Roxio BackOn Track 2007 to 2011

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Hello,

I use a net book. It had Roxio BackOn Track 2007 version. This software has created a new version copy, in 2011. I am now trying to recover those systems, with this new state copy but a serious error occurred

Saying: It´s not possible to start the service, because is disabled or doesn´t have devices associated to it. Even though, it was enable adjusting windows XP Home edition (comes with net book) sp3 32 bits what can I do?


Is there a way to save the state copy (19/01/2010) to another disk and install a new version of the software, and then recover the state copy with the new version?

What extension the file has, what directory this is in? Please, can anybody help me? Thanks.I attach the image of the error. Please help me

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Roxio BackOn Track 2007 to 2011

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I’m not sure if it’s still possible since they are of different versions and the 2007 version is not working properly although it should work because they are the same product and the latter [2011 version] is the newer version.

It should work but to accomplish this, the 2007 version of Roxio BackOnTrack™ should be working first and successfully save the state of the computer without having any errors.

If the program can’t accomplish this then restoring the computer’s state that was created by the older version is not possible. The system should run perfectly well first before it can be possibly done.

You may also try upgrading to Roxio BackOnTrack™ 3 Suite which has new features like Instant Restore [where you can recover your system in seconds after a virus infection, user mistakes, or changes made by rogue web sites], File Backup [preserve important files on to a CD, DVD, or to any disc types supported by your optical drive], and Disaster Recovery [where you can backup your entire hard drive].

You can download Roxio BackOnTrack™ 3 Suite from Roxio — Roxio BackOnTrack™ 3 Suite. This version works with Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista Service Pack 2, and Windows 7 32-bit and 64-bit.

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