The Tech Zone meende een review online te moeten zetten van de errug relaxte Plextor PlexWriter 12/4/32 SCSI cd fikker. De reviewer testte de mogelijkheid om met behulp van het (in de USA) bijgeleverde CDRes-Q, een programma die je harde schijf backupped op 1 of meerdere cd's.
Once you have the system able to boot into the FAT 16 drive with CDRes-Q on it, you may then run the CDRes-Q application from there. You should have a few blank CD's handy now depending on the size of your targeted backup partition or disk. Once you have launched the application you will follow several prompts to create an image from either a partition or a disk, or to verify the disks (target drive and destination drive). Once you verify the media and are ready to create a CD image, select the drive you wish to write from, and the destination drive (the CD-RW) and answer yes to whether to use compression (high), spanning (multiple CD's) and then proceed with the image dump.
It took about twenty minutes to fill the first disk, and all told we needed four CD's to complete this process in about 90 minutes. The disks should be labeled properly and stored in a safe place once you have completed the process. I waited a day and used a test system for a total restore from scratch. I then decided to test the restore process, so I used the boot floppy I created to boot the system up with to initiate this process. You copy the CDRes-Q.exe from the CD to the floppy and run the recovery from there.