joe95 23:55 11 Jan 2005

Can anyone point me to a UK site to buy this software on disc can only find d/load sites and I'm on payg.

  GaT7 00:01 12 Jan 2005

Hi Joe, click here - Acronis True Image 8.0 is 3rd in the list at £35. Have you considered using a download manager to get it? Or would that not be possible or more expensive? G

  GaT7 00:05 12 Jan 2005

Sorry, just noticed you're on PAYG. Don't know what's wrong with me today! G

  SANTOS7 00:07 12 Jan 2005
  iarno 00:07 12 Jan 2005

try here,

click here


  joe95 00:08 12 Jan 2005

Hi Crossbow happy new year.
I have a d/load manager but just assumed it would be a long job, it's quite expensive at £35.and it wouldn't be any cheaper to d/load.

  Jeffers22 00:11 12 Jan 2005

Got a friend with Broadband?

  joe95 00:15 12 Jan 2005

no I haven't worse luck.

  TomJerry 00:25 12 Jan 2005

download their demo version and register your email address and they very often send out special offers, I got special offer before Xmas for $29.99

  GaT7 00:57 12 Jan 2005

TomJerry suggestion looks good! US$30 is around £15-17.

A friend with unmetered dialup (& download manager) should be able to download it in about 1.5 hours I would imagine.

Found another at £29 (but P+P is £5, so not much difference!) click here.

There's one going on Ebay at the moment click here.

And a Happy New Year to you as well : ) G

  Wak 09:54 12 Jan 2005

If you are just using Acronis to copy your system from one hard drive to another as back-up why not download and use the FREE XXCOPY for Win 98SE / ME or XXCLONE for Win XP.
Try click here
I've used XXCOPY for three years now with no problems.

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