you used to back up computer supports incremental backup, you can restore your backup to any of those time points, which brings lots of convenience.
Restoring computer from the former backup is fairly simple. The following part shows the detailed operating steps:
Launch PartitionGuru and get its main interface. Then click menu items "Tools" and "Restore Partition From Image File" respectively, as shown below:
Click the button "Select Image File" to select the backup file and click the button "Target Partition" to select the partition you want to restore; there might be several time points, and a time point should be selected before you click the button "Start".
If the partition you are restoring is system partition, after you click the "Start" button, PartitionGuru will run its DOS version to finish restoring the restoring process, as follows: