Keriver 1 Click Backup and Restore Solution for FREE


Keriver 1 Click Backup and Restore Solution for FREE

Keriver 1-Click Restore Free 3.0 is a very easy OS backup and restore software. Absolutely free!

It can backup the operating system while you are using it and restore to any of the snapshots. The system partition can be restored even it is fully formatted.

This program has the following features:

1. Back up the operating system while you are using it.

2. It can makes incremental or differential backups after the initial full backup (i.e. only back up the changes which occurred since the last backup or the last full backup.)

3. Multiple snapshots: you can choose whichever snapshot to revert your system to.

4. Even system partition is fully formatted, it still can be reverted.

5. The backup drive can be hard disk, removable hard disk and USB flash drive as well.

6. It does not deteriorate PC system performance.

7. Ability to create a new baseline snapshot.

8. Ability for the user to assign a snapshot name when creating a new snapshot.

9. Ability to create backups in recovery console.

10. Supports Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 32bit & 64-bit



  1. Brian would you burn the ISO incase the hard drive had totally crashed and you had to install a new drive into your computer or would the Grub4Dos screen appear if your external Usb hard drive was plugged into the computer.

    Could you go more into detail on how to get a system back up and running when a hard drive had CRASHED.


  2. Great utility for sure.

    BTW. There is a spelling error on the program interface @6:06 the button should be Advanced not "Advance"

  3. Not solved but circumvented anyway – installed with the automatic console option unticked then created a boot-up CD. Nice programme 🙂

  4. Not sure what I did wrong, but after installing and getting Keriver to make an image on a separate partition on an internal drive (I have 2 internal drives), it rebooted into a linux message saying it was trying to get an .lst file (cannot recall the name) but evidently it couldn't find the file and so it couldn't start the boot sequence. I could have run fixmbr using my Win7 installation disk, but I took the opportunity to test my Paragon backup instead. Any idea what went wrong with Keriver?

  5. Is this basically an external version of system restore? I saw your hard drive took up about 10gb of space but the backup was only like 3gb.

  6. Thanks Brian 🙂

    Looks similar to the recovery partition idea supplied on some laptops.

    Could be really handy to take a compleate backup on a brand new system for future reversals when windys goes tits up :-), and it will, its windows lol 🙂

    I still like imagers like trueimage bootcd's to make an image on an external hdd, im just a stick in the mud :~)

  7. Can you please make a video about the "Windows Defender – Downgrader" ?


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