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Create emergency boot volumes and do basic cloning and file recovery with Phoenix


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What is Phoenix?

Phoenix is a tool designed to create operating system images, perform volume copies (clones) from one hard drive volume to another, and if possible recover damaged files from a hard drive. With Phoenix, a user may do the following:

  • Copy/clone an entire volume from one drive to another.

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  • Create an emergency boot volume on either another volume on a hard drive or a USB flash drive by extracting the core operating system from your current drive without the need for media or downloads. This is known as a Phoenix Boot Volume. This isn’t a simple, limited operating system. It’s a full operating system install, similar to that which is installed on a brand new system.

  • Re-install the operating system from a Phoenix Boot Volume to another hard drive.

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  • Convert a by several gigabytes as they generate icon data. Please keep in mind that if you wish to update the OS, the Phoenix Boot Volume will also require additional space for downloaded update files.

    Do not attempt to use Phoenix for bootlegging purposes!! Aside from the fact that bootlegging is illegal, Phoenix preserves a fair amount of low level system and user information when it creates images. Many items such as passwords to online banking accounts, network settings, and system and hardware specific settings will remain intact in all images that Phoenix creates. Attempting to use an image created by Phoenix for illegal distribution will likely produce an image that may not work properly on another system and will likely also contain information that's likely not intended for distribution. Images created by Phoenix should be used only on the system they are created on.

    Using Phoenix

    Using Phoenix is incredibly easy. All the user needs to do is select the source and target volumes from the drop down menus on the user interface, select whether they want to do a volume copy or create a Phoenix Boot Volume, set any recovery options, and click on the Start button. That’s it! This is illustrated in the following image of Phoenix cloning a volume named 'El Capitan' to another volume named 'El Capitan Clone.'

    As shown in the photo above, the option to attempt to recover damaged files is selected. The drive used above is in good condition and when Phoenix finished there were no errors. However, if some bad files had been encountered Phoenix would have made five attempts (set by the options shown above) to try and recover the bad files. If the recovery option succeeds, great - no data was lost! If it fails Phoenix displays the name of the bad file in both it's log file and on the display itself so you'll know which file(s) are bad, and then continues to copy and/or recover all the rest of the data on the drive. All operations with Phoenix are simple, whether you’re creating a clone of your primary hard drive (or any other drive, for that matter) or you’re creating a Phoenix Boot Volume. That’s all there is to it!

    Purchasing Phoenix

    To purchase Phoenix click on the Buy Phoenix Now button below. Phoenix can be purchased as a standalone product or bundled with Scannerz with FSE-Lite or FSE.
    Note: Phoenix is also included in the fully featured versions of Scannerz.

    $13.95 For the Phoenix Standalone package

    $39.95 For Scannerz with Phoenix, Performance Probe 2, and FSE-Lite for Mac OS X

    $49.95 For a Scannerz with Phoenix, Performance Probe 2, and FSE for Mac OS X combined
    bundle (save $9.95)

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