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CMS Products BounceBack Professional - disaster averted with new software

CMS Products BounceBack Professional - disaster averted with new software - CMS Products announce new look software to help your PC or laptop recover from hard drive disaster.

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The ABSplus with BounceBack 7.1
CMS Products BounceBack Professional - disaster averted with new software
Press release:
CMS Products, Inc., manufacturer of the award-winning BounceBack Professional client backup and disaster recovery software, today announced the release of its new look ABSplus featuring BounceBack Professional 7.1 software for PC and Macintosh laptops which use SATA system drives.

Brian Blanchard, Sales Manager, CMS Products Ltd commented; "The speed and ease of recovering your PC after a system disk problem is very important to anyone who uses a Notebook PC. Notebook PC vendors have upgraded their PCs to include a SATA system drive, so CMS has responded by introducing a range of USB2 interfaced ABSplus solutions which employ SATA hard drives. The fastest recovery can be achieved by replacing the system drive with the hard drive from the ABSplus and switching on the PC."

Protecting your computer is as simple as installing BounceBack and performing the first full Backup.  Subsequent backups are automatic ­ just plug in the backup hardware and BounceBack Professional launches.

New features
  • Professional backup and disaster recovery solution
  • Extremely easy-to-use
  • SATA hard drive with a USB 2.0 interface
  • Creates a bootable copy of your computer¹s hard drive, including hidden maintenance partitions
  • Tough and durable
  • Three-year warranty

Compatibility

Supports Windows 2000/XP & Macintosh OS 10.4. Support for Vista soon

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MeanGreeny 9 3.7k England
13 Mar 2007 11:55AM
Wonder how big the hard drive is ?

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